The pieces combine painting and technology to enhance and introduce a new contemporary art form.
“Much of what is discussed in this book boils down to the complex relationship between those suffering from a mental illness and a society that can’t understand what they are going through.”
U of O students have reacted favourably to the event, with many seeing it as a welcome development from a campus with a reputation for being dull.
The underrepresentation is partially because women were historically not a part of the adventurous, and often warlike, settings of the stories, but sexism and the oppression of women throughout history is also to blame.
The project hopes to sew together the distinct cultures of the Aboriginal Australians and Canadian Indigenous artists, as well as the non-Indigenous community of Ottawa, who are invited to come and help with the process throughout the three-week period.
Professor Armstrong—a trained guitarist—went into university with the intention of becoming a high school music teacher. But as the years went by, he found himself wondering whether he would end up studying the guitar or composition after he completed his undergraduate studies.
The Youth Art Symposium works to remind established Canadian artists that they should convene with young, aspiring artists to foster excitement about the future of national artistry.
Donskov and his team have collected and translated 239 letters between the Tolstoys. They span from their courtship in the early 1860’s to his death in 1910. Their correspondence covers a wide array of subjects: philosophy, literature, religion, and everyday topics like the running of his estate, money, and raising children.