Fine Arts showcases University of Lethbridge talent

The University's Faculty of Fine Arts is well represented in a pair of major North American exhibitions as the outstanding quality of both alumni and faculty is on display.

David Hoffos (BFA Art ’94), Mary-Anne McTrowe (BFA Art ’98, Art Technician) and Dan Wong (BFA Art ’03) have work appearing in “Oh, Canada,” a North American wide event organized by the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.

Originally exhibited in Massachusetts, from May 2012 to April 2013, the show has made its way back to Canada. After appearing in Atlantic Canada, the exhibition now fills multiple galleries in Calgary – The Glenbow, The Nickel Galleries at the University of Calgary, Illingworth Kerr Gallery and The Esker Foundation.

For more information on Oh Canada and its openings, check out these web pages:

The Esker Foundation, ACAD, Glenbow Museum and Nickel Galleries.

Mary Kavanagh, Department of Art, is represented in Future Station: 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, which opened Jan. 23 at the Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton.
Kavanagh's new video project, Track of Interest: Exercise Vigilant Eagle 13, was developed from her participation in the Canadian Forces Artists Program. A related short film, No Problem | Нет Проблем,  was also featured in a lecture by curator, Kristy Trinier.

The exhibition runs through May 3, 2015. For more information, visit Future Station.