Fifteen third-year students in the Art and Art History Program were featured in a student-run art exhibition titled The Middle Child, held from July 13 until 25 in the Dignam Gallery in the Women’s Art Association in Toronto. The title of the exhibition refers to the third-year students – with one more year until graduation. Now an annual event, the program provides students with an opportunity to exhibit their own work in a gallery setting in preparation for their fourth year work. Read More
Congratulations to the 2018 Art and Art History graduating class on their thesis exhibitions, Halfway and Between.
Halfway / Between is a two-part exhibition that considers the interstice between the internal and external in the work presented by the 2018 graduating class of the UTM and Sheridan joint Art and Art History Program. Exploring the concept of interstice as the space between two things (often a small or narrow space), the exhibition highlights the transitional place that these emerging artists currently occupy, as they prepare to create a life outside of the University as an institution. The exhibition reflects on the space between artists, and considers the physical (external) forms of their work as well as the internal spaces that inform their practices; somewhere halfway. Read More