2011 Art and Art History Graduating Students Exhibition

First Exhibition:
March 9 - 20, 2011

Second Exhibition:
March 23 - April 3, 2011

First Exhibition

Katherine Adams, Andrea Beiko, Emily van Dop, Laura Evans, Derek Friesen, Brent Hartford, Denise Juckers. Sebastian Koever, Christopher Lengyell, Ann Liao, Curtis Maclean, Emily Mahon, Patti Meris, Katy Montica, Catherine Red, Paola Savasta and Natilee Zulerons

Second Exhibition

Smriti Bhasin, Victoria Borg, Karalyn Darosa, Weijia Feng, Jennifer Giang, Catherine Jeon, Ravneet Karir, Sara Moreno, Shirley Mpagi, Hannah Murray, Breann Ritchie, Karyn Semple, Adam Snowball and Sarah Waterfield

Exhibition Statement

Please join us in congratulating the 2011 graduating students of the Art & Art History Program. This program was established in 1971 when Sheridan College joined with the University of Toronto to create Canada’s first collaborative fine art program between a college and a university. This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the joint program.

This year's graduate exhibitions showcase works from diverse media: video, sculpture, installation, design, painting, drawing, printmaking and photography. These works reflect students’ individual interests, as well as their actions within and reactions to a shifting and indefinable world.

The Art and Art History Program, Sheridan/University of Toronto Mississauga

Graduates of the Art and Art History Program earn both a Diploma in Art and Art History from Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning and an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto Mississauga. The program is designed to provide students with a strong and diverse base of knowledge that prepares them for a broad spectrum of careers within the arts community and beyond. Alumni have pursued careers in teaching, both at the secondary and post-secondary level, while others go onto to earn their Masters in Studio Art or Art History.

For more information on the Art and Art History Program, contact John Armstrong, Program Coordinator at Sheridan, at 905 845-9430, extension 2580 or visit www.artandarthistory.ca

Student Leaders

A special thanks to the following students who taken on key leadership roles in producing this year's graduate exhibitions:

Installation Coordinators for Group #1: Laura Evans & Katy Monica
Installation Coordinators for Group #2: Shirley Mpagi & Denise Juckers
Strike Coordinators: Patti Meris & Sara Moreno
Reception Coordinators: Emily Van Dop & Katherine Adams
Gallery Coordinator: Karen Semple
Editor: Paola Savasta
Designer: Weijia Feng

First Exhibition
Second Exhibition