New Exhibit at the Mennonite Archives of Ontario:
“Growing Family: Design & Desire in Mennonite Genealogy”
Meg Harder is an interdisciplinary artist working and living in the Grand River Watershed. Harder graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the University of Waterloo, which included a six month exchange at Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem. She studied under Paula Wilson at Haystack Mountain school of crafts in 2018. She was the 2015 Eastern Comma Artist in Residence at Rare Charitable Research Reserve and at Vermont Studio Centre in 2018. She has exhibited at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Contemporary Art Forum of Kitchener and Area, and The Museum, Kitchener.
Every year, on Sept. 21, the world celebrates the International Day of Peace. Inspired by this initiative, the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement and Conrad Grebel University College invite you to peace events throughout Sept. 16 to 22, or to plan an event to mark the occasion your way, in your community.
Come back to campus for Alumni Black and Gold Day and share your Waterloo pride with fellow alumni, students, friends and family. Whether you attend one event or make it a full day, you’ll find activities that ignite your Warrior spirit.
Finding Father: Stories from Mennonite Daughters, edited by Mary Ann Loewen. University of Regina Press. Presentations by local contributors Carrie Snyder, Maggie Dyck, Hildi Froese Tiessen, R.A. Plett, Ruth Loewen, Magdalene Redekop, Mary Ann Loewen.
The 2019 Benjamin Eby Lecture will be presented by Mark Vuorinen.
Witnessing Passion: Musical depiction of minor characters in Passion music by Bach, Ešenvalds, MacMillan and Pärt