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  August 26, 2015

The VISION(S) Exhibition

A dynamic aspect of SPACE’s activities each year is the annual theme-based exhibition that is mounted in the Warren G. Flowers Gallery of Dawson College (4001 de Maisonneuve West, Montreal). The theme for the 2015-2016 academic year is VISION(S). Those who wish to express themselves in an exhibition context and in relation to this theme submitted work for consideration. Items that have been accepted for exhibition have been published in an exhibition catalogue (to view, click on the "VIEW CATALOGUE" button to the left).

The VISION(S) exhibition features writing, notes, speculations, dialogues, diagrams, artifacts, technology, artworks, sculptures, an installation, videos, and photos. Opening night is Tuesday April 26, 2016 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, and the show runs from April 27 to May 11, 2016 (9:00 am to 9:00 pm, weekdays, and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturdays).

The exhibition has a virtual presence here and also extends to other links soon to be provided below. The purpose of this exhibition is to challenge, enlighten, inspire and engage participants and viewers alike from a range of disciplines.

For examples from previous years, check out the TRANS- Exhibition catalogue by clicking here, the Collisions Exhibition catalogue by clicking here, The Human Body Exhibition catalogue by clicking here, or the Transforming Futures Exhibition catalogue by clicking here.

SEE LINKS BELOW FOR RELATED EXHIBITION MULTIMEDIA

Eyes Almost Closed by Meinert Hansen (Faculty, Illustration & Design)

The Life of an Orange by Ann Sze (Student, ALC)


Grand Opening photographs from April 26, 2016 by Marie-France Lehoux, Professional Photography student at Dawson College.


Photographs of VISION(S) Exhibition by Frank Mulvey, SPACE coordinator, Faculty (Fine Arts, Illustration & Design)

Comments

  1. Frank Mulvey

    Frank Mulvey

    May 3, 2016

    What a line-up of people at the opening for this exhibition!  Congratulations to all who contributed to this thought-provoking project. You have made the Dawson College community proud.

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