Kristi Steinmetz’s students in Multidimensional Storytelling and the Art of Seeing are spending time with art this week, both in the halls of the New School and at the High Line (where Olga Breydo’s Architectural Narratives students went earlier this term). They’re also watching Beyoncé’s Lemonade (which Hinton Als put in the context of several other artists when it was released). (What’s more, Zadie Smith has a marvelous essay—”Dance Lessons for Writers”— on Beyoncé and other mesmerizing performers in The Guardian this week.) All the while Kristi’s students are taking notes and, as Kristi explained to them in the course prompt, trusting their “aesthetic and instinct” to lead them. I’d be very pleased to have some commentary about these visits below.