The Art Gallery of Windsor's exhibition Downtown/s – Urban Renewals Today for Tomorrow: The 2017 Windsor-Essex Triennial of Contemporary Art, explores the changing cultural landscape of post-industrial urbanism in cities like Windsor, Hamilton and Detroit.
Included in this exhibiton is work by Fine Arts faculty member Jessica Thompson and Fine Arts Alumna Soheila K. Esfahani (BA 2003).
Faculty member Tara Cooper will giving a short presentation about S.A.I.L (Student Art Innovation Lab) as part of the Amplify Culture Summit on October 18.
S.A.I.L. a summer arts outreach program, runs out of an Airstream trailer owned by the Fine Arts Department and is staffed by students from the University of Waterloo. This past summer marked the inaugural kick-off.
Fine Arts alumna Amara Pope (BA 2015) will be a speaker at TEDxKitchenerED on September 28, 2017 at Centre in the Square in Kitchener, Ontario. (Amara is the second speaker in the 7:10pm to 8:30pm EST time slot.)
Juried from an international open call by John Caperton, the Jensen Bryan Curator of The Print Center, the works on view in Living Image demonstrate the breadth, depth, and delight of contemporary analog photography. Showcasing an array of traditional and alternative photographic methods, Living Image brings together artists from the region, across the county, and beyond.
Fine Arts Alumni Denise St Marie and Timothy Walker (MFA 2017) have their work in a show at Malaspina Printmakers in Vancouver. The exhibition, It’s not what you see—it’s how you see it, opened September 7, 2017.