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Buy artwork from our students, Wednesday November 27th, 4-8pm in the Visual Arts Centre. Cash and Carry Only.
November 20th at 11:30am Elder will discuss Canada's participation in both the 1954 and 1957 Triennale di Milano design exhibitions.
Advanced Fourth Year Studio Seminar Exhibition at the Artlab. Opening Reception: November 21, 2013 > 5:00 PM.
Join us Thursday November 21st in room 100 for a free artist talk. Free and open to the public.
Join us at 7pm, Thursday November 14th in room 100 for a free artist talk by painter Scott Everingham. Free and open to the public!
Starting in fall 2014, we are offering a one-year MA in Art History. This is a research-intensive degree offering training in the histories and theories of art and visual culture.
Presented by the VAS1025 Advanced Foundations Studio Class. Closing Performance: November 13, 2013 > 4:30 PM.
Join us for an Artist Talk by Geoffrey Pugen. October 24th at 8pm in VAC 100. Free and open to the public!
Second Year MFA Exhibition at the Artlab Gallery. Opening Reception: October 10, 2013 5:00PM to 8:00PM
Join us for an Artist Talk by Lois Andison. October 24th at 7pm in VAC 100. Free and open to the public!
Practicum Response: Concourse Gallery
Artist Talk by Ron Shuebrook in VAC 100, Thursday October 17, 7pm. All are welcome!
Burtynsky's Oil and the Zizekian Sublime
Alumnus Joanne Latimer BA '90 presents practical tips and ideas about how to land a job with a Fine Arts degree.
VASA presents :Movie Scrolls and Rolls, at the Concourse Gallery and adjacent patio (weather permitting). A night of music, movies and delectable food.
MFA Thesis Exhibition opening Friday August 9th, 7-9pm at the Artlab
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.
Department of Visual Arts Phd Candidate Erin McLeod, Alumni Leanne Carroll and Amy Wallace published in the current issue of RACAR vol.28 no.1