Photography exhibit can be viewed from outside
Take a stroll along de Maisonneuve Blvd. along the walls of Dawson and you can see the third-year photography students' exhibit, Interrupted, until Jan. 15.
Click Read More to go to the homepage news story, see some of the students' photos and get more information.
Ann Lambert’s second book published
The new book of Ann Lambert, who taught English at Dawson for almost three decades, has just been published. The Dogs of Winter is a compelling story full of hot button Canadian topics pulled from the headlines.
A murderer with a twisted mission targets the most vulnerable on the frigid streets of Montreal while scenes unfold revealing how the #MeToo movement has changed the conversation, but not nearly enough.
It is Ann's second novel in the Russell and Leduc mystery series.
Click on Read More to read the first chapter.
Resistance and Resilience opens Oct. 8
Following the success of Skénn:en: Peace and Decolonization (2017) and Queer and Peace (2018), Diana Rice (Programming Coordinator, Peace Centre) prophetically conceived of a project that would provide a space for those voices traditionally unheard and often ignored: Legacy and racialized immigrant communities. Once again collaborating with Rhonda Meier of the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery, the work began in 2018 to create a platform for artists to display their experiences of racism and systemic oppression.
This vision is brought to life in Resistance and Resilience. Click Read More for the homepage news story.
Program: Illustration Class name : Photography for Illustration First-year Illustration students Assignment name: Quarantine Art (a student experience) *Hover over photo to see student’s name*
New Dawson Blues Band video release today!
The Dawson Blues Band (the DBB) has grown to 18 members now! They have put together a new video to cheer us and raise support for the students of Dawson College who could use some help.
The name of the DBB song is: “With a lot of help from our friends” inspired by “With a Little Help From My Friends” by the Beatles (released in 1967) and by Joe Cocker (released in 1969) and “You've Got a Friend" by Carole King (released in 1971).
"I want to congratulate all the participants for the great work you accomplished for this project," said organizer and musician Vincent Maggiore (Business Administration).
Enjoy the DBB video, released today for you in the Read More link.
If you enjoy it and can help out, consider a donation to the Dawson College Foundation for the Dawson Financial Aid Program. The community and our friends have now donated more than $5,000. More news to come in August.
The DBB plans to be back in the Fall with more great music for us!
Graphic Design June 17 and 3D Animation & CGI June 18
Our extraordinary digital Vernissage Season continues this week with our two last events! Consider yourself invited!
Wednesday, June 17 at 6 p.m.: Graphic Design
Thursday, June 18 at 7 p.m.: 3D Animation and CGI
Livestream link: https://youtu.be/7qasDo_anbo
You can still visit the other exhibits if you missed the vernissage events. Click Read More to go to the Vernissage Season landing page with all the links.
Next Tuesday, June 16 at 6 p.m., Andrew Katz (English Department) will be virtually launching his second picture book, I JUST WANT TO BE SUPER! / JE SUIS SUPER NINO! illustrated by Dawson Illustration graduate Tony Luzano (2014).The story is about a young kid with TONS of energy. Here is what Kirkus Reviews had to say about the book:…
Dawson Blues Band releasing new video Tuesday, June 16
The Dawson Blues Band has grown to 18 members, all employees of Dawson College, and they are working on their next release, set for next Tuesday, June 16. They want to lift us all up and raise support for our students through the Dawson College Foundation for the Dawson Financial Aid Program.
To send us all off on a happy note, their last video before the summer break will be With a Little Help from My Friends by The Beatles.
Did you see their first video? The Dawson Blues Band released Lean on Me on May 19. Link to the video is in the Read More link.
Industrial Design Graduates’ On-line Exhibition launches June 10 at 6 p.m.
The graduates and faculty of the Industrial Design department cordially invite you to the graduating class of 2020's online exhibition, which will be launched and available for viewing as of Wednesday, June 10 at 6:00 pm. The exhibition will be ongoing.
Last Modified: December 15, 2020