Dr. Jared Simard will be speaking on the Greco-Roman Gods and the Built Environment of New York City, with focus on the decorative program of Rockefeller Center.
The Toronto Percussion Ensemble presents a FREE lunchtime concert in the brand new Concert Hall, L.R. Wilson building. Tuesday, January 23rd, 12:30 pm.
Valerie Tryon, past associate professor of music, McMaster’s first artist-in-residence and honorary doctorate recipient, has been appointed to the Order of Canada.
Dylan Robinson, a scholar of Stó:lō descent, and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts at Queens University, will be on campus January 15 & 16.
New course for Winter 2018: ART HISTORY 2T03: Art, Theatre and Music in the Enlightenment. Open to all students Year 2 and up. Enrol now!
Thinking of studying Studio Art at McMaster? Applicants must meet general entrance requirements to Humanities and pass our portfolio interview. You will have the opportunity to meet faculty and students, see our facilities, and have your questions and concerns answered, so that you can make an informed choice about your future studies.
Music Auditions for entry to the Music Program in September 2018
Hamilton: A View From Here is a mixed-media trip through the city’s history and streetscapes, combining work from two courses taught by associate professor Judy Major-Girardin.
The steel pan, drums, guitar and keyboard make up The Joy Lapps Project, an Afro and Latin-Carbbean Jazz, R&B and Soul group. In the new Concert Hall on Friday, Feb. 2nd, 8 pm.
…Of Time and Place. Music director: Joseph Resendes. Performed in the Concert Hall of the new L.R. Wilson building. December 3rd, 3-5 pm.