2013 Art and Art History Graduating Students Exhibition

First Exhibition:
March 20 - 31 2013

Second Exhibition:
April 3 - 14, 2013

First Exhibition

Anthony Bellavia, Anita Bir, Karly Boileau, Taylor Bosada, Siobhan Burbidge, Frances Cordero de Bolanos, Daniel Deus, Rebecca D'Onofrio, Hanna Grunow-Harsta, Dorothea Hines, Zack Honey, Li Fan Huang, Olga Klosowski, Adriana Lychacz, Melissa Moss, Stacy Ng, Kristen Parry, Tanya Petrina, Crystal Rosbrook, Katherine Salgo and Elizaveta Semechko

Second Exhibition

Diana Angelescu, Lauren Baker, Samantha Banyard, Bethany Bosma, Sabrina Brown, Emily Cadger, Natalie Chung, Erin Doane, Kara Firth, Dayna Gamelin, Liz Gibbs, Stephanie Hagendorn, Amanda Inglis, Ebony Jansen, Alexandra Khosravi, Ming Lau, AnnaLiisa Ollila, Lesley Savoie, Melina Sevilla, Ashley St Pierre and Mackenzie Veldboom

Exhibition Statement

We are thrilled to announce the Art and Art History Graduate Exhibitions of 2013, Double Crossing. Divided into two parts, these exhibitions proudly mark the end of one chapter and the beginning of another for the graduates. Each student has learned to engage with the world visually and apply these experiences in their work. Students have studied photography, print media, drawing, painting, design, performance, sound, video, sculpture and installation at Sheridan; while at the University of Toronto students have pursued theory, art history and visual culture. This juxtaposed education has fostered an environment where each student has been encouraged to thrive for excellence. Now at this stage, their Double Crossing, each artist will exhibit one of their pieces before stepping into the world to become informed promoters of visual expression as well as teachers, graduate students or professional artists.

- Alexandra Khosravi, A & AH Graduate Student


The Art and Art History Program

Students graduating from the Art and Art History program receive both an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto Mississauga and a Diploma in Art and Art History from Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. 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: Stephanie Hagendorn & Lesley Savoie
Installation Coordinators for Group #2: Siobhan Burbidge & Dayna Gamelin
Strike Coordinators: Kara Firth & Liz Secord Gibbs
Reception Coordinators: Lauren Baker & Lai Lau
Gallery Coordinator: Bethany Bosma
Editor: Alexandra Khosravi
Designer: Natalie Chung

Photo Gallery