Two more Vernissage events: Interior Design and Graphic Design
- Exhibition (3C.1): Thursday June 2, from 12h00 to 17h00, and Friday June 3 from 12h00 to 19h00
- Vernissage: June 2 from 17h00 to 21h00 -presentations at 18h30
- Vernissage (2F.4): June 1 from 17h30 to 22h00
- Exhibition (2F.4): June 2 10h00 to 18h00, June 3 10h00 to 18h00, June 4 10h00 to 17h00, June 5 closed, June 6 10h00 to 18h00
Visual Arts Vernissage May 19
The opening of The Grove, the 2022 Dawson Visual Arts Program Graduating Exhibition will be on Thursday, May 19, from 5:30 to 8:00 pm in the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery and 2G wing.
Hybrid: AEC Commercial Photography Vernissage May 24
After two years of study, dedication and hard work through the COVID storm, we have now come to the end of the road, about to proudly show off the result.
Don't miss “HYBRID”, an exhibition featuring Dawson's AEC Commercial Photography graduates.
The exhibition will be presented in the Upper Atrium from Monday, May 23 to Friday, May 27 and you are invited to attend the Vernissage on May 24 at 6:30 p.m.
Independent Video Game Design Showcase May 28
The graduating cohort of the Independent Video Game Design Program at Dawson College invites you to the IVGD Game Showcase 2022!
This event is held online in a specially created 3D virtual space where you will have the chance to play the games from this graduating cohort, chat with the devs and hang out with the community!
Facebook Event: IVGD Game Showcase 2022
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2022 Winner of the Liberal Arts Brick Books Poetry Prize
The Liberal Arts Brick Books Poetry Prize is awarded this year to Catherine Salkeld for showing promise in poetry writing.
Catherine’s winning sonnet, “Hallowed Ground’’ will be published in the 2022 Liberal Arts Anthology. The prize, sponsored for the past eight years by Canadian poetry publisher Brick Books, will be awarded at the launch of the Anthology on May 12.
Kudos to Catherine and to the following poets whose work earns honourable mention:
Beatriz Artmann Sherren, “Holding onto my faith,” “Things that sing”
Harriette Bambrough, ‘’This is for You,” “Harriette,” “Poor Investments”
Tess Harty, “For the Girl, at the Crux of Her Womanhood,” “Things I am Grateful for”
Greta Rotzetter, “Poem to my brother and sister”
Elliott Trembecka, “burning, burning.”
The Professional Theatre Department at Dawson College is proud to present After Fuenteovejuna, adapted by the third-year students with writer Sarah Lotfi and directed by Stéphane Zarov with Movement Direction by Mila Thé. Originally performed in 17th-century Spain, this classic theatre includes clowning, music, dance and storytelling. When the small town of Fuenteovejuna is terrorized by a military commander, the women of the town band together to seek revenge. This modern retelling includes music composted by third year students Reagan Prum, Brianna Rodrigues, Noah Moorcroft and Andréas Sandoval Chaidoullina
Content warnings: sexual assault, sexual violence, swearing. Wed May 4-Saturday May 7.
Entry fee for Dawson employees and students = $5.
Photography and filming is not allowed.
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Vernissage Season is May 19-June 2!
Vernissage Season is back in person at Dawson and begins on May 19 with the Visual Arts Vernissage. Graduating students from our arts programs will be presenting their work.
Click Read More to go to the Vernissage Season page with all the dates, times and locations.
Dawson’s beloved Artists in Bloom event was back for the first time this year since 2019 and thanks to the extraordinary Dawson community of employees and retirees, we broke the art sales record at the conclusion of the 24th edition on April 27. This year’s weeklong online auction of original artwork and art print sales…
Support Interior Design students for a chance to win hockey tickets
The Interior Design students are currently organizing a raffle to help raise funds for their final exhibition. You could win two hockey tickets to watch the Canadiens vs. the Panthers on April 29 at the Bell Centre. Situated in section 115, they have a value of over $500!
All the proceeds will go toward our end-of-year exhibition. This event allows students to showcase their final Interior Design project, after three years of very hard work. This event serves as an official introduction of these future designers to the design field. The event will take place on June 2, and is open to the public. You’re invited!
The raffle tickets are $10 each, or in a bundle of 3 for $25 or 5 for $45. You can visit our table in the Upper Atrium on April 21, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Alternatively, you can visit Helen in 2G.7 and purchase tickets before April 25. The winner will be announced on April 26, so buy your tickets while you still can!
Third-year Theatre students star in After Fuenteovejuna
The Professional Theatre Department at Dawson College is proud to present After Fuenteovejuna, adapted by the third-year students with writer Sarah Lotfi and directed by Stéphane Zarov. Originally performed in 17th-century Spain, this classic theatre includes clowning, music, dance and storytelling, with some audience interaction.
Content warnings: sexual assault, sexual violence, swearing. The show runs April 25 - May 7. Entry fee for Dawson employees and students = $5
Click read more to buy your ticket.
Last Modified: June 1, 2022