Internationally recognized photojournalist, York University Visual Arts alumnus Larry Towell (BFA 1976) has his seventh solo show at Stephen Bulger Gallery this fall.
Professor Brandon Vickerd of the Visual Art and Art History Department is presenting a new commissioned installation at Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex as part of Possible Futures: What is to be done? the Windsor-Essex Triennial of Contemporary Art running October 4, 2014 to January 11, 2015. Kiki Athanassiadis, Patrick Cull, Svava Thordis Juliusson and […]
Michelle MacKinnon is no stranger to success when it comes to the Kingston Arts Council’s Juried Art Salon. Two years ago, she won the emerging artist award.
Natasha Chaykowski, an emerging writer and curator and a graduate student in Art History at York University, has been awarded the Canadian Art Foundation Editorial Residency for 2014 reported Canadian Art May 22.
Visual Arts Professor Nina Levitt is one of many international artists featured in an exhibition at the AGO celebrating WorldPride 2014.
Loop Gallery presents Yvonne Singer, just in time (or hanging by a thread).
Dr. Sarah Parsons’ new eBook on William Notman now available for download.
Dan Adler is guest curating this spring and summer at the AGO, Francis Bacon and Henry Moore:
Terror and Beauty, April 5 – July 20.
For the seventh consecutive year, Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts hosts a juried group show featuring works by 12 graduating students from the BFA program in York University’s Department of Visual Art & Art History.
Goldfarb Lecture in Visual Arts