Vincent Georgie will become director of the School of Creative Arts effective July 1.
A reception and a panel discussion will celebrate the opening of an exhibition by Iain Baxter& this weekend at the Art Gallery of Windsor.
The Pitt-Ferry Building is the setting for a seven-week series of lectures on urban sustainability.
Visual arts instructor José Seoane will display a work at SB Contemporary Art as part of the gallery’s series on the theme “One Wall, One Work.”
MFA student Alex Curci’s thesis exhibition is on display this week at SB Contemporary Art.
Professor Michael Darroch will lecture on “Unorthodox Anthropology: Edmund Carpenter and Canadian Media Studies” Wednesday in Katzman Lounge.
Works by first-year students in the Visual Arts and the Built Environment program are the subject of the exhibition “Intertwined.”
UWindsor professor Jennifer Willet is one of 14 artists participating in the exhibition “Dar’a/Full Circle.”
Artist Monika Napier will discuss her “post-minimalist feminist sculpture” in a free public talk at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 8, in room 115, LeBel Building.
Over the course of her career, Napier has used various media like soap, aluminum, and plaster among others, creating installations that explore polar opposites and binaries and disrupt the notions of a traditional gallery.