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TRACES: BISHOP'S UNIVERSITY FINE ARTS GRADUATING STUDENT EXHIBITION
April 6 - 16, 2011

Artists: Kai Barker in collaboration with Mel Hattie, Marilyne Bisaillon, Kevin Donelle, David Fox, Alaina Kelsey, Dayna Lowe, Regine Neumann in collaboration with Lili Xu, Aya Sato, Chantal Simard, Laura Smith, Nicholas Whitehead

Guest Curator: Sarah Boucher

Produced by the Foreman Art Gallery

The thirteenth annual exhibition of the work of graduating students in the Fine Arts department will present artworks by the students from the Fine Arts Studio program and the Art History and Theory program. The exhibition features painting, drawing, sculpture, multimedia and photography.

"Priviledging a pluridisciplinary approach to the teaching of art, Bishop's University produces an effervescent and lively context for the production of art. The exhibition project Traces is punctuated by artistic propositions that reveal the preoccupations of students as they finish their university degree. Diversity in form, format and material is key in this year’s offering.

An opening onto students’ personal expression and experimentation of the past few years, as well as a place where traces of the past and those yet to come gather and converge, this exhibition constitutes a launching pad for these future artists and testifies to the professionalism they are aspiring to. I am thankful and proud to have had the opportunity to share these last instants of their undergraduate university degrees by assisting in the diffusion of their work in this most brilliant exhibitionary context."

Sarah Boucher
Guest Curator

This exhibition is made possible with the generous financial contributions of the Dean of Arts and Science, the Dean of Student Affairs, the Department of Fine Arts, the Student Representative Council, and Folletts.

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