ArtChange: Unmasking Rape Culture explores the intersection of contemporary art, gender, and sexuality through the lens of scholars, performances, and visual artists.
Explore their artwork NOW before they graduate! An exhibition of selected works will be showcased at Earls Court Gallery on Ottawa Street. Opening reception: Thursday, November 16th, 7-9pm.
McMaster’s School of the Arts presents the world premiere of the English translation of Women and Servants by Lope de Vega.
The MCO presents Birds of a Feather. Works by Mozart, Bach, Honegger and Respighi. Susan Barber Kahro, Director. Featuring Sara Traficante, flute solo. Sunday, Nov. 12th, 3 pm.
Barbara Fuchs presents Love Knows No Master, a talk on Lope de Vega’s Women and Servants, Saturday, November 11, at 7 pm in the new Concert Hall.
Award-winning santur performer Amir Amiri brings the sounds of Persia to McMaster. All are welcome to attend this free lunchtime concert, Tuesday, November 7th!
Students of ART 2ER3 and ART 3PD3 invite you to their exhibition which features paintings, and a collaborative felted map inspired by the City of Hamilton. 1 James Street North (2nd floor). Until November 30th.
Students from ART 1OS3 and ART 2ER3 reflect on water. Artist books were on view Tuesday, October 3 from 2:30 – 5 pm.
Exhibition featuring artists Dina Hamed, Evan Jamieson-Eckel, Ric Langlois and Teyewennarakwas. Until October 6th, 2017, in the Fitzhenry Studios and Atrium.
Dr. Sabine Noack-Haley presents The Medieval Artist, 9th to 14th Century: Forms of Self-Representation