Alex Zaranek, Research Assistant for Digital Music Lab, is on his way to Germany for six months to undertake an internship in 3D graphics and virtual rendering at the Technical University of Braunschweig.
Dr. Cynthia Robinson, Cornell University History of Art Chair, and Medieval-Islamic Art specialist, will be presenting a talk on November 10th.
McMaster’s Women’s Choir will be performing at Hamilton Central Library today. The event launches McMaster’s Centre for Community-Engaged Narrative Arts, and celebrates artists Cees & Annerie van Gemerden.
Piotr Myslakowski is recognized as one of Poland’s leading experts on the life and work of Fryderyk Chopin. You are invited to listen to his lecture on October 4th.
For over 35 years her work has been an exploration of the relationship between human experience, memory, language and the land, and the impact they have on each other.
The exhibition takes place from September 16- November 13 at the Thames Art Gallery in Chatham-Kent. Opening reception on September 16th, 2016.
Judy Major-Girardin, Associate Professor in the Studio Art program, is currently exhibiting a print in Stand Out Prints 2016: Juried International Print Exhibition at Highpoint Centre for Printmaking in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Studio Art faculty member Sally McKay was on the curatorial committee for this year’s Supercrawl, Hamilton’s annual art and music festival.
The psychotherapeutic benefits are many for local residents who are participating in the Dance with Parkinson’s project.
Directed by Dr. Matthew Woolhouse, the Dance for Parkinson’s project’s demonstration video shows how the dance system works.