Fine Arts Graduate Students Colloquium

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9 am • Keynote Address
           Sandi Somers - Multidisciplinary Work in Collaborative Processes

           Sandi will talk about her multidisciplinary work within the creative process of making The Riders, a dance film shot
           in the Badlands of Drumheller, Alberta. The Riders is a unique piece integrating the inspiration of sculpture, poetry,
           choreography, dance and film.

10:15 am - 11:15 am

           Corey Makoloski (Education) - Limitless Projects
           Cassandra Allenby (New Media) - The Art of Play
           Jake Hills (DAA) - Modular Thematic Music Production for Virtual and Augmented Reality

11:25 am - 12:25 pm

           Morgan Krause (DAA) - History of Film Sound
           Curtis Litchfield (DAA) - Leaving the Rack at Home: Audio Extensions of the Rasberry Pi
           Jon Martin (DAA) - Music Psychology in Electroacoustic Composition


1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

           Greg MacArthur (Drama) - From the Black Box to the White Cube
           Megan Morman (Art) - Party in the Front, Business in the Back
           Sarah Stringam (Art) - Worlds in Miniature

2:40 pm - 3:45 pm

           Bryn Hewko (New Media) - A ‘Behind the Scenes’ Look at Filmmaking for Virtual Reality
           Shona Fitz-Gerald Laing (Art) - The Crystal as a Mutable Metaphor
           Anahita Akhavan (USASK-Art) - Self Inquiry
           Jessica Morgun (USASK-Art) - Apophatic Drawings 1 - 4

3:55 pm - 4:40 pm

           Andrei Feheregyhazi (USASK-Art) - #100
           Riisa Gundesen (USASK-Art) - The Gaze in Figurative Painting
           Elizabeth Babyn (USASK-Art) - Interconnected Refuse

7 pm • Opening Reception for WAY OUT

          Works by MFA - Art students from the University of Lethbridge and the University of Saskatchewan


Room or Area: 
Recital Hall and Penny Building

Free Admission. Everyone Welcome.


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