Graduate Research

Art Talks
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    Call for Papers: Boredom | Graduate Conference

    Deadline: January 17, 2015
    Boredom is a three day interdisciplinary conference investigating notions boredom in the arts and humanities and related disciplines. Graduate students at the M.A. and Ph.D. levels are invited to submit abstracts for presentations of twenty minutes.


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    Artist Talk: Rehab Nazzal | Art Gallery of Mississauga

    November 22, 2014, 1 pm
    Join Western University PhD candidate Rehab Nazzal and AGM Director | Curator Stuart Keeler in a casual tour and talk on Visible. November 22, 2014, 1 pm
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    #ForestCityTattooProject | McIntosh Gallery

    November 2014
    After several months of collecting and plotting images with the hashtag #ForestCityTattooProject, Heidi Kellet, PhD candidate in Art and Visual Culture at Western University, will produce a virtual tattoo map of London, along with an online discussion exploring tattoos as visual culture.
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    UAAC-AAUC Conference

    October 23-26, 2014
    Many of our students, alumni and faculty presented at the UAAC-AAUC Conference in Toronto that took place from October 23-26. Presenters and participants included: Joy James, Kirsty Robertson, Stephanie Anderson, Helen Gregory, Erin McLeod, Christof Migone, Jennifer Orpana, Matthew Ryan Smith, and Anthea Black.
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    Exposing Energy East: People and Places at Risk

    November 1, 2014
    PhD candidate Jennifer Orpana participated as a panelist in a talk about art and social change in conjunction with an exhibit entitled, Exposing Energy East:People and Places at Risk by TransCanada's Energy East Pipeline Proposal. 
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    New Website Launch: Medieval Modern Seminar

    This graduate seminar explored some of the complex and often contradictory ways in which medieval and medieval-inspired forms and philosophies have been employed to articulate the "modern" in avant-garde cultural discourse from the early twentieth century to the present
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    Insight Visual Arts Forum

    March 28, 2014 - 3:00pm
    An afternoon of presentations for the sharing of research, work, and ideas between Visual Arts faculty, students, and the public. This second installment features Kelly Jazvak (artist/faculty member), Matthew Purvis (MA Candidate, Art History), Helen Gregory (PhD Candidate), Maryse Lariviere (PhD Candidate) and Gabriella Solti (Studio MFA Candidate).

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