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Spectra: Visual Arts Students Graduating Exhibition 2017-2019

May 21st - 30th, 2019
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Dawson College’s Department of Fine Arts proudly presents the culminating work of its 2017-2019 cohort of Visual Arts students. Work in a variety of media will be presented in the gallery and in 2G.4. Artists include: Gustavo Aguirre Najera, Florent Aniorté, Mirella Bacco Mannina, Marie Bilodeau, Florinelle Blandin-Khabad, Adriana Brito, , Noémie Carrière-Larin, Kali Catterall, Read more...

S.P.A.C.E. PERSPECTIVE(S)

April 25th - May 8th, 2019
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Beginning Wednesday, April 24th, S.P.A.C.E. (Sciences Participating with Arts and Culture in Education), presents PERSPECTIVES. Students, alumni, staff and faculty have all reflected on how different perspectives are created, perceived and represented. Through a multi-disciplinary selection of new writing, photography, installations, videos, illustrations and paintings, this exhibition is a lively and engaged investigation into the Read more...

Moridja Kitenge Banza: Chiromancies / Palm Readings

March 21st - April 10th, 2019
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Accomplished multimedia artist Moridja Kitenge Banza presents new paintings and work in video exploring the interstices of personal, cultural, and global politics.   His work often blurs reality and fiction, calling into question narratives of history , memory, and identity.  Born in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1980, he studied at the Académie des Beaux-arts de Read more...

Hairdresser’s Hymn to Venus: a performance project by Michelle Lacombe

March 4th - 12th, 2019
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Artist Talk:  Wednesday, Febrauary 27, 5 pm Performative presence in gallery:  Monday, March 4-Friday, March 8, 2-4 pm Closing Performance and Finissage:  Tuesday, March 12th, 4-6 pm Hairdresser’s Hymn to Venus is an action-based exhibition that exists as a reproduction of Botticelli’s famous painting The Birth of Venus (1450). The work retells the Greco-Roman myth Read more...

Estranged Spaces

January 31st - February 20th, 2019
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Dawson alumni Constantinos Giannoussis, Petro Psillos, and Sylvia Trotter Ewens, along with Alexanne Dunn and Sonya Kertesz present recent paintings questioning human domination and control of the environment. Problematizing conceptions of nature and ‘the natural’ in the era of the Anthropocene, these works redefine stereotyped notions of landscape painting.

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