A video still from Dark Holler showing the top of a mountain.

Art and Art History professor David Poolman screens video work Dark Holler in Scotland Festival

David Poolman, professor of Drawing, Video, and Sound in Art and Art History has a thriving practice in documentary and experimental media. Together with his artistic partner, Jeremy Drummond, he has traveled to the United States to document landscapes, research old-time music, and to interview communities throughout Central Appalachia. The result of this work is a project titled Dark Holler, which exhibited at Alchemy: Moving Image and Sound Festival in Scotland this past spring.

The middle child poster with black and white text.

Art and Art History presents The Middle Child

Third-year Art and Art History students presented the 7th rendition of The Middle Child from July 18 – 25, 2019 at the Dignam Gallery, Women’s Art Association of Canada, located in Toronto. This student-led exhibition showcases their artistic and curatorial talents.

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