POST BY RONNI ROSENBERG: Four years ago, we created the Campus Enhancement task force. One of its mandates has been to enhance Sheridan’s common spaces with public art. Committed to public creativity, the work of this group is now aligned to Sheridan’s Institute for Creativity. In addition to creating the The Temporary Contemporary project—an annual … Continue reading
Livestreaming at Sheridan College A Creative Campus initiative Sponsored by the Faculty of Animation, Arts and Design To draw attention to Sheridan’s streams and to ensure their continued health and survival Sheridan is launching a project called Livestreaming. The Faculty of Animation Arts and Design is sponsoring this project as part of the creative campus … Continue reading
Bachelor of Photography coordinator Rafael Goldchain spoke at the Five Artist Speaker Series last Friday, while also premiering his new photography exhibition titled “I Am My Family“. Princeton Architectural Press had this to say on the opening: “Old family photo albums are fascinating. If you’re lucky enough to own one, you’ve probably spent hours poring … Continue reading
Two short films from Sheridan’s Animation programs will headline the upcoming 14th annual Canada’s Top Ten Film festival. The selections were announced on December 1st, as both “Tomonster” and “Never Stop Cycling” will compete in the festival with other films from all over Canada. The event is presented by TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). New … Continue reading
Sheridan ceramics students held their second Mug and Bowl sale of the year yesterday at the college. New works were glazed and fired, with all the proceeds going to the student’s Clay Club. The event ran from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. For more information on the ceramics program, visit their site here.
Sheridan College’s own Chris Walsh, professor for the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Animation program, released the latest trailer for his upcoming horror short film “The Shutterbug Man”. Walsh described the film in this way: “It was a chance to contribute to the dark gallery of cinematic monsters that our culture finds both repulsive and alluring.” … Continue reading