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Scottish Sojourn

Receiving the Roloff Beny scholarship allowed NSCAD student Katherine Nakaska the chance to reconnect with her Scottish heritage. In the small village of Holytown nestled

Stan Douglas to speak at NSCAD

Interdisciplinary media artist Stan Douglas is set to visit NSCAD University as a guest speaker.  Hosted by NSCAD’s Media Arts Division, the presentation will take

From bookbinding to the big screen

Many of us have dreamed about being in the movies—if not ourselves then our work—but who knew that being a bookmaker’s apprentice could make that

Creating her own secret recipe

Returning to Canada after a three month residency at the European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) in the Netherlands, ceramic artist Amélie Proulx (MFA ’10) visited

Celebrating Unique Voices

Darrell Varga doesn’t want the award-winning documentary Passage (2008) by filmmaker John Walker to become obscured in the canon of Canadian cinema, as has happened

Identity and landscape

NSCAD masters student Liz Toohey-Wiese travelled across the North American continent to realize she couldn’t leave her landscape behind. Moving from the west coast to

Scottish Sojourn

Receiving the Roloff Beny scholarship allowed NSCAD student Katherine Nakaska the chance to reconnect with her Scottish heritage. In the small village of Holytown nestled

Stan Douglas to speak at NSCAD

Interdisciplinary media artist Stan Douglas is set to visit NSCAD University as a guest speaker.  Hosted by NSCAD’s Media Arts Division, the presentation will take

From bookbinding to the big screen

Many of us have dreamed about being in the movies—if not ourselves then our work—but who knew that being a bookmaker’s apprentice could make that

Creating her own secret recipe

Returning to Canada after a three month residency at the European Ceramic Work Centre (EKWC) in the Netherlands, ceramic artist Amélie Proulx (MFA ’10) visited

Celebrating Unique Voices

Darrell Varga doesn’t want the award-winning documentary Passage (2008) by filmmaker John Walker to become obscured in the canon of Canadian cinema, as has happened

Identity and landscape

NSCAD masters student Liz Toohey-Wiese travelled across the North American continent to realize she couldn’t leave her landscape behind. Moving from the west coast to