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PAST EVENTS & EXHIBITIONS SUMMARY (Click links below to jump to event details)
EVENT DATE(S)
MATERIAL SELF: PERFORMING THE OTHER WITHIN
SCOTIABANK CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL PRIMARY EXHIBITION AT MOCCA /
David Favrod, Charles Fréger, Hendrik Kerstens, Namsa Leuba, Meryl McMaster, Dominique Rey, Tomoko Sawada, Mary Sibande
Dates May 2 - June 1, 2014
100TH ANNIVERSARY GALA / School of Art Date April 26, 2014
100TH ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM: INDIGENIZING THE CAMPUS THROUGH ART / School of Art Date April 26, 2014
BFA GRADUATING EXHIBITION / School of Art Dates April 19 - April 27, 2014
ON PRINCIPLE: 100 YEARS OF CREATIVE DIRECTION OF THE SCHOOL OF ART /
School of Art Gallery
Dates April 17 - May 23, 2014
METROPOLIS PANEL DISCUSSIONS /
Oliver Botar, Brenda Austin-Smith, Julian Pellicano, James Manishen, Serenity Joo, Tina Chen
Date April 12, 2014
WINNIPEG PORTRAIT PRIZE / Winnipeg Sketch Club Dates April 5 - 6, April 17, & April 22 - May 9, 2014
MICHAEL OLITO & ARNOLD SAPER /
Michael Olito & Arnold Saper
Runs until March 31, 2014
MY MONUMENT /
Cam Bush, Steven Leyden Cochrane, Roewan Crowe, and Paul Robles
Runs until April 5, 2014
WALKING WITH OUR SISTERS /
Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Gallery
Runs until April 12, 2014
POURING WATER ON A DROWNING MAN /
Divya Mehra
Runs until April 12, 2014
GROWTH / David McMillan Runs until April 22, 2014
EXPERIENCE OF THE PRECISELY SUBLIME / Peter Von Tiesen
CONCRETE LOGIC / Cedric Bomford
VELE / Tobias Zielony
Runs until May 4, 2014
SENSING THE FUTURE: MOHOLY-NAGY, MEDIA AND THE ARTS / Curated by Oliver Botar Runs until May 11, 2014

 


EVENT DETAILS DATE & LOCATION

MATERIAL SELF: PERFORMING THE OTHER WITHIN

SCOTIABANK CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL PRIMARY EXHIBITION AT MOCCA

David Favrod
Charles Fréger
Hendrik Kerstens
Namsa Leuba
Meryl McMaster
Dominique Rey
Tomoko Sawada
MATERIAL SELF: PERFORMING THE OTHER WITHIN
Dominique Rey, Thunderhead, 2011

Shaped by ancestry, society, and history, material belongings and body embellishments have always served to communicate an individual's sense of self; clothing and possessions are the fundamental elements through which self-image is expressed. As an outward expression of one's inner most sensibilities and subjectivities, people perform their identities and position themselves in relation to the world around them. Influencing how the self is represented and seen, photography plays a significant role in the social and cultural construction of identity.


Material Self: Performing the Other Within brings together photo-based works by eight artists from the four corners of the world, all of whom explore the potential of clothing, costume, uniform, and props to communicate character and to draw a bridge across distances. They fuse cultures, traditions, and customs, linking the past to the present through performative gestures that reveal breakdowns in cultural boundaries and the cross-pollination of identities. While many of them reflect upon their heritage, rituals, and the country in which they live, some seek to examine distant mythologies and internal experiences. Each of the artists make use of materials, props, and associated iconographies and signifiers to articulate shifting identities, while challenging stereotypes and fixed expectations. They bring light to the other within, an entity of the self that emerges from their images.

Organized with the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Curated by David Liss and Bonnie Rubenstein

For more information, visit
http://scotiabankcontactphoto.com/primary-exhibitions/1829
http://www.mocca.ca/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/

Location:
Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art (MOCCA)
952 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON


Exhibition runs:

May 2, 2014 -
June 1, 2014


Opening Reception:

May 2, 2014
7:00 PM

Posted:
April 2, 2014

100TH ANNIVERSARY GALA

School of Art
School of Art 100th Anniversary Gala Fundraising Dinner

Save the date! The School of Art is hosting its 100th Anniversary Gala Fundraising Dinner on April 26, 2014.


There will be a silent auction and door prizes.

DATE: April 26, 2014
TIME: 6:30 PM
LOCATION: 370 ARTlab

Seating is limited. Tickets on sale soon.

For more information, please visit the School of Art's 100th Anniversary Gala page.

Location:
Room 370 ARTlab
180 Dafoe Road
University of Manitoba
Fort Garry Campus

Date:

April 26, 2014
6:30 PM


Posted:
February 25, 2014

100TH ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM:
INDIGENIZING THE CAMPUS THROUGH ART

School of Art
School of Art 100th Anniversary Symposium - Indigenizing the Campus Through Art

On Saturday, April 26 the School will be sponsoring a symposium Indigenizing the Campus through Art: Past and Future Perspectives.


The symposium is free and all are welcome to attend.

For more information, visit the School of Art's 100th Anniversary Symposium page.

Location:
Room 136 ARTlab

180 Dafoe Road
University of Manitoba
Fort Garry Campus


Date:

April 26, 2014
1 PM - 4:30 PM


Posted:
February 25, 2014

BFA GRADUATING EXHIBITION 2014

School of Art
School of Art - BFA Graduation Exhibition 2014

Held Annually, the BFA Graduating Exhibition showcases the artwork of 4th year, Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours students present artwork.


Exhibition Runs
April 19 - 27, 2014

Public Reception
Saturday, April 19, 2014
5 PM - 8 PM

School Tours are available by appointment.

For more information, visit the BFA Graduating Exhibition page.

Location:
ARTlab
180 Dafoe Road
University of Manitoba
Fort Garry Campus


Exhibition Runs:

April 19, 2014 -
April 27, 2014


Public Reception:
April 19, 2014
5 PM - 8 PM

Posted:
February 25, 2014


ON PRINCIPLE:
100 YEARS OF CREATIVE DIRECTION OF THE SCHOOL OF ART

School of Art Gallery
School of Art - 100th Anniversary Exhibition - On Principle

As part of the School of Art's 100th anniversary celebrations, this exhibition traces the history and evolution of the School of Art through a focused presentation of work created by the Principals and Directors both past and present.


Please visit the School of Art Gallery's On Principle page for more details..

Location:
School of Art Gallery



Dates:

April 17, 2014 -
May 23, 2014

Celebratory Reception:
April 26, 2014
11AM - 1PM


Posted:
March 19, 2014

WINNIPEG PORTRAIT PRIZE

Winnipeg Sketch Club
2014 Winnipeg Portrait Prize

April 5 and 6, 2014
RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg, Rooms 15, 16
Saturday 10:30 am to 8:00 pm and Sunday 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Live Music and Cash Bar Saturday 5:00 to 8:00 pm

April 17, 2014
Manitoba Legislative Building
7:00 pm in the Rotunda, Display of the finalists, Winner and People's Choice Awarded

April 22 - May 9, 2014
Exhibit to continue in the Keystone Gallery, Manitoba Legislature.


Locations:
RBC Convention Centre, Winnipeg
Rooms 15, 16

Rotunda & Keystone Gallery,
Manitoba Legislative Building

Dates:

Convvention Centre
April 5 & 6, 2014

Rotunda (Legislative Building)
April 17, 2014

Keystone Gallery (Legislative Building)
April 22, 2014 -
May 9, 2014


Posted:
March 19, 2014


METROPOLIS PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Oliver Botar
Brenda Austin-Smith
Julian Pellicano
James Manishen
Serenity Joo
Tina Chen
Metropolis Panel Discussion

Film Worlds Research Cluster (University of Manitoba) in collaboration with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra


Description
Fritz Lang's 1927 science fiction classic "Metropolis" was a stunning film achievement not only in its time but in ours. The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra will present this masterpiece of film-making Saturday April 12 with the orchestra performing the gigantic Gottfried Huppertz score live to the movie.

There will be 2 panel discussions on Metropolis.

Thursday, March 27
McNally Robinson, 7 PM

Free and Open to the Public
"Fritz Lang's Metropolis - a panel roundtable."

Panelists:
  • Oliver Botar, School of Art, University of Manitoba
  • Brenda Austin-Smith, Film Studies, University of Manitoba
  • Julian Pellicano, resident conductor, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
  • James Manishen, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra

Saturday, April 12
Pre-Concert Panel Discussion, Concert Hall, 6:15 PM

Tickets available through the WSO box office

Panelists:
  • Oliver Botar, School of Art, University of Manitoba
  • Serenity Joo, English, Film, and Theatre, University of Manitoba
  • James Manishen, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
  • Tina Chen, History, University of Manitoba
.

Dates:

March 27, 2014
7:00 PM
McNally Robinson

April 12, 2014
6:15 PM
Concert Hall


Posted:
February 25, 2014

WALKING WITH OUR SISTERS

Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Gallery
Urban Shaman - Walking with our Sisters

Walking With Our Sisters
A Commemorative Art Installation
for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
of Canada and the United States
.

EXHIBITION
March 21 - April 12, 2014

OPENING RECEPTION & CEREMONY
March 21 (Time TBA)

GALLERY HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday, 10am - 8pm

ALL WELCOMED

Over 600+ Native women in Canada are reported missing or murdered in the last 20 years. Many vanished without a trace with inadequate inquiry into their disappearance or killing paid by the media, the general public, politicians and even law enforcement. This is a travesty of justice. Walking With Our Sisters is a commemorative art installation created and donated by hundreds of caring and concerned individuals to draw attention to this injustice.

Each pair of vamps represents one missing or murdered Indigenous woman. The unfinished moccasins represent the unfinished lives of the women whose lives were cut short by murder. Collectively together the vamps represent all these women; paying respect to their lives and existence on this earth. They are not forgotten. They are sisters, mothers, aunties, daughters, cousins, grandmothers, wives and partners. They have been cared for, they have been loved, they are missing and they have not been forgotten.

Moccasins are symbolic of the path a person walks in life and within some traditions; moccasins are placed on the body of the person in death to help them on their journey into the next life. Moccasin vamps are the top part of the moccasin that most often carry adornment of some type, whether beads, quills, embroidery or other materials. Whether fully beaded or partially, different nations have developed their own variations on the size, style, shape and choice of imagery on the vamps.

This art exhibit will also bring attention to this issue as the numbers of Indigenous women going missing and becoming murdered continue to grow. According to the most recent research, the numbers are currently estimated as being as high as 824 women and girls missing and murdered in the last twenty years alone.

INSTALLATION LOCATION
Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Gallery
203-290 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg MB R3B 0T2
p: 204-942-2674
www.urbanshaman.org
info@urbanshaman.org

The exhibit is currently scheduled to tour to over 31 locations across North America and will wrap up in 2020.

This project is being solely supported by donations made by thousands of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and women across North America.

Walking With Our Sisters web site:
http://walkingwithoursisters.ca

Winnipeg FaceBook Group:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Walking-With-Our-Sisters-Winnipeg-MB/676607989040404

Twitter: @WWOS1

MEDIA INFORMATION
Daina Warren- Director of Urban Shaman Gallery
E: daina@urbanshaman.org
T: 204-942-2674

Marcel Balfour
E: mbalfour@manitobachiefs.com
T: 204-987-4114

Walking With Our Sisters gratefully acknowledges the support of our friends, volunteers, community and all our relations, Assiniboine Credit Union, The Fort Garry Hotel, The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Secretariat Inc., Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre Inc., Helen Betty Osborne Memorial Foundation, The Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN) ~GITCHI MIIGWETCH / HAI HAI

Location:
Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Gallery
203-290 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg MB
R3B 0T2
204-942-2674

Gallery Hours:
Tues - Sat
10 AM - 8 PM

Opening Reception
& Ceremony:
March 21, 2014
Time TBA

Exhibition Runs:

March 21, 2014 -
April 12, 2014


Posted:
March 11, 2014

GROWTH

David McMillan
David McMillan - Growth
David McMillan– View of Forest, Dental Hospital, Pripyat, 2012, Archival Inkjet Print, 44" x 54".

Growth
.

"I began photographing in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in 1994, eight years after the nuclear accident. I had been interested in the relationship between nature and culture - the contest between the natural world and the built environment - and I anticipated the exclusion zone would offer a unique set of circumstances. Cities and villages in the affected area were rendered uninhabitable, requiring the evacuation of 135,000 people. As well, a large pine forest surrounding the nuclear power plant died within days of the accident and had to be buried as nuclear waste. Journalists characterized the area as a "dead zone", which is what I expected to find. However, having photographed there on eighteen different occasions, it's apparent that nature has proliferated while the built environment has deteriorated. In the city of Pripyat, where the employees of the nuclear power plant once lived with their families and where these photographs are from, the courtyards and walkways have become dense with bushes and trees, and the spread of vegetation extends to the interiors of buildings. This growth has hastened the decay of the city, with roots weakening joints and cracking concrete, causing buildings to collapse. Soon, indoors and outdoors will become blurred, obscuring the remaining traces of a once thriving culture."
- David McMillan

Growth will encompass both the main gallery space and the project space. The exhibition brochure includes a response text by Derek Dunlop. The artist will be present at the opening reception on Friday, March 14th and will be giving a talk about his work on Saturday, March 22nd at 3pm.

All events are free and open to the public.

www.dsmcmillan.com

Location:
Martha Street Studio
11 Martha Street
Winnipeg, MB
R3B 1A2


Opening Reception:
Friday March 14
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Artist Talk:
Saturday, March 22
3:00 PM

Exhibition Runs:

March 14, 2014 –
April 22, 2014


Posted:
March 11, 2014

MY MONUMENT

Cam Bush
Steven Leyden Cochrane
Roewan Crowe
Paul Robles
My Monument

MY MONUMENT is a multimedia exhibition featuring artistic exchanges among artists cam bush, Steven Leyden Cochrane, Roewan Crowe, and Paul Robles using Crowe's new book Quivering Land as a point of connection to explore monuments and vanished feminist/queer/alternative cultural sites. The double-sited exhibit will be shown in Gallery 1C03 (1st floor, Centennial Hall) and in the Hamilton Galleria (4th floor mezzanine, Centennial Hall in the Library), both at The University of Winnipeg.
.

Public reception:
March 6, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Ghost Launch performance with Chandra Mayor:
March 15 at 2:00 p.m.

The Book is Happening with Roewan Crowe:
March 20, 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Conversation with the artists:
March 26 at 7:00 p.m

For more information, visit the Gallery 1C03 page

Location:
Gallery 1C03


Exhibition Runs:

March 6, 2014 -
April 5, 2014


Posted:
February 25, 2014

POURING WATER ON A DROWNING MAN

Divya Mehra
Divya Mehra Toronto
A Brown Woman Drowned, 2014, neon sculpture, 26 x 44 x 5.5 in, ed. of 3

Georgia Scherman Projects is proud to present: Pouring Water on a Drowning Man, Divya Mehra's first solo exhibition in Toronto..

Mehra's research-fueled practice explores marginalization, otherness and – what she calls – the empty promise of diversity. Through appropriating, editing and reassembling a variety of literary, comedic and musical sources, she creates an acerbic dialogue on the construction and consumption of race and identity politics. Often foregrounding the ongoing struggle with her personal diasporic identity and cultural expectations, she calls into question our own unexamined beliefs.

Mehra's work explores a dialogue and discourse limited only by our apprehension to perceived difference, and our hyper-willingness to have it immediately labelled and classified. Focusing on this difference the exhibition presents multiple perspectives and potential readings, which open up an endless assortment of political, emotional and physiological interpretations of the contemporary experience of difference. In conjunction with Pouring Water on a Drowning Man As We Try & Sleep Press has published a limited edition artist book of the same title, featuring a series of ten original droodles (doodles + riddles) by Mehra, which conflate personal memory with political speeches, historical figures and hip-hop quotables. This artists' book will be launched at Art Metropole, 1490 Dundas Street Dundas Street West at the intersection of Dufferin Street, Toronto, on Saturday, March 8, 4-6pm.

Media Contact:
Christopher Lacroix.
416.554.4112
info@georgiascherman.com

To schedule an interview, request images or obtain more information on the exhibition, please contact the gallery.

Divya Mehra would like to acknowledge the generous support of the Manitoba Arts Council.

Location:
Georgia Scherman Projects
133 Tecumseth Street
Toronto, ON
M6J 2H2
Canada

Tuesday - Friday
10am to 5pm

Saturday
11am to 5pm, or by appointment.


Exhibition Runs:

March 7, 2014 -
April 12, 2014


Posted:
March 11, 2014


EXPERIENCE OF THE PRECISELY SUBLIME

Peter Von Tiesen


CONCRETE LOGIC


Cedric Bomford


VELE

Tobias Zielony

Esker Foundation - Peter Von Tiesen, Cedric Bomford, Tobias Zielony - Jan 18 - May 4 2014

>> Click here for invite (jpg) Esker Invite - Thumb


Location:
Esker Foundation
Fourth Floor
1011 - 9th Avenue
S.E. Calgary, AB
T2G 0H7
+1 403 930 2490



Opening Reception:

January 17, 2014
6:00 - 10:00 PM


Exhibition runs:
January 18 -
May 4, 2014


Posted:
January 8, 2014


SENSING THE FUTURE: MOHOLY-NAGY, MEDIA AND THE ARTS

Curated by Oliver Botar
SENSING THE FUTURE: MOHOLY-NAGY, MEDIA AND THE ARTS


Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is pleased to invite you to the Opening Reception of Sensing the Future: Moholy-Nagy, Media and the Arts on Friday, March 7 at 7:00pm. The reception is free, and all are welcome.

Sensing the Future: Moholy-Nagy, Media and the Arts considers the impact of technology today by exploring how it was addressed in the practice of the Hungarian polymath artist László Moholy-Nagy (1895 – 1946), a key figure in the history of Modernism.

Curated by Oliver Botar, Sensing the Future: Moholy-Nagy, Media and the Arts combines historical artworks with works by contemporary artists. These artists include: Eduardo Aquino (Winnipeg); the team of Nike Arnold, Andreas Haus, Aline Helmcke, Frédéric Krauke and Walter Lenertz (Berlin); Naomi Claire (Baltimore); Lancelot Coar (Winnipeg); Olafur Eliasson (Berlin); Oskar Fischinger; Ken Gregory (Winnipeg); Patrick Harrop (Winnipeg); the team of Gottfried Jäger and Karl Martin Holzhäuser (Bielefeld); Eduardo Kac (Chicago); György Kepes; the team of Jörg U. Lensing, Gudula Schröder, Jürgen Steger, Thomas Neuhaus, Malou Airaudo and Sascha Hardt (Düsseldorf); Erika Lincoln (Winnipeg); Norman McLaren; the team of Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, Galen Johnson, Bob Kotyk and Ryan Simmons (Winnipeg); Bernie Miller (Winnipeg); Lucia Moholy; Francisco Javier Navarro de Zuvillaga (Madrid); Freya Olafson (Winnipeg); István Sebök; and Peter Yeadon (New York).

For more information, please visit the Plug In ICA event page.

Location:
Plug In ICA


Exhibition Runs:

March 7, 2014 -
May 11, 2014

Opening Reception:
March 7, 2014
7:00PM

Posted:
February 25, 2014

 


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Q&A: CEDRIC BOMFORD ON BUILDINGS, BECHERS & MORE [CANADIAN ART]

Q&A: CEDRIC BOMFORD ON BUILDINGS, BECHERS & MORE [CANADIAN ART]

Jan/15/2014

Cedric Bomford, Assistant Professor at the School of Art, discusses the inspiration and history behind his work in an interview with Canadian Art Magazine.

▶ Visit Cedric Bomford's Faculty Profile

CANADIANS FIND THEIR WAY IN LONDON - REVIEW OF EXHIBITION "WHEN THE GRID GOES SOFT" FEATURING CEDRIC BOMFORD [CANADIAN ART]

CANADIANS FIND THEIR WAY IN LONDON - REVIEW OF EXHIBITION "WHEN THE GRID GOES SOFT" FEATURING CEDRIC BOMFORD [CANADIAN ART]

Jan/09/2014

Cedric Bomford, Assistant Professor at the School of Art, featured in Canadian Art for his work in the exhibition When the Grid Goes Soft.

▶ Visit Cedric Bomford's Faculty Profile

Shep Steiner

SHEP STEINER AWARDED UNIVERSITY RESEARCH GRANT FOR THE OUTSIDES OF PHOTOGRAPHY: CALLS FOR LIVING DIFFERENTLY FROM INSIDE THE DEMOCRATIC CRUCIBLE.

Dec/16/2013

Shep Steiner, Assistant Professor at the School of Art, has been awarded a University Research Grant for his project The outsides of photography: Calls for living differently from inside the democratic crucible.

▶ Visit Shep Steiner's Faculty Profile

ERIKA DUECK RANKED #10 IN METRO'S "MANITOBA'S TOP 100 MOST FASCINATING PEOPLE" [UMTODAY]

ERIKA DUECK RANKED #10 IN METRO'S "MANITOBA'S TOP 100 MOST FASCINATING PEOPLE" [UMTODAY]

Dec/11/2013

School of Art alumna, Erika Dueck, took 10th place on Ace Burpee's list of Manitoba's Top 100 Most Fascinating People for her mixed media installation, The Ephemeral Mind.

Dominique Rey featured in Flare magazine, December 2013

REY OF LIGHT - ARTIST DOMINIQUE REY ILLUMINATES THE STRANGER, AND STRANGENESS, WITHIN [Flare Magazine - pdf]

Dec/01/2013

Dominique Rey, Assistant Professor at the School of Art, was featured as one of the profiled celebrities in the December 2013 issue of Flare Magazine.

▶ Visit Dominique Rey's Faculty Profile

VLADIMIR KRAYNYK COMPLETES LARGEST MURAL ON CAMPUS [UMTODAY]

VLADIMIR KRAYNYK COMPLETES LARGEST MURAL ON CAMPUS [UMTODAY]

Nov/15/2013

Vladimir Kraynyk, a fourth year student at the School of Art, has completed the largest mural on campus, spanning 230 feet through the tunnel connecting Extended Education to Architecture.

JOHN PATTERSON WINS FIRST PRIZE AT NUIT BLANCHE COMPETITON [UMTODAY]

JOHN PATTERSON WINS NUIT BLANCHE COMPETITON [UMTODAY]

Oct/30/2013

John Patterson, a third year School of Art student, won first prize in the inaugural Emerging Voices competition at Nuit Blanche Winnipeg.

ROBERT HOULE'S SANDY BAY RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL SERIES ADDED TO SCHOOL OF ART GALLERY COLLECTION [UMTODAY]

ROBERT HOULE'S SANDY BAY RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL SERIES ADDED TO SCHOOL OF ART GALLERY COLLECTION [UMTODAY]

Sep/25/2013

The School of Art Gallery has added this major suite of artworks by Robert Houle to its collection thanks to the 2013 York Wilson Endowment Award, presented by the Canada Council for the Arts.

MONICA MARTINEZ NOMINATED FOR PRESTIGIOUS RBC ART AWARD [UMTODAY]

MONICA MARTINEZ NOMINATED FOR PRESTIGIOUS RBC ART AWARD [UMTODAY]

Sep/12/2013

Monica Mercedes Martinez, one of the first students to graduate from the School of Art’s new Master of Fine Arts program, is a nominee for the RBC Emerging Artist People’s Choice Award.

Hillary Smith - BMO WInner - July 2013

ERIKA DUECK & HILLARY SMITH WIN BMO ART PRIZE [UMTODAY]

Aug/15/2013

Erika Dueck and Hillary Smith, 2013 graduates of the School of Art, won the BMO Financial Group’s 1st Art! prize at the Invitational Student Art Competition.