Visual Art & Art History


Law and the Curated Body

Law and the Curated Body will bring together leading scholars, professionals and practitioners to share ideas that consider the relationship between the body and normative and epistemological frameworks. We begin with the simple question: How might the concept of curation, which derives from the Latin “to care for,” be understood in terms of power exercised over bodies? Read more



Prof. Michel Daigneault solo show on view at Montreal’s Galerie Trois Point

Michel Daigneault: Quand le vide structure le plein 2014Visual Art Professor Michel Daigneault’s solo exhibition Ensemble Opératoire is on view at Galerie Trois Points in Montreal  February 21 to March 28, 2015. Blurring the boundaries between figuration and abstraction, Daigneault creates rich pictorial spaces that engender various narrative possibilities. Tending more to allusion than illusion, his paintings are built by an accumulation and juxtaposition of areas of flat color, dispersing moments of visual tension and fragments of narrative trails.

Michel Daigneault: Quand le vide structure le plein 2014

Art Connections

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Call for Submissions

Aimia/AGO Photography Prize Scholarship
recognizes extraordinary artistic potential in BFA students focusing on fine art photography. Submissions can include video, photo-based installation, and other lens-based artwork. Third-year students who meet eligibility criteria are invited to apply. Download the Aimia/AGO Photography Prize Scholarship info package.[PDF] Online submission form. The submission deadline is March 9, 2015.