Art & Art History Student Anran Guo wins one of three Best-in-Show Awards in the Shelley Peterson Student Art Exhibition
The University of Toronto Shelley Peterson Student Art Exhibition showcases the talent and excellence of undergraduates in the University of Toronto’s tri-campus visual studies programs. Curated by Guest Curatorial Mentor Renée van der Avoird (Associate Curator at the MacLaren Art Centre) and U of T Masters of Museum Studies students Shauna Taylor, Emilie Albert-Toth, Karley Staskus, the exhibition comprises work by students in U of T’s three visual arts programs: Art and Art History (Sheridan/UT Mississauga), Visual Studies (UT St. George Campus), and Visual and Performing Arts (UT Scarborough). Read More
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