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Read more about: Some students resumed learning activities at Dawson June 1

Some students resumed learning activities at Dawson June 1

June 2nd, 2020

It was back to school for a small group of students who returned to the campus yesterday to complete the Winter Semester.

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Read more about: Illustration’s Vernissage is Wednesday!

Illustration’s Vernissage is Wednesday!

June 2nd, 2020

The Virtual Vernissage of the graduating students in our Illustration Program is tomorrow, Wednesday, June 3 from 6 to 9 p.m. Use this link to visit on Wednesday. 

Come encourage the students and have fun trying this unique multiplayer platform created for Dawson College.

CTV News is running a report on their evening news today, June 2, and we will share the link next week. 

To read all about the virtual experience, you can see last week's story in the Read More link.


Read more about: Vernissage Season is going digital June 3-18

Vernissage Season is going digital June 3-18

May 26th, 2020

Nick Ladd, a graduate of both Illustration and 3D Animation and Computer-Generated Imagery, came to the rescue of Vernissage Season with a customized platform that his company Studio Syro has built for Dawson College.

Six programs in the Creative and Applied Arts will be hosting vernissage events from June 3-18. First up is Illustration on June 3.

Read the homepage news story and get a link to a preview in the Read More link.


Read more about: A decade of transformation at Dawson leads to SALTISE award for Ian MacKenzie

A decade of transformation at Dawson leads to SALTISE award for Ian MacKenzie

May 26th, 2020

Ian MacKenzie’s work has “transformed the classrooms, programs, and even the academic culture” of Dawson College, according to his nomination for an award from SALTISE.

Read a feature about Ian's work with WID and the Learning Communities on the homepage by clicking the Read More link.


Read more about: Emergent: ALC Festival 2020

Emergent: ALC Festival 2020

May 26th, 2020

The Arts, Literature and Communication Festival presents the work of graduating ALC students from six profiles, along with interdisciplinary events. The Literature Profile will launch the Creations Journal on May 29, the same day Cinema-Communications presents student media works (beginning at 8 p.m.). The Arts and Culture Gala, Studio Arts’ No Lunch in Class and…

Read more about: ScienceFest’s Photo Contest 2020 Edition – Results!

ScienceFest’s Photo Contest 2020 Edition – Results!

May 26th, 2020

In April 2019, ScienceFest in collaboration with SPACE launched its first photography contest and a total of 13 photos competed for the grand prize. In 2020, the photography contest went virtual along with all other Dawson College activities. Yet, in spite of confinement, a total of 18 photos were submitted for the competition and 100…

Read more about: Diagnostic Imaging students graduated early and now working on COVID frontlines

Diagnostic Imaging students graduated early and now working on COVID frontlines

May 19th, 2020

Grateful, surreal, overjoyed, bittersweet are some of the words that new graduates of the Diagnostic Imaging Program at Dawson College used to describe their feelings about graduating early during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click Read More for the homepage news story featuring three of our newest graduates.


Read more about: ScienceFest Conference a Virtual Experience for students in 2020

ScienceFest Conference a Virtual Experience for students in 2020

May 19th, 2020

ScienceFest is an annual conference celebrating the knowledge, creativity and passion for learning science of Dawson College students. The 6th annual edition took place on Zoom this year.

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Read more about: Life Drawing sessions continued online

Life Drawing sessions continued online

May 12th, 2020

The Open Studio Life Drawing sessions have been a tradition at Dawson College for over 16 years. Founded by retired faculty members Lucy Trahan (Illustration) and Giuseppe Di Leo (Fine Arts), the evening sessions give students a chance to practice capturing the human form. Desire to carry on When Dawson College was closed March 13,…

Read more about: Comfort and healing through recipe sharing

Comfort and healing through recipe sharing

May 12th, 2020

Students in Anna-Liisa Aunio's  Sociology of Food course shared recipes, the stories behind them and photos of making them for a unique assignment. Click Read More for a homepage news story and links to a selection of the recipes and stories.


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