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PROCESS·US - 19th Fine Arts Graduating Students Exhibition
March 21 to April 1, 2017

Student artists: Alyson Drouin, Brenna Filion, Casey Fulton, Brenna Gilbert, Natchasiri K. (Froy Choi), Amy Laroche, Emily Madinsky, Dale Miner, Rosalie Tellier, Sonia Thibault

Student curator: Noémie Fortin

Opening reception: March 21st 2017, from 5 to 7 p.m.




Symbiosis of the French term processus (defined as the series of operations or actions taken to achieve a particular result, especially in manufacture) and the compound formed from its English equivalent process + us, denoting a group.

The 19th Fine Arts Graduating Students Exhibition presents diverse works that testify to the uniqueness of each creative approach among these students who are on the brink of earning their degree. PROCESS·US connects the dots, confronts the ideas and launches a dialogue between them in the Foreman Art Gallery. Distinct practices merge in a heterogenous mix of painting, sculpture, printmaking, installation, projection and mixed media. Each of the ten participating artists addresses the question of “process” from their own standpoint: the process informing the work now displayed in the gallery, and that which drove the past four years of studio practice during their quest to emerge as artists. To this reflection is added the will for a common, unifying theme: the community. Here, the artists decided to focus on the individual by observing his or her place in the collective.




We would like to thank the Student Representative Council, the Dean of Arts and Sciences, the Dean of Student Affairs, the Vice-Principal Academic, and the Fine Arts Department for their generous financial support. We also wish to highlight the precious help received in the organization of this exhibition from Dr. Claude Lacroix, chair of the Art History and Theory program, and from the Eastern Townships Resource Centre. Moreover, we had the chance to receive additional support for fundraising activities from the Fine Arts Department’s Technician Regine Neumann, Bishop’s University Art Club and Bookstore, local artist Méga NAN, as well as from many businesses in the borough of Lennoxville such as Hatley Outlet, Familiprix Extra, Provigo, Jean Coutu, Restaurant Rima, Jerry Pizzeria, Pizzaville, and Clarke & Sons.

Produced by the Foreman Art Gallery with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.


Press release