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Heavy Metal Exhibition

You’re invited to visit the President’s Corridor (2nd floor Gilmour Hall) for some heavy metal of a different kind! This group exhibition features student work from the Concentrated Foundry course in Studio Art.

Heather Vida-Moore and Cassandra Ferguson, both McMaster alumni, are the featured artists in Objectivity as Illusion, on special exhibit until May 31.

Rachel Finnerty was acknowledged at the YWCA Hamilton’s Women of Distinction Awards for her work in the area of Health. Professor Finnerty is a Music program instructor of Music 2MT3 (Practice of Music Therapy) and Music 2MU3 (Music Therapy Research).

The Mills Learning Commons competition was funded by the MSU through the Student Life Enhancement Fund, part of a number of improvements to the Learning Commons funded by grant. The Innis Library competition was held in celebration of its 40th anniversary and was funded by McMaster University Library. The prize for each competition was $1000.

This weekend, the McMaster School of the Arts and the Museum celebrated the Studio Art Class of 2016 in their graduation exhibition, Exit Strategy (also known as SUMMA 2016).

Congratulations to the art students who won commissions to place work in libraries on campus. Stephanie Grant’s painting hangs in the Learning Commons on the 2nd floor of Mills Library and a new collaborative mixed media work by Tess Visser, Riley Vanderzee, Maria Simmons and Kristina Durka now hangs in Innis Library in KTH.

For the second time, Professor Simon Wood has won the MSU Teaching Award for Humanities. It was Professor Wood’s dynamic teaching style in Term 1 Music 2II3 that earned him yet another nomination from his students.

Mac Choir: Pax (Peace)

Peace. Please join the McMaster Choir for two performances: The Peaces of McMaster Showcase and PAX…the peace within, celebrating different perspectives on peace through the arts.