This is a three-part lesson curriculum on Double Album: Guzmán/Shearer, an exhibition bringing together two artists: Daniel Guzmán, born in 1964 in Mexico City, and Steven Shearer, born in 1968 in Port Coquitlam, Canada. Though these two artists are geographically distant from each other, they are both neighbors of America, referencing American pop culture: rock n’ roll, male slacker identity, and adolescence. Our taste of what we listen to, read, and identify with becomes our personal view of the world. A song, image or souvenir can be like a bookmark, easily bringing us back to memories of our particular taste in time and personal anecdotes associated with it. In this exhibition we see Guzman reference superheroes, Aztec gods, punk rock, and serial killers, turning to themes of disappointment, irony, and death. Steven Shearer is a collector compiling images from the web: arrangements of items for sale on eBay, pop images of child star Leif Garrett, and heavy metal bands. Shearer creates lists and archives as raw materials and sources for new compositions. The first lesson is based on visual analysis, followed by a new language writing assignment, and concludes with a drawing assignment.