In 2007 I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. Having focused primarily on cultural anthropology I was unsure what I wanted to do next. Spending the next year exploring many options including a possible path into teaching I settled upon pursuing a Masters degree in Arts Management. In the fall of 2011 I completed my Masters thesis A Voice in the Silence: Constructing Identity Through the Visual Arts. An additional paper written by myself and 2 of my cohorts, Identity, Migration and the Arts: Three Case Studies of Translocal Communities, was published in Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society in the Summer of 2011. I am now living the life of many recent graduates, unsure of where the next turn will take us, searching for the next big adventure in my career.