Art and Art History Therefore I Am

Art & Art History Grads Unveil “Therefore, I Am” Exhibition

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2017 Animation Industry Day

Over the course of two days, Sheridan welcomed industry representatives from all over the world for its annual Animation Industry Day event. The specific intent of the Industry Day event is to showcase the talents of our graduating classes from the Visual Effects, Computer Animation, Digital Character Animation and the Honours Bachelor of Animation programs. Read More

2017 Interaction Design Graduate Exhibition | Into the Wild

On April 19, the Honours Bachelor of Interaction Design‘s Class of 2017 showcased a variety of projects on their year-end showcase at SapientRazorfish. Over the course of four years, students have gained experience in areas of web design, app design, 3D modeling, storytelling, product design, branding, programming, AR/VR, UI/UX design, and much more. Read More

2017 Photography Graduate Showcase

On May 2nd, the Honours Bachelor of Photography class of 2017 unveiled their graduating exhibition as part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Read More

2017 Illustration Graduate Exhibition | UNSEEN

Congratulations to Sheridan College’s Illustration Class of 2017! Read More

2017 Visual Merchandising Arts Grad Exhibition | BrandX8

Sheridan’s Visual Merchandising Arts Program held their annual Year End Show & Portfolio Exhibit at Toronto’s OnlyOneGallery.  The second year students identified and created a narrative which was designed to express current retail trends, and each year “Brand X” lives on with a new and innovative theme.   Read More

2017 Art and Art History Grad Exhibitions | VERGE

Congratulations to the 2017 Art and Art History graduating class on their thesis exhibition, Verge. The word verge refers to a state of transition, and can simultaneously mean a border, an edge, or an approach to a boundary. The graduating artists in this exhibition are, likewise, transitioning into new opportunities and experiences, as well as fluctuating between cultural discourses that affect understandings of the self. Their works explore the boundaries experienced between endings and beginnings, the past and the future, the self and the other. Read More

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