A small group of Sheridan students and faculty posing for a picture in the snow while in Thunder Bay.

Furniture students collaborate with Indigenous community in Thunder Bay

In January, a group of our third-year Furniture students and faculty from the Bachelor of Craft and Design program traveled to Thunder Bay for a new studio project. This project is a unique collaboration with the Thunder Bay Indigenous community for the design and fabrication of furniture for the Indigenous Knowledge Centre located in the Brodie Branch of the Thunder Bay Library, a historic Carnegie Library built in 1911.

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A gilded metal frame in the shape of a greenhouse. The frame sits on a raised white platform that holds plant life. The display is in the Sheridan Library at the Trafalgar campus.

Temporary Contemporary 2020 now on display in the Trafalgar Library

The 2019-2020 Temporary Contemporary program invited proposals from artists and designers across Canada to envision and implement a public site-specific installation at the Trafalgar Campus in Oakville. Artists were encouraged to propose works that considered the unique Trafalgar Campus community and respond to its history and surrounding natural landscape. The chosen artwork, Indeterminate Growth, is now on display in the Trafalgar Library.

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