Daniel Recchia awarded $2,500 for 3D projection mapping design.
Audiences were in for a glowing treat at this year’s Christie Design Awards, a competition offering third-year Global Business and Digital Arts students access to industry mentorship and leading-edge technology in interactive display.
Thursday evening saw the launch of THEMUSEUM’s newest exhibit, INTERACTION. Co-currated by Jane Tingley, Assistant Professor in Hybrid Media at the Stratford Campus, the exhibit presents the work of fourteen Canadian artists and artist groups who design for public participation as a central strategy.
The University of Waterloo Stratford Campus warmly welcomed over 200 students on Thursday, with an afternoon of one-of-a-kind planned orientation activities that were generously supported by the businesses of Downtown Stratford.
Global Business and Digital Arts graduate, Ashna Mankotia delivered a valedictory address as part of the University of Waterloo’s 114th convocation last week. The GBDA class of 2017 was the second cohort from the Stratford-based program to graduate and among the 4818 undergraduate degrees awarded university wide.