“The evidence, although it’s only a pilot study, is really positive and supportive that music and dance has this solid, beneficial effect on people with PD.”
A digital storytelling platform that aims to engage citizens from diverse communities and generations in the sharing of stories about the history of visual arts in Hamilton between 1950 and 2000.
Congratulations to Studio Art faculty Carmela Laganse (winner of the Established Arts Award) and Briana Palmer (winner of the Arts Innovation Award), celebrated at the City of Hamilton Arts Awards.
Vesna Trkulja submitted this photo of herself and her peers showcasing the wearable art Vesna made for her 1994 graduating (SUMMA) show.
The School of the Arts – McMaster University invites you to participate in a 2-day professional development workshop on July 2nd / 3rd 2019!
New course this fall! Designing Paradise. Explore eco concepts through creative projects, and more!
This year’s Bedford prize was awarded to Mathew Montani. Mathew wins a $1,000 scholarship, and will be playing at next spring’s Humanities Awards Assembly, where he will receive the Bedford Medal of Excellence in Piano Playing.
Recent Studio Art grad Deeshani Fernando is showcasing her work at the HAVN Gallery, 26 Barton St. E., until May 13th. Reception May 9 from 6-9 pm.
School of the Arts students respond to the natural lands on and surrounding Mac campus. Exhibit in Wilson Atrium April 30 – September 30.
MAPLE Lab’s Michael Schutz is fine-tuning the sound of hospital monitors to make them less annoying and more palatable.