Each year S.P.A.C.E. hosts an exhibition in the Warren G. Flowers Gallery. This dynamic exhibition challenges participants from across the disciplines and inspires them to create works of texts, videos, films, performances, scientific material, artwork of any medium, diagrams, speculations, and many other forms of participation. The theme for the 2017-2018 academic year is en-tropy. SPACE invites you to explore en-tropy, to make a submission to the exhibition, and to become an active participant in this exciting venture and undertaking. Everybody is welcome.
Rough sketches exploring the power of time to shape our lives.
Each year S.P.A.C.E. hosts an exhibition in the Warren G. Flowers Gallery. This dynamic exhibition challenges and inspires participants from across the disciplines.
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).
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.
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 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 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.
A reflection and reassement of what it means to be a tourist in Italy.
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).
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".
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.
Time has this ability to show the vulnerability in what it gradually consumes.
- Osheen Harruthoonyan
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.
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 to make time stand still
The exhibited letterheads provide a snapshot of the state of graphic design of the 1960s.
Check out The Human Body Exhibition!
A glimpse into the epic career of award winning cartoonist Stan Roach.
Welcome to the imaginative world of artist and student Kaiaʼtanoron Dumoulin Bush , as experienced through a series of her sketches.
Transforming Futures: Imagining the Cities of Tomorrow
Enjoy the magic and visual richness of Dang Khoa Vo's portrait art.
34 Canadian students and 34 Chinese students explore personal identity through visual art.
The sketchbook: a place where an artist can explore without constraints.
Drawings by Patrick Shearing