An eclectic exhibition, Fine Arts @ Fifty, uses a combination of videos, images, artworks, historic photos, displays and documents to celebrate the history, milestones and endeavours
Events for Faculty of Fine Arts
Homecoming weekend and the Shine On Summer Festival and Community Fair are quickly approaching. We are looking for volunteers to help make this epic weekend of events success and we need your help!
Join us as the Chevelles take us on a musical journey through the past 50 years and share memories with faculty and friends.
Info sessions will be held this September to learn more about HLSC/FA 4500 - Health, Arts & Social Change and HLSC/FA 4510 - Global Health Field Study in Malawi!
A pioneering example of the direct cinema documentary movement gives us an intimate look at Bob Dylan during his 1965 British concert tour.
Counselling & Career Services department, in collaboration with Career Bridge; Co-operative Education & Applied Studies is proud to host this annual event for students to discover career path information and...
Have you always wanted to try bronze casting? Then this is the course for you! No previous casting experience required.
A weekend filled with great performances, presentations, master classes, workshops, panel discussions and lots of opportunity to socialize, reconnect and make new connections.
Starring Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney, this innovative 1967 road trip film unravels the tumultuous relationship of a couple driving through the south of France.
At 22 years old, Nicole makes the most of her summer at her family home while her parents are away. When her brother shows up with his band, Nicole's friendship with her best friend Véronique is put to the test.
Surrealist filmmaker Luis Buñuel presents a world where the clean-cut reality and masochistic erotic fantasy of a housewife become gradually confused.
In the fictitious county of Eldorado a young journalist and poet changes his political support from a conservative senator to a populist governor.
A landmark science fiction film famous for its iconic Rod Serling penned ending, John Chambers’ ape make up, and Jerry Goldsmith’s score.
Monsieur Hulot is perplexed by modern society as he wanders around a high-tech Paris. A near wordless comedy that explores the baffling complexity of our societal construct through visually poetic staging and design...
Unsure of his future, recent grad Benjamin Braddock is seduced by Mrs. Robinson, one of his parents’ contemporaries, and subsequently falls in love with her daughter.