MAAD Grads at Harbourfront Centre's Craft & Design artist-in-residency program

 

Friday, May 12, 2017 - 3:00pm

Congratulations to Material Art and Design Graduates Yu Han (Avis) Ho, Emma Schnurr, Kaley Flowers and Current Student Charlie Nhung Nguyen, who have been accepted into Harbourfront Centre's Craft & Design artist-in-residency program! 

Thank you also to Robert Mitchell, Ken Vickerson and Van McKenzie for holding "Mock Interviews" again this year to help our students prepare for their interviews.

TEXTILES
Yu Han (Avis) Ho - MAAD 2017
Emma Schnurr - MAAD 2017

CERAMICS 
Kaley Flowers - MAAD 2015

JEWELLERY
Charlie Nhung Nguyen - Current student  
 

About Harbourfront Centre's Craft & Design artist-in-residency program:

The Craft & Design Studio is a unique Canadian career-oriented program and facility. It is an artist-in-residency, incubator and training centre that uses a self-directed and transformative learning ethos, which is open to post-graduates demonstrating a thorough and comprehensive understanding, conceptually as well as technically, in one of five areas: Textiles, Glass, Ceramics, Design or Jewellery. We make long-term commitments to artists by offering a broad range of resources and opportunities. We play a significant role in the growth and promotion of craft and design as a creative discipline in Canada.

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Three Material Art & Design graduates and a current Jewellery student have been accepted into Harbourfront Centre's Craft & Design artist-in-residency program! Congratulations!
Friday, May 12, 2017 - 3:00pm

Congratulations to Material Art and Design Graduates Yu Han (Avis) Ho, Emma Schnurr, Kaley Flowers and Current Student Charlie Nhung Nguyen, who have been accepted into Harbourfront Centre's Craft & Design artist-in-residency program! 

Thank you also to Robert Mitchell, Ken Vickerson and Van McKenzie for holding "Mock Interviews" again this year to help our students prepare for their interviews.

TEXTILES
Yu Han (Avis) Ho - MAAD 2017
Emma Schnurr - MAAD 2017

CERAMICS 
Kaley Flowers - MAAD 2015

JEWELLERY
Charlie Nhung Nguyen - Current student  
 

About Harbourfront Centre's Craft & Design artist-in-residency program:

The Craft & Design Studio is a unique Canadian career-oriented program and facility. It is an artist-in-residency, incubator and training centre that uses a self-directed and transformative learning ethos, which is open to post-graduates demonstrating a thorough and comprehensive understanding, conceptually as well as technically, in one of five areas: Textiles, Glass, Ceramics, Design or Jewellery. We make long-term commitments to artists by offering a broad range of resources and opportunities. We play a significant role in the growth and promotion of craft and design as a creative discipline in Canada.