The Bachelor of Design Program created an In Situ Installation–designed for the seating area between the B and C wings. This was a large scale project that took up the whole seating area, made up of sharp geometric shapes and colourful tape. For this in situ installation, the students needed to keep specific dimensions in mind and work to a scale for the chosen location. Collaboration was a key part of this installation, as everyone would be contributing to a ‘superform’ or whole unit. The forms were created as rectilinear shapes with angular edges for ease of connection by interlocking, nesting and stacking. Even though the students were given a tight timeframe to design, execute and display this project (due to the condensed spring term), they constructed something bold and dynamic –a visual gift for everyone who passed by.
Art Fundamentals coordinator Peter Palermo organized a special event called iMAGiCON for his summer students to reap the rewards of their work. Hosted by the Trafalgar campus student bar, The Marquee, students were encouraged to dress in costume for prizes. Then faculty gathered to present student awards. The winner were: Drawing Systems 1. Rossiter,Grace Arlene 2. Rueda,Richelle 3. Lucio, Michaela Paige 3D Design 1rd – Richelle Rueda 2nd – Andres Ocampo 3st – Danielle Ferri Intro to Painting 1.Lucio,Michaela Paige 2. Richelle Rueda 3. Pak Kwan Sin 2D Design 1. Daniel Ferri 2. Sunny Huang 3 . Amanda Malott Honourable mention: 4 . Alexandra Raymond 5 . Timothy Joyce Figure Drawing 1st prize- Grace Rossiter 2nd prize- Tyler Macneish 3rd prize- Richelle Rueda The Canada project winners First – Michaela Lucio Second – Raeanne Coyne Third – Liliann Lozanovski This past summer, Sheridan offered all of our core Art Fundamentals courses,… Read More