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Students worked together to created large scale 4′ x 8′ prints in preparation for an exhibition.
Canadian Art, Canada’s leading arts magazine, has listed Ignition 5 as a “Must-See” art exhibit in last week’s nation-wide exhibit listing, as well as a mention in their News In Brief section.
This term’s Visiting Artist Program showcases an eclectic selection of exhibitions, panel discussions, workshops, and talks by artists and art historians.
Niagara’s Momentum Choir, a choir for adults with developmental disabilities, collaborates with the McMaster Choirs. Come and witness how people from all walks of life can celebrate song in a profound and meaningful way.
Ignition is an awards exhibition providing a launchpad to ignite emerging artists’ careers.
These creative projects engage with ideas of the “photographic falsifier,” hybridity, and montage.
Professor Michael Schutz was featured on CBC’s special about how scientists and musicians explore the affect of music on the human mind and body.
If you intend to study studio art at McMaster, you must meet the general entrance requirements to the Faculty of Humanities and pass our portfolio interview.
Matthew Woolhouse, assistant professor of music and founder of The Digital Lab, was awarded the Synergy Award at McMaster’s eighth Innovation Showcase.