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Exhibits

  • The GL.TCH Exhibition August 24, 2016

    Experience the GL.TCH Exhibition. Opening night is Thursday April 6, 2017 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm; the show runs from April 7 to April 20, 2017 (9:00 am to 9:00 pm, weekdays, and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. on Saturdays).

  • BROKEN TELE/VISION: An experiment in successive visualizations Amanda Beattie and Frank Mulvey•January 27, 2016

    This project is a variant on the game of "Broken Telephone". Artists and writers conveyed images and words to each other in a chain of 20-minute sketches and 100-word texts.

  • The VISION(S) Exhibition August 26, 2015

    Experience the VISION(S) Exhibition. A dynamic aspect of SPACE’S activities each year is the annual exhibition that is mounted in the Warren G. Flowers Gallery.

  • Annie the Giraffe Yu Xiang Ren•April 8, 2015

    Annie the Giraffe is a virtual exhibit of sketchbook work by Illustration & Design student Yu Xiang Ren. The images develop a humorous character design with a giraffe theme.

  • Resurrexerit Mundi Yu Xiang Ren•April 1, 2015

    Resurrexerit Mundi is a virtual exhibit of sketchbook work by Illustration & Design student Yu Xiang Ren. The images develop character and environment design with insects as the theme.

  • Transculturation: The Reevaluation of Tourism Nancy Pettinicchio•September 23, 2014

    A reflection and reassement of what it means to be a tourist in Italy.

  • The TRANS— Exhibition August 20, 2014

    Join us for the grand opening of the TRANS— Exhibition: Thursday, March 26 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, in the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery of Dawson College (4001 de Maisonneuve West).

  • The Madness Within Mathieu Larone•March 15, 2014

    These images are taken from the sketchbook of Mathieu Larone, showing his restless and energetic drawings of characters who express the "untapped flow of madness that is hidden in all of us".

  • EMISSARIES - The Process of Creation Frank Mulvey•February 19, 2014

    Frank Mulvey, artist in the Fine Arts Despartment of Dawson College, explains how he developed the drawing entitled Emissaries with both traditional and digital media and techniques.  This piece is exhibited in the Fine Arts Faculty Biennial 11 show until March 6, 2014.

  • Saw the Splendor interview by Marie Ashley Nelson•February 15, 2014

    Time has this ability to show the vulnerability in what it gradually consumes.

    - Osheen Harruthoonyan

  • Princess and the P Juan L. Gomez-Perales•February 12, 2014

    Juan L. Gomez-Perales has created a kinetic piece Princess and the P  that references an artwork invisible to us.  See this piece in the Fine Arts Faculty Biennial 11 exhibition at Dawson College in the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery. 

  • The Collisions Exhibition Frank Mulvey•October 4, 2013

    Visit the Collisions Exhibition!  Experience different points of view on this theme in the form of writing, artwork, scientific analysis, constructions, and other items.

  • Multiple Ways Marie Ashley Nelson•September 26, 2013

    Multiple ways to make time stand still

  • Back to the Future: Letterhead Design of the 1960s Frank Mulvey•May 8, 2013

    The exhibited letterheads provide a snapshot of the state of graphic design of the 1960s.

  • The Human Body Exhibition Frank Mulvey•April 25, 2013

    Check out The Human Body Exhibition!

  • The Art of Stan Roach Stan Roach•February 9, 2013

    A glimpse into the epic career of award winning cartoonist Stan Roach. 

  • Tongue in Cheek Kaiaʼtanoron Dumoulin Bush•January 7, 2013

    Welcome to the imaginative world of artist and student Kaiaʼtanoron Dumoulin Bush
, as experienced through a series of her sketches.

  • Transforming Futures Exhibition Frank Mulvey•March 29, 2012

    Transforming Futures: Imagining the Cities of Tomorrow

  • Portraits & Expressions by Dang Khoa Vo Dang Khoa Vo•November 27, 2011

    Enjoy the magic and visual richness of Dang Khoa Vo's portrait art.

  • TWO WORLDS EXHIBITION Frank Mulvey•November 4, 2011

    34 Canadian students and 34 Chinese students explore personal identity through visual art.

  • Sketches by Xin Ran Liu Xin Ran Liu•September 28, 2011

    The sketchbook: a place where an artist can explore without constraints.

  • Exploring Spaces Patrick Shearing•May 24, 2008

    Drawings by Patrick Shearing