Indigenous Artist-in-Residence in Studio Art
School of Fine Art and Music
College of Arts
University of Guelph
Call for Applications
Date Posted: January 2020
NEW Deadline: March 15, 2020
see attached document for more information
Cheers and congratulations to Professor Christina Smylitopoulos who received an UGFA Teaching Award on Thursday last week. Christina's contribution to this school and her reputation as an educator among our students are exceptional - we recognize this - and it is great that UGFA have too!
Victoria Day, Studio Art graduate 2014, is the recipient of the Open Studio Jeannie Thib Mentorship Residency.
Studio Art graduate Lavinia Lindsay is this year's recipient of the Open Studio Don Phillips Scholarship Residency. Open Studio is an artist-run centre in Toronto and the scholarship is presented annually to a recent graduate who has just completed an undergraduate art program with a printmaking major at an accredited Canadian institution.
The University of Guelph’s Gryphon Singers placed second in the National Competition for Canadian Amateur Choirs in the Collegiate Choir division. The Gryphon Singers competed against McGill’s Schulick Singers who won first place, and Western University who placed third.
The competition was open to all amateur choirs across Canada and featured a highly competitive pool of applicants.
To listen to their award-winning performance, click here.
Congratulations to Caroline Mousseau on winning the 2019 Plaskett Award
The Gryphon Singers Choir have been selected as 2019 finalists in the National Competition for Canadian Amateur Choirs (Collegiate Choirs division).
The competition was open coast-to-coast to include all Canadian amateur choirs and showcased a highly competitive pool of applicants.
To listen to the Gryphon Singers Choir submission, click here.
The School of Fine Art and Music and Guelph Arts Council thank the generous support and donation from the RBC Emerging Artists Project to the Guelph Emerging Artist Mentorship Project. The project supports emerging artists in the critical transition from the academic to professional life. In the first three rounds of the project, 27 emerging musicians, visual artists, and cultural managers were paired with Guelph artist mentors.