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Michael DiRisio

Student artwork to provide context for discussion of economic issues

An exhibition of installation and video work by MFA candidate Michael Dirisio will provide context for a discussion of financial precarity and alternative economies, Thursday, November 2, in the main gallery of Mackenzie Hall.

“The event will address the role that political art can play in engaging with the city and with each other, and how it can prompt a reconsideration of social norms and conventions,” says Dirisio.

Art grads occupy local gallery for Mayworks exhibition

Several alumni of the School of Visual Arts are participating in collaborative projects now on display in the Artcite gallery.

A free public reception on Friday, May 4, will celebrate Occupy This! The exhibition features the “Occupy Windsor Documentation Project” by Alana Bartol (BFA 2004) and Collette Broeders (BFA 2006) and “The Break Room” by Teresa Carlesimo (BFA 2011) and Michael DiRisio, an MFA candidate.

The show will be up through May 26; Friday’s reception begins at 7:30 p.m. Artcite is located at 109 University Avenue West.