Ethnography: Fieldwork and Representations Ethnographies are representations of cultural communities, forms, and processes. Ethnographies are traditionally speaking written texts, but they can also exist in other forms of visual media and documentation – such as art, video, photography, music, and performance. One of OSEA’ goals are to explore multiple media as tools to both trigger or elicit information and experiences as well as to document the pedagogical and investigative experiments; in short, we sought to expand the modes of documenting the ethnographic processes of fieldwork, but by acknowledging that our use of these tools as triggers also made them a part of the subject of our study. Thus, in the course of the ethnographic training program we are continually documenting our activities in writing, video, and photography as well. We periodically mount exhibits and ethnographic installations that stage our research and pedagogical activities and products to stimulate a broader engagement with the community. These ethnographic performances installations, and exhibits, are in themselves fieldwork encounters and ethnographies in an expanded sense of the term “ethnography”.