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The DMG is presenting the culmination of two student projects over the spring and summer of 2014, part of our commitment to offering mentorship and professional practice opportunities to students at the University of Toronto Scarborough.

 

 

STUDENT RESEARCH PROJECT PRESENTATION

Doris McCarthy: Expressions of Nature
May 5 - June 11, 2014

Doris McCarthy Gallery

Researched by Jacqueline Kok

Expressions of Nature is the presentation of twelve works by Doris McCarthy from the DMG Permanent Collection, researched by Art History student Jacqueline Kok during her internship at the DMG.

Gallery hours: Mon & Wed, 11 am - 3 pm

DMG VITRINES STUDENT EXHIBITION

Selection of work from
Heated Tensions

May 22 - August 1, 2014
DMG Vitrines

Curated by Kathryn Lee

Featuring work by students in the Studio program at UTSC, Heated Tensions interprets the dynamics – strain, friction, attraction, and opposition – between different forces, and the physical and psychological spaces that contain them. The exhibition examines phenomena that relate to cultural identity, societal structures and norms, environmentalism, mind and body, gender politics and sense of place.

Heated Tensions was presented at Cedar Ridge Gallery from May 2 - 14, 2014. The exhibition was curated by UTSC Arts Management student Kathryn Lee as part of her Experiential Education placement at the DMG. The Cedar Ridge presentation featured works by Daniel Bernal, Matthew Brown, Maryana Discutido, Juliana Feng, Terrence Ho, Amna Huda, Daniel Griffin Hunt, Noheul Kim, Henry Lu, Dorica Manuel, Olivia Ng, Jerome Parayno, Sara Rizza, Tiffany Schofield, Rhenix Shi, Bonnie Tao, Mengxi Wan
and Claire Watson.

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