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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...


Vernissage: Thursday, March 28th, 2019 at 5:30pm

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

April 25th - May 8th, 2019

There are, indeed, many possible perspectives on what a perspective is. Yet even from these myriad angles, a number of themes seem to come into focus. Scales of perspective, from the quantum to the cosmic. A new perspective may arise from a sense of wonder, an urge to break through limits, a jolting experience of Read more...


Vernissage: Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 at 5:30am

Replay: 3D Animation and CGI, 10 years in the Making

October 11th - 28th, 2018
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Dawson’s department of 3D Animation and CGI is proud to present Replay, an exhibition celebrating its founding, and showcasing the work of past and present alumni, including Naomi Savoie (Square Enix), Valérie Lafrance (Cinesite), Stephanie Volpi (EA), Matt Desjardins (Squeeze Studio), Naomi Hibbert (Framestore), Cesar Belacora (Ubisoft) and Ian Cook-Grimes (MPC).

Ramona Ramlochand: unfallen

September 6th - 26th, 2018
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A multimedia exhibition exploring the precariousness of the diasporic experience.

After Hours

June 20th - 28th, 2018
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Artists include: Beverly Akerman, Karin Austin, Mona El Dabee, Daniela Ghinea, Farnaz Mamizadeh, Marla Newhook, Emilia Piasecki, Ufemia Rizk, and Carole Scheffer.

Nuances

May 22nd - 31st, 2018
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En-Tropy

April 18th - May 11th, 2018
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Opening on Wednesday, April 18th, at 5:30 pm, the S.P.A.C.E. (Science Participating in the Arts and Culture in Education) program presents en-tropy.  Students, alumni, staff and faculty have all contributed to this richly varied and dynamic exhibit featuring multi-disciplinary projects, essays, poems, artwork, photos, objects and videos exploring the thermodynamic concept of entropy–the spontaneous change of Read more...

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