“Beautifully Broken” by Faculty Vlad Kabelik About Photographer Rafael Goldchain Showing At Toronto Jewish Film Fest
Sheridan faculty Vlad Kabelik produced the film “Beautifully Broken” The Life and Work of Rafael Goldchain” about fellow faculty member Rafael Goldchain, which is follows the latter’s career as a photographer. The documentary will play at Toronto’s Jewish Film Festival on Wednesday April 17 at 6:30pm at the ROM (100 Queen’s Park Circle), and on Sunday April 21 at 4:30pm at Cineplex Odeon Sheppard Cinemas (4861 Yonge St).
With the end of this school year comes a wave of exhibits by Sheridan Animation, Arts and Design students. This week, the Sheridan Gallery at Trafalgar campus has taken on a distinctive woody smell as graduating students of the Crafts and Design: Furniture program display their final projects. Included are many imaginative table, chair and cabinet designs, many of which are also for sale to the public.
If you did not get a chance to check out this exhibit, do not despair! All the graduating Crafts and Design students in the furniture, glass, textiles and ceramics programs will have their work exhibited at the gallery during our Open House, on April 27th. The Arts Open House will include many exhibits and special demonstrations worth seeing. We hope to see you there!