Deanna Bowen is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice includes films, video installations, performances, drawing, sculpture and photography.
Through interactive exercises, this three hour workshop will provide men with the tools to become better versions of themselves.
The exhibition The Closer Together Things Are, currently in the University of Waterloo Art Gallery (UWAG), is co-curated by Shannon Anderson and Jay Wilson and featuring the work of artists Kathleen Hearn, Laura Letinsky, Ève K. Tremblay, Micah Lexier, Dave Dyment, Luke Painter, Rhonda Weppler/Trevor Mahovsky, Chris Kline, and Roula Partheniou.
As we recognize 150 years of Confederation, this lecture series explores Canada's past, present, and future. These are free public lectures brought to you by the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University, in partnership with Waterloo Public Library and the City of Waterloo.
Come join us for our second panel discussion as part of the Science & Technology in Society Panel Discussion series focused on Ethics in Science, and Science in Ethics.
Join the Classical Studies department for the launch of Themes in Greek Society and Culture, a book by UWaterloo's very own Professor Christina Vester and Brock University's Allison Glazebrook.
Come check out the artworks by this year's MFA cohort. MFA Open Studio is a unique opportunity to meet the artists in a casual setting. We’ll also have Fine Arts' Airstream out with a site-specific installation by Jordyn Stewart.
The Stratford Public Library and the University of Waterloo, Stratford Campus, will welcome Gwynne Dyer, author, historian and independent journalist, to the Stratford Campus for a free community lecture.
The Department of History presents a one-day symposium to honour the scholarship of James Walker, as well as show the ways in which his teaching and his research has influenced the field of historical studies.
Join the Women's Studies program for the first of their new series "Tea and Talk." Karen Stote, professor of Women's and Gender Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University, will talk about her new book An Act of Genocide: Colonialism and the Sterilization of Indigenous Women in Canada.