CROSS SECTION: Florence 2015-16 program exhibition


OCAD University's Off-Campus Florence Program is proud to present CROSS SECTION, a group exhibition highlighting recent work by 24 students

 
DateFriday, April 8, 2016 - 4:00am to Sunday, April 10, 2016 - 4:00am

Email

lmartinello@faculty.ocadu.ca

Location

OCAD U Florence Campus, Via Bonifacio Lupi, 14 (2 Piano), 50129 Firenze

CROSS SECTION

Opening: Friday April 8, 6-9pm

Exhibition Dates: April 8 - 10, 2016 (12-5pm or by apponitment) 

OCAD University's Off-Campus Florence Program is proud to present CROSS SECTION, a group exhibition highlighting recent work by 24 students working from a wide array of mediums—drawings, prints, collages, paintings, sculpture, installation, photography, sound, video, digital imagery and jewelry. Varying in creative approach, theoretical structure and technical processes, the body of work from these students come together at a cross section as they intersect, coincide, synchronize and exist side-by-side. This European campus offers a facilitated, directed study approach where students develop a body of work in a communal studio setting and study art history amidst a backdrop of the Italian Renaissance. This academic year, the studio component has been coordinated by faculty members Professor Michele White in the Fall semester and Assistant Professor / CLTA Linda Martinello in the Winter semester. 

Students: Jasmine Cardenas Obando | Keith Cooke | Denielle Darrach | Abbey Gagnon | Saba Giani | Megan Hazen | Zahra Lakdawala | Shuan Lee | Rushi Li | Sergej Mileski | Jess Morris-Wazney | Lauren Pyc | Wei Qi | Kate Rogers | Mehrnaz Rohbakhsh | Lisa Rusland | Connie Santos | Emily Schimp | Peter Tran | Angela Tupper | Rocio Soncini | Chloe Wang | Qiuchun Wei | Jess Welch

Instagram: ocadu_florencecampus

 



CROSS SECTION: Florence 2015-16 program exhibition poster, images of students and artwork along with text of exhibition details
DateFriday, April 8, 2016 - 4:00am to Sunday, April 10, 2016 - 4:00am

Email

lmartinello@faculty.ocadu.ca

Website Location

OCAD U Florence Campus, Via Bonifacio Lupi, 14 (2 Piano), 50129 Firenze

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Friday, April 8, 2016 - 4:00am to Sunday, April 10, 2016 - 4:00am

CROSS SECTION

Opening: Friday April 8, 6-9pm

Exhibition Dates: April 8 - 10, 2016 (12-5pm or by apponitment) 

OCAD University's Off-Campus Florence Program is proud to present CROSS SECTION, a group exhibition highlighting recent work by 24 students working from a wide array of mediums—drawings, prints, collages, paintings, sculpture, installation, photography, sound, video, digital imagery and jewelry. Varying in creative approach, theoretical structure and technical processes, the body of work from these students come together at a cross section as they intersect, coincide, synchronize and exist side-by-side. This European campus offers a facilitated, directed study approach where students develop a body of work in a communal studio setting and study art history amidst a backdrop of the Italian Renaissance. This academic year, the studio component has been coordinated by faculty members Professor Michele White in the Fall semester and Assistant Professor / CLTA Linda Martinello in the Winter semester. 

Students: Jasmine Cardenas Obando | Keith Cooke | Denielle Darrach | Abbey Gagnon | Saba Giani | Megan Hazen | Zahra Lakdawala | Shuan Lee | Rushi Li | Sergej Mileski | Jess Morris-Wazney | Lauren Pyc | Wei Qi | Kate Rogers | Mehrnaz Rohbakhsh | Lisa Rusland | Connie Santos | Emily Schimp | Peter Tran | Angela Tupper | Rocio Soncini | Chloe Wang | Qiuchun Wei | Jess Welch

Instagram: ocadu_florencecampus

 

Venue & Address: 
OCAD U Florence Campus, Via Bonifacio Lupi, 14 (2 Piano), 50129 Firenze
Email: 
lmartinello@faculty.ocadu.ca
CROSS SECTION: Florence 2015-16 program exhibition poster, images of students and artwork along with text of exhibition details
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