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SUMMA Show 2019: Counterpoint

Graduating McMaster BFA Student Exhibition

McMaster School of the Arts
Guest Curator: Hitoko Okada
April 6 – 19, 2019

270 Sherman Ave N, Hamilton, ON L8L 6N4
OPENING RECEPTION and AWARDS: Saturday, April 6, 11 am – 3 pm at The Cotton Factory

Since entering the McMaster Studio Art program in 2015, our class has developed and grown as individuals and as a group. There is harmony found within the juxtaposition of our individual concepts, thoughts, and ideas. By contrasting one another, we make way to highlight the individuality of each respective artist; not overpowering each other, but forming a melodic equilibrium. With the elements of our art practices merging and influencing one another, Counterpoint is a commemoration of experiences and artistic endeavours.

– The McMaster BFA Class of 2019

The Artists

Norah Andresen, Lucia Cackovic, Jayda Conti, Sean Cooper, Neville Dennis, Deeshani Fernando, Safiyyah Figaro, Deanna Gallo, Meghan Giudice, Andjelija Jancic, Emily Kester, Katherine A. Laird, Caroline Eun-ae Lee, Anthony Lok, Robyn McCallum, Delaney McVeigh, Audrey Pearson, Josh Ravenhill, Jason Lee Rhyno

Follow the graduating class on Instagram @mcmastersumma2019 for a preview of their work.

McMaster University BFA Program

Studio Art at McMaster University is a small, highly-selective program, giving students exceptional opportunities to gain in-depth knowledge of numerous areas of study, including printmaking, drawing, sculpture, painting, mixed-media, installation, and ceramics/foundry. Along with major studio courses, this allows students to build a significant body of work and to explore and develop their artistic talents. Find out more.

*McMaster Museum of Art has hosted the Studio Art Graduation exhibition for more than 30 years, but had to close from March 19 – August 23, 2019 for environmental systems upgrades full details. We are pleased that an alternate location has been found for 2019, we continue to support the students activities and sponsor the art student awards, and look forward to future SUMMA presentations.

This donation page will allow those who couldn’t make it to any of the fundraising events a chance to help students reach their goal.  By donating to the show, you will be helping students fund the costs of the venue, creating a catalogue, as well as the extra costs associated with putting on a collective show.