The Art Gallery of Algoma (AGA) will be hosting the works of five Algoma University College Fine Arts students from March 4th until March 9th.
"Pentastiche" is an exhibition featuring new original works by five Algoma University Fine Arts Studies students. Resulting from individual research, the works are the creative culmination of each student’s Independent Project in the Fine Arts, a fourth year requirement of Algoma U’s Honours Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts Studies (Hon. BAFAS).
Carrie Anich, explores the development of technology in art with her lino-block cuts and prints.
In her performance piece, Krista Boulanger explores female stereotypes and their relation to the average woman. Krista will perform her work for a public audience in March. Times to be announced.
Florence Gray explores the relationship between the creativity of the artist and the expectations of the consumer.
Monica Murphy creates designs for clients, by commission, drawing the themes for her works in textile media from musical compositions of different periods. The public is invited to participate in a study of views response to theme-related visual and musical works.
Deborah Sparks responds to the connective and disconnective aspects of postmodern and ecofeminist theory in her poetry and paintings.
There will be a special "Meet the Artists" reception on Sunday, March 6th from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.
For more information, contact Moya Morrow at the Art Gallery of Algoma at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Art Gallery of Algoma is located at 10 East Street.
For more information on the AGA call 949-9067 or email email@example.com.