Artists include: Beverly Akerman, Karin Austin, Mona El Dabee, Daniela Ghinea, Farnaz Mamizadeh, Marla Newhook, Emilia Piasecki, Ufemia Rizk, and Carole Scheffer.
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.
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.
Five student and six professional artists present work that challenges gender binaries and heteronormativity in this thought-provoking exhibition.
Work by: Catherine Opie, Dayna Danger, Kent Monkman, Daniel Barrow, Michel Dumont, Ben Liu, Selina Edinger, Yue Feng Jiang, Jennifer Lynch, Monica Victoria, Chris Wick.
Dawson’s third year professional photography students present their best work and the end of semester projects. Featuring: Sabrina Asseraff, Tom Berthelot, Natasha Hernández Canett, Etienne Capacchione, Felicia Cecere, Catherine Chiasson,Tannya Mancini-Coveyduck, Alma Daponte, Marc-Antony Dagenais, Jessica Dzandu, Amy Feng, Cindy Huard-Lauzon, Nastia Cloutier-Ignatiev, Jonathan LarocqueCourtney Maisonneuve, Kamila Qiu, Karyna Sacony, Cristiana Sarantis, Nicholas Sourias, Annaya Stewart,Elyse Belmont-Stroh, Nicolas Triana, Kelty Trimbitas, and Sajad Zand.