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Florence Yee: Sharp Tools for Unripe Fruit

March 23rd, 2022

Florence Yee is a visual artist, Dawson Alum, and serial collaborator based in Tkaronto/Toronto and Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang/Montreal. Their exhibition Sharp Tools for Unripe Fruit features photographs on fabric and hand-embroidered text, now on view at the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery until April 14. On a recent Tuesday evening, two second-year visual art students, Sabrina Schmidt and Victoria Petrecca-Berthelet, had the chance to ask Florence (they/he) a few questions.

Click Read More to go to the interview.


Eudaimonia open until Feb. 19 at the Gallery

February 2nd, 2022

After almost two years, Dawson’s 2020 Visual Arts graduates are pleased to present how their practices have flourished and prospered, while staying true to their understanding of eudaimonia.*

Twenty graduates from the 2020 Visual Arts cohort present work in media ranging from digital photography to sculpture, painting, drawing, and video at the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery from Jan. 27 to Feb. 19, 2022.

* Aristotle utilized eudaimonia as the term for the highest human good, an objective standard of ‘happiness’ based on what it means to live a human life well. The title is the same as the original graduating 2020 exhibition, which could only happen online due to the first lockdown.

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UNMASKED: AEC Photography exhibit

December 1st, 2021

Don't miss “Unmasked,” an exhibition showcasing Dawson's AEC Commercial Photography graduates.

"Unmasked" reveals the creative results of a two-year formative process in the face of the pandemic. It is marked by resilience and captivating visuals.

The exhibition will be at the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery from Dec. 20 to 23 and from Jan. 4-11, 2022.

The gallery is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.


Students interview artist Anahita Norouzi

November 17th, 2021

Two Visual Arts students interviewed Anahita Norouzi, artist of Other Landscapes at the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery until Nov. 25.

Click Read More for the homepage feature interview.


Anahita Norouzi: Other Landscapes opens Oct. 14

October 13th, 2021

Other Landscapes is a new exhibit at the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery of Dawson (just off the Upper Atrium cafeteria on the 2nd floor). Open from Oct. 14- Nov. 25, it presents several multimedia works from Montreal-based Iranian artist Anahita Norouzi. It stems from her long-term research interest in the cross sections of botany and colonial politics, experiences of immigration and displacement, as well as issues of identity and memory.

Taking the form of a multimedia installation, the project results from a collaboration between the artist and eight refugees from the Middle East and Africa.

Click Read More for the exhibition web page.


Counterpart: students photograph students

September 15th, 2021

The project Counterpart: Students Photograph Students opened last week at the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery.  Rhonda Meier, gallery administrator, asked one of the project organizers, Peter Berra, 7 questions about it.

Click Read More to go the homepage story.

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At the Warren G. Flowers Gallery this autumn

August 18th, 2021

Counterpart: Students Photographing Students: Sept. 9-25

Other Landscapes: Anahita Norouzi: Oct. 14-Nov. 25

Professional Photography Graduating Student Exhibition: Dec. 2-10

AEC Photography Program Exhibition: Dec. 15-19

Photo: Anahita Norouzi, Other Landscapes (detail), 2019-20

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Photography student’s work on display in Resistance & Resilience

February 23rd, 2021

If you have been in the College and wondered about the work in the display cases outside the art gallery, it may surprise you to know that it is the work of Dawson student Asia Mason.  The third-year Photography student was one of only four student artists selected for the Peace Centre/Art Gallery’s online exhibition, Resistance and Resilience.

Click Read More for the homepage news story and to see some of her work on display.


Thirza Cuthand: Reclamations

February 9th, 2021

When the pandemic first struck last March, curator and Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery administrator Rhonda Meier, began thinking of what could be done if life stayed completely online for the next six or more months. With online projects being the obvious solution, she leapt to program Thirza Cuthand, a Plains Cree/Scots artist whose work first intrigued her in Vancouver in 2003. At Indian Acts, a conference on indigenous performance art, a very young Cuthand presented a video candidly discussing her struggle with depression.

Click Read More for the news story and more information.


Resistance and Resilience opens Oct. 8

October 7th, 2020

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.

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Last Modified: March 23, 2022


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