Free and open to everyone are two September events for outdoor lovers and the nature curious: Coldwater Creek Valley Tour, and Princess Point Hike & Canoe Trip.
RESCHEDULED TO SATURDAY, APRIL 21ST. Fourth-year Art program students present their annual culminating showcase of work in McMaster’s Museum of Art. Reception in TSH 114.
McMaster’s School of the Arts’ Honours Performance Series features work of students from the graduating class of the Theatre and Film Studies program working in collaboration with third year students designers.
The President’s Corridor showcases a dynamic display of hybrid practices from students of Art 3PD3, New Directions in Painting and Drawing. Gilmour Hall 238. Until Dec. 6th.
ArtChange: Unmasking Rape Culture explores the intersection of contemporary art, gender, and sexuality through the lens of scholars, performances, and visual artists.
All the information you need to sign-up for each ensemble can be found here
When Rachael Finnerty introduced music therapy to McMaster in 2010, little did she know how popular it would become. Her newest venture is the creation of the Ontario Music Therapy Academy.
This community-engaged theatre pilot project explores the narratives that circulate about life in Hamilton.
A collection of Studio Art work capturing the urban, industrial and natural landscapes of Hamilton can be seen on display in the President’s Corridor
Please join the McMaster University Choir (Rachel Rensink-Hoff, conductor) as they present an Advent Choral Service. Wednesday November 30th | 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM | McMaster Divinity College Chapel.