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Nadia Myre and Nico Williams: Filiations

February 2nd - March 11th, 2023
Nadia Myre, I'm Saving all my Sunsets for You, 2022

Filiations features new work by Nadia Myre (Kitigan Zibi), and Nico Williams (Aamjiwnaang), both acclaimed artists who are linked by their former teacher-student relationship (Myre supervised Williams’ MFA work at Concordia University). This exhibition will draw out lines of affiliation and commitment in their practices providing an unparalleled opportunity to see two generations of artists staking out common ground – pedagogically, aesthetically, and politically.


Vernissage: Thursday, February 2nd, 2023 at 5:00pm
Artist Talk: to be confirmed


Captured

December 18th - 21st, 2018

AEC Commercial Photography Graduating Students




Chroma

December 6th - 12th, 2018

Dawson College’s 3rd-year Professional Photography students present their 5th semester portfolio work.   A diverse variety of subjects, and work in both black and white and colour.




The Wound Hospital

November 8th - 28th, 2018

The Wound Hospital:  Adrienne Surprenant presents a series of photographs taken by Dawson alumna, Adrienne Surprenant, in the mountains of Balaveng, Cameroon, in Central Africa.

A graduate of Dawson’s Professional Photography Department in 2012, Adrienne Surprenant has forged an international career in photojournalism.  Her images have been published in  Paris MatchEl Pais SemanalLe Monde Diplomatique, and The Globe and Mail.  




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

October 11th - 28th, 2018

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

A multimedia exhibition exploring the precariousness of the diasporic experience.




After Hours

June 20th - 28th, 2018

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




En-Tropy

April 18th - May 11th, 2018

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 a system from order, to disorder or randomness.




String Theory: Potential possibilities

March 22nd - April 7th, 2018

Artist Talk:  In the gallery, Wednesday, April 4, 6 pm.
A collaboration with the Department of Fine Arts

A solo exhibition of work from Sandra Smirle's trip to the Arctic in 2014.




Fine Arts Faculty Biennial 13

February 16th - March 8th, 2018

You are warmly invited to the grand opening of the Fine Arts Faculty Biennial 13 exhibition on Thursday, February 15 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery of Dawson College (near the 4001 de Maisonneuve entrance). Come enjoy some wine, good company and thought-provoking artwork and writing.

An exhibition featuring the work of twenty current/recently retired members of Dawson College’s Faculty of Fine Arts, and one invited guest from the Photography Department, Kate Hutchinson.




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