15Jan

Located in Medicine Hat, Alberta, a 150 acre Historic Clay District was once home to some of Canada’s most important clay factories, including Medalta Potteries, Hycroft China, National Porcelain and Alberta Clay Products. Today, this history is being preserved with the unique Medalta Potteries site providing the setting for a living, working museum, vibrant education Continue Reading

15Jan

Wednesday, January 22, 2014 will be a whirlwind of activity in the Junction! Get there early because there are 10 window installations, 7 exhibition openings, and the TO DO Opening Party at SMASH, plus this outdoor event at the Junction Train Platform! Guided by experienced graduate artists and senior students from Centennial’s Fine Arts Studio Continue Reading

15Jan

Made possible by our Indiegogo fundraising, TO DO occupies Graven Feather this January to provide Festival goers with some unique programming. Anchoring the events that take place daily during the first part of Festival week, is an exhibition by STRING THEORY — a partnership between two Canadian textile designers, Lysanne Latulippe and Meghan Price. Principally Continue Reading

14Jan

The Gateway Cities Project documents the complex networks and interconnected systems of innovation that link these urban centres within the Great Lakes Region and beyond. Institute without Boundaries (IwB) students invite you to learn more about three Gateway Cities: Toronto, Chicago and New York. Learn more about the exhibition here. Did you know that the Continue Reading

14Jan

We recently came across this photo on Facebook of Peter Quekenstedt with a tensegrity sketch model. Both Peter and Ryan Wilding, from the design studio Fugitive Glue, have been working with students to re-purpose broken skateboards into beautifully designed objects. These will be shown when the Oasis Skateboard Factory (OSF) presents an end-of-semester student exhibition Continue Reading