The most rewarding part of filming her short documentary Jenny’s Vision is the thought that its message of hope could change someone’s life, says Maria Belenkova-Buford.
A film student, she tells the story of an artist with a visual disability.
“Jenny has some challenges she had to overcome,” says Belenkova-Buford. “My film shows how you can still create while having a major impairment.”
BFA students are invited to apply for positions as research/studio assistants in the Incubator Art Lab.
A virtual event Wednesday, Sept. 15, will celebrate the opening of the Incubator Art Lab’s storefront studio facility.
Adrian Guta has been inducted as a member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
A $5,000 scholarship from Crohn’s and Colitis Canada will enable UWindsor student Jasmine Kobrosli further her work examining the psychological effects of inflammatory bowel disease.
Kobrosli, entering her fourth year of undergraduate study, has lived experience with IBD: she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in 2013 and Crohn’s disease in 2018.
Communications instructor Victoria Abboud won an award for her account of learning to play the qanun, a traditional Arabic string instrument.
UWindsor faculty, staff, and students are eligible for half-price admission to the outdoor theatre event C-O-N-T-A-C-T.
UWindsor staff, faculty, and students are sought for a survey intended to inform effective campus health messaging.
Brianna DeSantis, Erin Armstrong, and Alyssa Epp headline a performance Sunday by the Abridged Opera Company.