Campus Kudos - November
Denton Fredrickson (Art) is part of an exhibition entitled ‘sciencefictionsciencefair’ at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa, Ont., alongside Brian McKenna and Robyn Moody. On display from Nov. 6 to Jan. 3, the exhibition also includes a collaboration with Glen MacKinnon (Art). ‘sciencefictionsciencefair’ will also travel to the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in Owen Sound, Ont., and the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery.
Former University of Lethbridge Pronghorns thrower Jim Steacy (BASc ’09) has been named as an award finalist for the Athletics Canada Field Athlete of the Year category as well as the Best University Athlete of the Year classification. Athletics Canada will announce award winners Nov. 14 in Vancouver.
Chai Duncan (Art Technician) and collaborator Leila Armstrong have an exhibition entitled 12 Point Buck in the Southern Alberta Art Gallery’s storefront gallery until Nov. 22.
Git ’er Done by Corinne Thiessen Hepher (BFA, New Media ’08) appeared at the Southern Alberta Film Festival. This 10-minute documentary explores what it means to be a “Redneck” and offers new insight into an old stereotype.
Ron Chambers’s (Theatre & Dramatic Arts) first film, Apocalyptic Hero, was selected for presentation at the Southern Alberta Film Festival. Apocalyptic Hero looks at a young boy’s life after his grandmother dies. He sets out to ensure his own survival as well as a girl he has chosen to save when the apocalypse comes.
Blaine Hendsbee (Music) sings the role of Sellem (the auctioneer) in Igor Stravinsky’s neoclassical operatic masterpiece, The Rake’s Progress, presented by Pacific Opera Victoria in the Royal Theatre, Victoria. Performances are Nov. 12, 14, 17, 19 and 21.