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Friday, May 31, 2019

Catalogue available for Unsettling, an exhibition curated by Bojana Videkanic

Unsettling catalogue cover image

Fine Arts faculty member Bojana Videkanic curated the exhibition Unsettling  at the Doris McCarthy Gallery (University of Toronto) in 2017. The catalogue of the exhibition in now available

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery curatorial internship

Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery logo

The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery is offering a paid internship for a student in curatorial practice.

This internship is part of the Summer Experience Program supported by a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Meg Harder (BA 2013) exhibits at the Grebel Gallery.

Meg Harder exhibition titled New Fraktur

Fine Arts Alumna Meg Harder's exhibition, New Fraktur, can be seen at the Grebel Gallery May 6 to October 25, 2019. 

Monday, April 29, 2019

Congratulations to Eryn O'Neill (MFA 2018) for recieving a Greenshields grant.

Eryn O'Neill in front of her painting Restrictions to Routine

Fine Arts Alumna Eryn O'Neill has been awarded a 2019 grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation to support her in her studio practice.  The Foundation provides grants to emerging artists from all around the world who are working in a representational style.  

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Computational Digital Art capstone exhibition

In(query) exhibition poster

in(query) – FINE/CS 383 Computational Digital Art Capstone Exhibition, where you will see interactive and digital works of art created by students

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

techNEAT exhibition April 3 and 4

techNEAT exhibition poster

FINE 392 / GENE 499 / INTEG 375 final exhibition techNEAT. See how Engineering, Fine Art and Knowledge Integration students collaborate on works that combine art and technology in interdisciplinary ways.

Friday, March 29, 2019

Summer camp instructors for Mindful Makers

Mindful makers logo

Mindful Makers is taking applications for instructors for their summer camp programs. There is a rolling deadline until April 5.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Natalie Hunter receives teaching award

Natalie Hunter with her artwork

Congratulations to Natalie Hunter (MFA 2013) for receiving the 2018 Excellence in Online Teaching Award from the Centre for Extended Learning (CEL).

This award recognizes course instructors who exemplify a high standard of teaching in one or more of Waterloo's fully-online courses. 

Monday, March 4, 2019

tree of life - Lois Andison's installation at the BMO Project Room, Toronto

Lois Andison, tree of life, 2019

"In a darkened space, five tall white rectangular boxes float on the wall—modest counterparts to the marble-clad columns in the building’s lobby. A word that traces the stages of a human life is lit up near the top of each unit: beginning, becoming, believing, belonging, bequeathing. Glowing bands of light illuminate the words from behind.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Nancy-Lou Patterson papers published in two new volumes

Nancy-Lou Patterson reviews and Detecting Wimsey

Valleyhome Books has published two new volumes of papers by Distinguished Professor Emerita Nancy-Lou Patterson on the subject of detective fiction and science fiction and fantasy. The volumes are part of a series co-edited by Emily E. Auger and Janet Brennan Croft.

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