Ashley Guenette's (MFA '22) solo exhibition Put a finger down if you have been personally victimized by social media algorithms, is currently open at the Kennedy Gallery, North Bay. The exhibition runs from November 18, 2022 to January 20, 2023
Congratulation to Sarah Kernohan (MFA '15) and Sheila McMath (MFA '01) for being among the recipients of the 2022 Arts Awards Waterloo Region. Arts Awards Waterloo Region is a non-profit arts organization that recognizes, honours and celebrates the arts sector in the Region of Waterloo.
This year’s Lumen Festival in Uptown Waterloo happens Saturday September 24th, 6-11 pm and includes the work of several University of Waterloo Fine Arts Alumi.
Fine Arts Alumna Soheila Esfahani (BA 2003), along with artists Jude Abu Zaineh and Xiaojing Yan, are exhibiting in The Art of Living: On Immigration, Community and the Migration of Symbols curated by Catherine Bédard at the Canadian Cultural Centre in Paris.
The latest animated film by Fine Arts Alumnus Chris Williams (BA '90) will premiere on Netflix on July 8. “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.
Congratulations to Robert Steven (Fine Arts BA ’98) who has been appointed the new executive director of the Portrait Gallery of Canada, effective May 2, 2022.
The Department of Fine Arts proudly presents epilogue., the 48th Annual Senior Undergraduate Exhibition featuring artwork by fourth year honours studio students completing the Fine Arts undergraduate degree program at the University of Waterloo.
Mélika Hashemi (BA 2017) is part of a group exhbition at La Centrale galerie Powerhouse in Montreal. Dot by dot like a baby gazelle runs from March 3 to April 7, 2022 and presents the work of Mélika Hashemi, Shirin Fahimi with Morehshin Allahyari, Iman Lahroussi and Nazlie Najafi as curated by Mitra Fakhrashrafi.
Ignition 10: Hamilton Artists Inc.’s Award for Distinction in the McMaster and Waterloo Visual Art Programs
"When I remember Tony, the first thing I recall is seeing his past few days' drawings surging over his kitchen cork-boards. He had a totally engaged and insightful enthusiasm for all the details of making and experiencing art. As a teacher, he never taught from on high, as a lesser person might have done.