This honors seminar met on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:10 to 11:30 in the morning. Our class was lecture and presentation based and involved viewing multiple films each class to understand the artistic process through film. Throughout the semester, we learned about the the various techniques used in abstract video art and how they are presented and received in society. I chose to take part in this experience because it relates to my major and would help me explore filmmaking in a whole new way. The course exceeded my expectations and helped me understand the more abstract side of filmmaking. I was able to work with my classmates to learn certain fundamentals, and then had freedom to explore my own creativity. This seminar was important to me because it expanded my view of what filmmaking is and helped me access more of my creativity. Creating our own videos and multimedia projects kept the class interactive. Each assignment built on principles we learned in class and helped us to grasp a better understanding of them. These assignments got me thinking more creatively regarding filmmaking and videography and how I can express myself through film.