Jason Grossi, co-ordinator of UWindsor’s Visual Arts in the Built Environment program, designed a library recognized for architectural design.
Science and engineering students honed their communication skills in a non-credit film class.
UWindsor professor Jennifer Willet’s “COVID Suit” graces the cover of Visual Arts News.
UWindsor alumni Andrew Adoranti and Austin Di Pietro wrote a song in the finals of CBC's Searchlight musical talent competition.
UWindsor concert producer Trevor Pittman has been stitching together audio and video for the Windsor Classic Chorale’s June 4 virtual concert, Awakening.
The thesis film of MFA candidate Calum Hotchkiss is nominated for the Canadian Cinema Editors’ Student Award of Merit.
The online exhibition 'Til We Meet Again showcases works by graduating students in the BFA and Visual Arts and the Built Environment programs.
Perhaps post-pandemic, film audiences will seek out a larger variety of venues and ways to watch, says professor Kim Nelson.
Jennifer Willet has won federal funding to research how an arts organization can engage audiences online.
Professor Catherine Heard is seeking to engage people as co-creators in a needlework art project.
A webinar Saturday will feature art professor Catherine Heard discussing public participation in her community embroidery project, “Redwork: The Emperor of Atlantis.”
A watch party Thursday will present performances by the Jazz Ensemble, the Choral Project, and the Wind Chamber Workshop.
Film professors Kim Nelson and Nick Hector contributed to a feature nominated for a Canadian Screen Award as Best History Documentary.