Studio Art graduate Amber Aasman has been nominated in the category of Arts, Culture, Design for this year’s Women of Distinction Awards, sponsored by the YWCA.
Gracing the LR Wilson’s Concert Hall stage with the sounds of clarinet and piano for a Tuesday Lunchtime Concert on February 26 at 12:30 pm!
An exhibition that focuses mainly on sculptors, featuring works from faculty Carmela Laganse, past graduate and instructor Laura Marotta, Donna Akrey and Melissa Bennett (curator). December 8 – May 20.
The politics of social memory and forgetting: who, what and how some events are knowable, while others are not. February 27, 12:15-1:15 pm in KTH-308.
Independent Visions: Level III Studio Art Student Exhibition. Opening January 23rd, McMaster Centre for Continuing Education, 1 James St. N.
Christina Sealey, graduate of McMaster’s Studio Art program, past sessional instructor and visiting artist, is showcasing her work at Toronto’s Red Head Gallery.
Juno-nominated Canadian guitarist and instrumentalist will be showcasing his award-winning talents in the new Concert Hall, LR Wilson building.
Student artwork in response to the McMarsh Initiative will be showcased from Jan. 17-30. Opening ceremony features Daniel Coleman (Yardwork: A Biography of an Urban Place).
Come celebrate the end of term with a holiday concert. Sara Traficante, director, flutes. Mike Schutz, director, percussion. Tuesday, December 4th at 7 pm in the new Concert Hall. Free admission!
Suzanne Shulman and Erica Goodman will be debuting their CD at LIVELab on Dec. 6. For every ticket sold, $5 will be donated to the Student Research Award in memory of Dr. David Gerry.