exhibition News Archive
July 23, 2021 —
School of Art officially launches its 2021 BFA Honours Exhibition website! Celebrating the talent, creativity, and determination of our students.
May 24, 2021 —
The School of Art and School of Art Gallery are pleased to present four thesis exhibitions and oral examinations by Master of Fine Art students Casey Koyczan, Mahsa Merci, Hye yeon Shin, Julianna Zwierciadlowska-Rhymer.
March 1, 2021 —
The School of Art Gallery re-opens by appointment
School of Art Gallery virtual exhibition: PAWS: Protest, Activism, Whimsy and Self Care in Animal Crossing
February 22, 2021 —
Virtual exhibition shows how a slow, sweet game of social relationships, crafting, and exploration became the stage for global tensions and tensions of the heart.
January 14, 2021 —
Curated by Blair Fornwald, Director/Curator — January 21 to March 13, 2021
January 13, 2021 —
Featuring Gabrielle L'Hirondelle Hill, Katie Lyle, and Ella Dawn McGeough. Curated by Lillian O’Brien Davis — January 21 to March 13, 2021
November 26, 2020 —
The School of Art and School of Art Gallery are pleased to present thesis exhibitions and oral examinations by two Master of Fine Art students: Sahar Abarasteh and Michelle Gagné-Orr.
November 5, 2020 —
School of Art Gallery presents One Queer City, a multi-site exhibition that revisits and builds upon the premises of One Gay City, a not-fully-realized public art installation by collaborative duo Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan, who created three prints for transit shelters in 1997.
Grace Nickel and Michael Zajac among the recipients of the Manitoba Craft Council’s Judith Ryan Award 2020
September 10, 2020 —
School of Art Associate Professor, Grace Nickel, and Sessional Instructor, Michael Zajac, are among the recipients of the Manitoba Craft Council’s Judith Ryan Award 2020 for their collaborative works in Lens Reflex, a juried exhibition exploring the intersection between fine craft and photography.
August 29, 2019 —
The Witness Blanket exhibition documents the impact of residential schools through objects reclaimed from the residential schools, band offices, communities, churches, government and other traditional and cultural structures