In her interview Writing Performances, Razan Samara converses with University of Waterloo Fine Arts student Jana Omar Elkhatib over several months discussing a series of recent performative works that Jana developed during her residency at Hamilton Artists Inc.
SARAH KERNOHAN: Collections. Deposits. Processing. Making.
As part of Inter Arts Matrix's X-Camera Speaker Series, Fine Arts Alumna Sarah Kernohan will speak about her approach to the landscape, based on memory and the recall of natural imagery. The talk is on Friday December 6, 2019 at noon (doors open at 11:30) at Fresh Ground, 256 King St. E., Kitchener, Ontario.
As part of Inter Arts Matrix's X-Camera Speaker Series, Fine Arts Alumna Melissa Doherty will speak about her painting and how she plays with the perceptions of both landscape and landscape painting. The talk is on Friday November 15, 2019 at noon (doors open at 11:30) at Fresh Ground, 256 King St. E., Kitchener, Ontario.
The work of Fine Arts Alumna Sarah Clarke (BA 2011) will be featured in two local shows this year. Sarah is represented by the Paula White Diamond Gallery and will be part of their upcoming show, “Square Foot and Big Ideas,” at the Bauer Lofts in Waterloo, Nov. 21 to Dec.
Bojana Videkanic has been invited to present a masterclass at BEAST International Film Festival in Porto, Portugal. The class is related to her upcoming book on nonaligned modernism as it arose from the politics of the emerging Non-Aligned Movement.
Congratulation to Fine Arts Professor Jessica Thompson whose work has been recognized with an Early Researcher Award from the provincial government. The program gives funding of $140,000 to new researchers to build a research team. Jessica is one of fifteen University of Waterloo researchers to receive provincial grants to advance the Ontario's knowledge-based economy.