Congratulations to Peter Flannery for the publication of his essay, "Curatorial Liberties: Cinema and Augmented Reality in Betwixt and Between: An Untold Tom Thomson Story" in the latest issue of CMA (The Comparative Media Arts) Journal. Well done, Peter!
Congratulations to Alexandra Hartstone for the publication of her essay, "Framing Narratives and the Curatorial through Other Media: the 2018 São Paulo Biennial" in the latest issue of CMA (The Comparative Media Arts) Journal. Well done, Alexandra!
Her Majesty The Queen presented the Queen Sonja Print Award 2018 to the Canadian artist Emma Nishimura.
Emma is a printmaking instructor in the School of Fine Art and Music.
Congratulations to Ambera Wellmann (MFA 2016) for winning the 19th annual RBC Canadian Painting Competition.
University of Guelph graduate Heather Thomson was recently awarded the Don Phillips Scholarship from Open Studio in Toronto. "This is a national competition and it is the first time over the last 20 years+ that I can remember a Guelph student being awarded scholarship", commented Allen Ash.
More information about Heather can be found on the Open Studio website http://openstudio.ca/2017-18-open-studio-residency-recipients/
Recently graduated or fourth-year visual artists, musicians, singers, actors, creative writers - apply to participate in the Guelph Young Artists Mentorship Project, a locally-based program that pairs budding young creatives with established community artists to explore professional practice. The Young Artists Mentorship Project is a joint effort of Guelph Arts Council and the School of Fine Art & Music, sponsored by an Ontario150 Young Artists Grant and by the RBC Young Artists program. Follow this link for details:
Starting in Fall 2017, students will be able to register for a Minor degree in Studio Art. Details will be outlined in the new undergraduate calendar for
2017-2018. If you have any questions about the Minor, please contact the BACO office (Bachelor of Arts Counselling Office)