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The latest animated film by Fine Arts Alum Chris Williams (BA '90) has been nominated for an Academy award in the Best Animated Feature category. The Netflix feature “The Sea Beast” is the story of legendary sea monster hunter whose life is turned upside down when a young girl stows away on his ship and befriends the most dangerous beast of them all.

Zana Kozomora (BA 2015) is part of the exhibition The Tourist / Stained, which is a result of Centre[3]’s Emerging Artist Residency program. Zana Kozomora and Olga Klosowski Schellenberg’s practices explore notions of home, nationhood, and nostalgia through found objects and re-appropriated media forms.

Musagetes and rare Charitable Research Reserve are pleased to announce Meg Harder as the 2016 Eastern Comma Artist in Residence. Harder was born in St. Catharines, Ontario and completed her BA in Fine Art and Psychology at the University of Waterloo in April 2013, a process that included 6 months at the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem.

Rick Nixon, Fine Arts alumni (MFA 2006) and department Studio Technician, has been chosen as the City of Waterloo’s first Artist in Residence.  The 2015 Artist in Residence Program will be hosted at Albert McCormick Community Centre, 500 Parkside Drive.  Rick will be leading a series of free, hands-on workshops at the Community Centre from the end of June to September.