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.

Gallery-goers sitting underneath Amanda McCavour's work: Neon Clouds.

Textiles faculty Amanda McCavour’s solo shows and artist residency at the Toronto Public Library

Honours Bachelor of Craft and Design: Textiles faculty Amanda McCavour has an exciting fall season ahead, with two solo shows and an artist residency at the Toronto Public Library, which is supported by the Toronto Arts Council Artists in the Library program.

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