Thank you, Dr. Zabudsky, and good evening everyone. This truly is an honour to be asked to speak to you tonight. Look at all these happy faces. Well you have done it, you have delivered unto the world the best artistic talent of 2014. You must be exhausted: the late nights, the stress, the demands, the balance of work and school. I am talking to you friends and families, it is a lot of work getting these people through school and you have done it. Graduates, give your friends and families a hand for their endurance. It was thirty years ago when I first put my friends and family through the obstacle course that was me graduating from Design School. I was 5 going into the program. In preparation for tonight I was trying to tap into the mind of today’s graduate to explore what may be fundamentally the same… Read More
Photography Alumna Emily Cooper is showing her work as part of an exhibit entitled ‘Dreamers” ‘Dreamers’ encompasses a collection of artworks tailored to the styles of both the twentieth-century art movement Surrealism, as well as dream like Figurative paintings. The collection aims to embody the contradictory conditions of dreams and reality. It is an exhibition with strong references to the real world, but with perspective and concepts applied uniquely by each artist, changing the reality into a dream; ultimately forcing reactions unique to each individual viewer. The exhibit runs from March 18th to March 30th at Arta Gallery, 14 Distillery Lane, M5A 3C4, Distillery District. You can view more of Emily’s work at www.emilycooperphotography.ca You can read more about Sheridan’s Bacherlor of Photography program here.