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Rosemary NixonRosemary Nixon will kick off a term as UWindsor writer-in-residence with a public reading online Thursday, Jan. 27.

Author to open residency with public reading

Rosemary Nixon will kick off a term as UWindsor writer-in-residence with a public reading online Thursday, Jan. 27.

Christine VanderkooyEducation professor Christine Vanderkooy is a featured pianist in the digital concert series being launched today by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.

Pianist excited by innovative symphony concerts

Education professor Christine Vanderkooy is a featured pianist in the digital concert series launched today by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.

Joshua QuinlanSet and costume designer Joshua Quinlan has been selected as a Siminovitch Prize Protégé.

Recognition opens new stage in career for drama grad

Drama grad Joshua Quinlan (BA 2013) calls his selection as a protégé by set and costume designer Gillian Gallow a “liminal moment” in his career in theatre.

In December, Gallow was named the 2021 laureate of the Siminovitch Prize, Canada’s largest and most prestigious theatre award. In addition to the $75,000 award, she received $25,000 to support an emerging artist of her choice. She named two: Quinlan and Joyce Padua.

two people walking in snowy woodA new book by three of Windsor’s poets laureate provides a portrait of the Ojibway Prairie complex. Photo by Marty Gervais.

Book documents natural gem

A new book by three of Windsor’s poets laureate provides a portrait of the Ojibway Prairie complex.