School of Art Student Gallery
The School of Art Student Gallery offers ever-changing exhibitions throughout the academic year, generally on view for one to two weeks, and are organized by School of Art Students working in conjunction with the Student Art Curatorial Selection Committee.
Gallery Location: 158H Taché Arts Complex, University of Manitoba (Map)
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No Place Like:
a multi-media exhibition of art about home
Opening Reception: September 20, 6:30 - 9:00 pm
No Place Like is a multi-media exhibition which explores the complex and unique relationship one has to their place of residence, community, and geographic location. Through a vast array of media including painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, video, and more, each work embodies a connection to the people, places, or ideologies we may call “home” and the enduring memories - both positive and negative - which envelop them.
Curated by Sapphire Moon Moroz
Featuring: Brian Guevarra, Brody McQueen, Cecilia-Sif Thompson, Charli Feener, Ela Wasney, Herlinda Dalayoan, Mackenzie Anderson Linklater, Margot Morrish, Mishelle Aminov Kosonovsky, Maria R. Martin, Leah Gertzen, Max Blue, Megan Whyte, Nona Niroumand, Rebecca Smith, Sapphire Moon Moroz, Shan Pullan, Sharyn Gutierrez, Syd Caldwell, Sydney Dahle
September 20-27, 2023
Students at the School of Art value the opportunity to both exhibit their work and program the gallery space with an ongoing series of solo and group exhibitions. The learning experience afforded by preparing for and mounting exhibitions is especially important to furthering professional creative practices.
Solo, group, and curated shows are all welcome in any medium ranging from painting to performance, audio to animation, and everything in-between, including traditional and expanded practices, and interdisciplinary works. Exhibitions will typically run for one or two weeks, but we welcome proposals for exhibitions, events, performances, and/or happenings for shorter lengths of time.