Students graduating from the Fine Art program at MacEwan University in 2021 will showcase their art and research practices during the annual Fine Art Grad Show. This multimedia exhibition is a celebration of some of the works students created over the past two years, and features drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, performance, and intermedia such as digital art, video, and emerging forms. The participating student artists have all meaningfully grown their respective artistic practices as part of the Fine Art program, overcoming the obstacles of creating during the pandemic in creative ways. To honour that innovation and resilience, this exhibition will be available to view in these ways:
Drop by outside. Watch video art created by students projected onto the east windows of Allard Hall. Best viewing conditions after sunset.
Learn more about the students by following their profiles on the MAG's social media over the duration of the exhibition, and keep an eye on our events listings for student performance and public programming.
The Fine Art Grad Show features work by:
Aminata Bah, Nicole Balaberda, Dana Belcourt, Isabella Camerino, Elizabeth Carr, Jayce Desjarlais, Max Elwood, Charlie Fairbother, Hannah Ferguson, Autumn Fjeldberg, Mackenzie Fragoso, Rebecca Klotz, Taylor McConaghy, Gwynne McMaster, Amy Munoz Morales, Mark Perez, Maddison Post, Gracie Safranovich, Ana Smith, Kirsten Sorensen, and Jasmine Valdepenas.
To move through the exhibition, click the arrows that appear on the floor of the gallery or click on the translucent image icon on the bottom center of the screen. To turn in the space, click and drag using your mouse. Click on the blue image icons to view individual artwork titles and artist names.