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Left to Right: Work by Takashi Iwasaki and Netsanet Shawl

School of Art Students Takashi Iwasaki and Netsanet Shawl Selected for Prestigious ICAF Next Generation X RBC Emerging Artists Project

On May 13, 2024, the ICAF Next Generation X RBC Emerging Artists Project officially announced the selection of emerging artists for the ICAF Next Generation feature. This project aims to highlight the next generation of ceramic artists in Canada. With support from the RBC Emerging Artists Project, these artists are being showcased virtually, offering a glimpse into the innovative work emerging from post-secondary ceramics programs across the country. Among the distinguished artists are Takashi Iwasaki and Netsanet Shawl, both MFA students from the School of Art. Their exceptional work and dedication have earned them a place in this esteemed project, highlighting the bright future of contemporary art.

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