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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Bojana Videkanic guest-curates an exhibition at Doris McCarthy Gallery

Lori Blondeau, Pakwâci Wâpisk, 2017

This exhibition Unsettling seeks to unsettle its site––the Doris McCarthy Gallery, the campus of U of T Scarborough, and the suburb of Scarborough itself.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Fine Arts Graduate students participate in Plus Art Fair

Plus Art Fair logo

PLUS Art Fair is the first art fair of its kind that showcases the work of Master's of Fine Arts (MFA) current candidates and alumni artists from across Canada. Their mission is to present the public, and those in the arts and culture profession, with the next generation of artists that will inhabit Canada’s galleries and who will guide generations to come.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Students assist with an exhibition at Guild Park in Scarborough

(Un)settled poster for exhibit and Guild Park, Scarborough

(Un)settled is a site-specific exhibition and residency that sets out to investigate and unsettle the history of the Guild Park and Gardens, formerly the Guild of all Arts, in Scarborough.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Fine Arts alumna Amara Pope researches Drake for her PhD thesis.

Photo of Amara Pope

Fine Arts alumna Amara Pope (BA 2015 majoring in English and Fine Arts with a digital media specialization) is currently pursuing her PhD at Western University focusing on Drake and his successful use of self-branding different identities to connect to different communities.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The Wild And The Tamed exhibit at the Dana Porter Library

Artwork by Carolyn Diemert titled Bruce County.  linocut, 2016

Special Collections & Archives launches the second Fine Arts exhibit: The Wild And The Tamed. 

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The New Feminists exhibit at the Dana Porter Library

Artwork by Olivia Carvalho titled Mining the Archives of Alice Riggs Hunt (sashes and posters)

Special Collections & Archives launches a new exhibit: The New Feminists. 

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Tara Cooper's exhibition "God Love Brigus II"

Detail of installation of God Loves Brigus exhibition

In the summer of 2014, Tara Cooper participated in a residency at Landfall Trust in Brigus, Newfoundland. During her stay, she researched the history of the area and took note of the weather.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Congratulations to Amanda Rhodenizer (MFA 2014) for recieving a Greenshields grant.

Artwork by Amanda Rhodenizer

Fine Arts Alumna Amanda Rhodenizer has been awarded a $15,000 grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation.  The Foundation provides grants to emerging artists, working in a representational style, from all around the world.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Tara Cooper’s book Printopolis launches on November 25

Printopolis logo

Fine Arts faculty member Tara Cooper along with Jenn Law have co-edited Printopolis, a book focused on the current state of printmaking practice and collecting in Toronto and beyond.  It was inspired by the 2010 print symposium hosted by Open Studio and includes essays reflecting on Open Studio’s more than 45 year history, as well as artist pages specifically designed for the publication.

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