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VISION(s)

April 26th - May 11th, 2017

Dawson College’s Warren G. Flowers Gallery and S.P.A.C.E. (Sciences Participating with Arts and Culture in Education) are pleased to present the annual S.P.A.C.E. Exhibition showcasing multi- and interdisciplinary works by students, faculty, staff, alumni, and others from the larger Dawson Community around this year’s theme, VISION(S). The VISION(S) Exhibition opens with a vernissage on Tuesday, Read more...

GL.TCH

April 6th - 20th, 2017

Montreal, March 28th, 2017 ­ Dawson College’s Warren G. Flowers Gallery and S.P.A.C.E. (Sciences Participating with Arts and Culture in Education) are pleased to present the annual S.P.A.C.E. Exhibition showcasing multi- and interdisciplinary works by students, faculty, staff, alumni, and others from the larger Dawson Community around this year’s theme, GL.TCH. The GL.TCH Exhibition opens Read more...

Daniel Oxley – Dark Wood

August 17th - September 9th, 2016

Excerpt from catalogue, by Cameron Skene “If you’re going through hell, keep going” – Winston Churchill […] The state of spiritual suspension is reinforced by Oxley’s recent work: vessels hung from the top of the picture plane, combined with a surface reassembled from disparate painterly strategies, marks, textures and forms. Caves and outcroppings, for instance, Read more...

Fine Arts Biennial 12

March 24th - April 14th, 2016

25 years in the making, Dawson College’s Fine Arts Biennial more prominent than ever The Fine Arts Faculty Biennial 12 runs March 24 to April 14 2016 Montreal, March 22 2016 – Dawson College’s Warren G. Flowers Gallery is pleased to host the Fine Arts Faculty Biennial 12, opening March 24 and on view until Read more...

Cleave, a path in the wilderness by Penelope Stewart

February 18th - March 12th, 2016

Responsiveness to space and an engagement with its architecture, history and ideologies is central to my practice. Recently, these interventions have explored the beehive metaphor in architecture, with connections between the symbolic, political and artistic spin-offs of the beehive. An eco-morphology contemplates the hive, hive culture, desire and loss as metaphor for our utopian aspirations to return to the garden. Read more...

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