OCAD U 2104 graduates honoured at Student Sculpture Exhibition

 

Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 4:15pm

Emerging artists Jonathan Simpson and Ash Moniz picked up two awards at the Sculptors Society of Canada’s 19th Annual Juried Graduating Sculpture Student Exhibition.

Eleven artists were selected for the exhibition:

  • Matthew Brown, Fanshawe College
  • Susan Kachor Conlon, Lakehead University
  • Elissa Gallander, The Art Centre, CTS
  • William Halliday, The Art Centre, CTS
  • C. Michelle Kivi, Lakehead University
  • Katie Lemieux, Lakehead University
  • Ash Moniz, OCAD University
  • Emily Moriarty, OCAD University
  • Glenna Rebick, The Art Centre, CTS
  • Azza El Siddique, OCAD University
  • Jonathan Simpson, OCAD University

Jonathan Simpson (BFA, Sculpture/Installation, 2014) is the recipient of the Abraham & Malka Green Sculpture Award and Ash Moniz (BFA, Sculpture/Installation, 2014) won the Artcast Inc. Sculpture Award.

The 2014 jury was made up of Flavio Belli, Curator and Art Consultant, Elaine Whittaker, Installation Sculptor and Edward Falkenberg, Sculptor, RCA, OSA, SSC.

Applications for the competition can be obtained at colleges and universities with Fine / Visual Arts programs in February.

The exhibition continues through to August 8 at the Canadian Sculpture Centre, 500 Church Street, Toronto. The gallery is open Tuesdays to Fridays from noon to 6 p.m. and Saturdays (except holidays) 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

About the Sculptors Society of Canada

The Sculptors Society of Canada (SSC) is solely dedicated to the education, promotion and exhibition of contemporary Canadian sculpture. Founded by some of the most prestigious sculptors in Canadian art history, the Sculptors Society of Canada has been exhibiting and raising the profile of sculpture in Canada for more than 75 years. The mandate of this Society is firmly established by a collective belief in education, partnership, co-operation and support - representing a commitment to educate the public and community at large regarding sculpture, to discover and foster young talent, to raise the profile of Canadian sculpture and to rally and encourage sculptors working at a professional level.

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 4:15pm

Emerging artists Jonathan Simpson and Ash Moniz picked up two awards at the Sculptors Society of Canada’s 19th Annual Juried Graduating Sculpture Student Exhibition.

Eleven artists were selected for the exhibition:

  • Matthew Brown, Fanshawe College
  • Susan Kachor Conlon, Lakehead University
  • Elissa Gallander, The Art Centre, CTS
  • William Halliday, The Art Centre, CTS
  • C. Michelle Kivi, Lakehead University
  • Katie Lemieux, Lakehead University
  • Ash Moniz, OCAD University
  • Emily Moriarty, OCAD University
  • Glenna Rebick, The Art Centre, CTS
  • Azza El Siddique, OCAD University
  • Jonathan Simpson, OCAD University

Jonathan Simpson (BFA, Sculpture/Installation, 2014) is the recipient of the Abraham & Malka Green Sculpture Award and Ash Moniz (BFA, Sculpture/Installation, 2014) won the Artcast Inc. Sculpture Award.

The 2014 jury was made up of Flavio Belli, Curator and Art Consultant, Elaine Whittaker, Installation Sculptor and Edward Falkenberg, Sculptor, RCA, OSA, SSC.

Applications for the competition can be obtained at colleges and universities with Fine / Visual Arts programs in February.

The exhibition continues through to August 8 at the Canadian Sculpture Centre, 500 Church Street, Toronto. The gallery is open Tuesdays to Fridays from noon to 6 p.m. and Saturdays (except holidays) 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

About the Sculptors Society of Canada

The Sculptors Society of Canada (SSC) is solely dedicated to the education, promotion and exhibition of contemporary Canadian sculpture. Founded by some of the most prestigious sculptors in Canadian art history, the Sculptors Society of Canada has been exhibiting and raising the profile of sculpture in Canada for more than 75 years. The mandate of this Society is firmly established by a collective belief in education, partnership, co-operation and support - representing a commitment to educate the public and community at large regarding sculpture, to discover and foster young talent, to raise the profile of Canadian sculpture and to rally and encourage sculptors working at a professional level.