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Arturo Herrera

UWindsor Visual Arts Masters Candidate Arturo Herrera book, Intercambio de Recetas (Recipe Exchange), creates a picture of how some migrant workers feel about the time they spend in Canada each year, as well as how they connect with loved ones back home. UWindsor Visual Arts Masters Candidate Arturo Herrera book, Intercambio de Recetas (Recipe Exchange), creates a picture of how some migrant workers feel about the time they spend in Canada each year, as well as how they connect with loved ones back home. Photo credit: courtesy of the artist.

Artist’s collaboration tells migrant story through food

UWindsor Visual Arts Masters Candidate Arturo Herrera shines light on migrant workers with his latest artistic venture.

 

One ten park becomes a working space for four UWindsor artists

Four artists with ties to the University of Windsor’s School of Visual Arts have teamed up to open a working studio in the city’s downtown.

Alumni Arturo Herrera (BFA 2011), Collette Broeders (BFA 2009) and Alana Bartol (BFA 2004) and professor Susan Gold Smith have established their collective enterprise at 110 Park Street West, in the base of Victoria Park Place.

“We were all looking for studio space and we all wanted a space where we were in close contact with other artists—where we could be stimulated by the creative energy of others,” says Bartol.

Reception to mark closing of graduating art student exhibition

A head of cabageA free public reception on Friday, December 2, will celebrate the closing of Awkward (in) tension – the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Arts graduate group exhibition, now on display in the LeBel Building’s Project Gallery.

Participating artists include Teresa Carlesimo, Jillian Fergusson, Arturo Herrera and Lindsay Whalen. Friday’s reception begins at 7 p.m.