Lucy Howe

panels running through CNC machineSchool of Creative Arts technician Lucy Howe worked with artist Sara Graham to recreate panels commissioned for the Canadian side of the Gordie Howe bridge.

Collaboration recreates sculptor’s project

The School of Creative Arts (SoCA) has collaborated with Art Windsor-Essex (AWE) to create reproductions of the façade panels from artist Sara Graham’s public art commission, On the Other Side of Tomorrow for the Gordie Howe International Bridge's Canadian Port of Entry in Windsor.

Art grad recognized for outstanding sculpture achievement

The International Sculpture Center has conferred upon recent UWindsor grad Teresa Carlesimo (BFA 2011) its Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2012.

The annual award recognizes young sculptors to encourage their continued commitment to the field. It also draws attention to the sculpture programs of the participating art schools.

“I was very flattered and very thankful,” says Carlesimo, who notes her interest in examining the idealism of twentieth century architecture and planning as well as related political, social and economic issues.