Introducing the Graduating Student Award!

This year, Sheridan is launching a new program of art awards for students in their graduating year. This program is intended to recognize outstanding work in the graduating classes at Sheridan and to acquire exceptional artworks to be displayed on our creative campuses.

For each artwork selected by the curatorial committee, students will be awarded $500 and the work will be included in the Sheridan Public Art Collection.

The Sheridan Public Art Collection is a curated selection of artwork by Sheridan alumni, students, faculty and emeritus faculty. Works from the collection have been exhibited across our three campuses and is intended to foster and showcase Sheridan’s unique creative legacy. Read More

2016 Livestreaming Contest

This year's winning proposal. By Hugh Lai, Jessica Nguyen and Suri Yang developed in their Design class, taught by Jay Wilson, and mentored additionally by technologist Alex Geddie.

Hugh Lai, Jessica Nguyen and Suri Yang developed in their Design class, taught by Jay Wilson, and mentored additionally by technologist Alex Geddie.

Last year, Sheridan’s Faculty of Animation, Arts and Design, in collaboration with Sheridan’s Institute for Creativity, put out a call for students to propose projects and installations that would enhance outdoor spaces on campus. “Livestreaming” is a reference to the streams that flow through the Trafalgar Campus. Students were invited to work individually or in teams and to collaborate across programs or Faculties in order to develop installation concepts for this project. Read More

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