Presentation Title

On Repeat: An Exploration of Motifs and Autobiography

Presenter Information

Location

TRU Art Gallery (in Old Main)

Start Date

23-3-2018 5:15 PM

End Date

23-3-2018 5:45 PM

Abstract

On Repeat: An Exploration of Motifs and Autobiography is an exhibition of artworks created by thirteen students in VISA 1020, Art Foundation 2. These artworks play off centuries-old pictorial conventions of wallpaper and have provided the students with opportunity to explore imagery of personal interest at the same time as learning the workings of some aspects of digital imaging technologies. This exhibition is the first of three separate exhibition opportunities that, together with one downtown and one in Brooklyn, encourage students in this course to conceptualize artistic exhibition as a primary form of dissemination in their field of study.

The exhibition includes artworks by: Cheyanne Abbott, Elisabeth Allchin, Maria-Elena Fava, Andreya Hoy, Meradith Jackson, Patricia Klohn, Ronald Ninsiima, Aliyah Nute, Caleb Oman, Alisha Samreen, Brooklyn Soucie, Abigail Strebchuk, Monica Wing.

Visual Arts’ annual graduating exhibition will open on the evening of April 20 and will include the work of students graduating from the Bachelor of Fine Arts Program, the Visual Arts Minor, the Visual Arts Diploma and from certificate programs.

Department

Visual and Performing Arts

Faculty Advisor

Lea Bucknell

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Mar 23rd, 5:15 PM Mar 23rd, 5:45 PM

On Repeat: An Exploration of Motifs and Autobiography

TRU Art Gallery (in Old Main)

On Repeat: An Exploration of Motifs and Autobiography is an exhibition of artworks created by thirteen students in VISA 1020, Art Foundation 2. These artworks play off centuries-old pictorial conventions of wallpaper and have provided the students with opportunity to explore imagery of personal interest at the same time as learning the workings of some aspects of digital imaging technologies. This exhibition is the first of three separate exhibition opportunities that, together with one downtown and one in Brooklyn, encourage students in this course to conceptualize artistic exhibition as a primary form of dissemination in their field of study.

The exhibition includes artworks by: Cheyanne Abbott, Elisabeth Allchin, Maria-Elena Fava, Andreya Hoy, Meradith Jackson, Patricia Klohn, Ronald Ninsiima, Aliyah Nute, Caleb Oman, Alisha Samreen, Brooklyn Soucie, Abigail Strebchuk, Monica Wing.

Visual Arts’ annual graduating exhibition will open on the evening of April 20 and will include the work of students graduating from the Bachelor of Fine Arts Program, the Visual Arts Minor, the Visual Arts Diploma and from certificate programs.