U of O students bring talent to cross-province culmination at Gallery 115.
The documentary largely covers Dina Salha’s efforts to reclaim her great aunt’s paintings and lost memories from that violent time in Lebanon’s history.
“The first step is knowledge and gaining knowledge, and being aware of what’s going on in your society. So long as you’re aware and conscious of other religions, and you’re there to respect them, that can really tone down a lot of things.”
“For the Gallery to hire this individual sends a very clear message to trans lives that we’re not valued in these spaces.”
Now that I’m in my second year at the University of Ottawa, I’ve looked at things from a more positive and hopeful point of view—or at least I try to.
Jordan Peele’s directorial debut drives much-needed conversation about white privilege.
This month’s installation features the works of U of O students Dimitri Seemungal and Ahmed Suleimi.
All in all, the strong and unpredictable performances from the cast and the heartwarming character development has led this film to stand among the classics of the early 90s.
“I wanted to show that there’s a lot of artists out there making dope art. I don’t see enough of it at school.”— Ashelita Shellard, fine arts student, host of Your Art is On Fire.