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At the Anna

Jan 17-21 — Lil MacDonald, Jackson McDonald, Lynn Van Pelt, Mads Randall-Warnica-Powers

Giving Tuesday 2022

Be a part of an important movement in Nova Scotia this #GivingTuesday. Food insecurity is a sad reality for many NSCAD students that detracts from their creative practices and interferes with their studies. Nearly 40% of post-secondary students in Canada report experiencing food insecurity. Inflation is increasing the scale and urgency of this problem.

This is why NSCAD is once again collaborating with the J & W Murphy Foundation and other Nova Scotia post-secondary institutions to improve food security for students this #GivingTuesday.

Port Loggia Gallery

October 13 – 22 — Group exhibition: The NSCAD Drawing Lab is presenting its research as an exhibition of explanatory posters and videos in conjunction with the launch of its book

The real history of slavery in Canada

Vritual Fellow Talks Amanda Trager, October 19, 2022, 1-2 p.m. ADT. Since founding and NSCAD’s Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery, Tier 1 Canada

Treaty Space Gallery

September 29, 2022, noon – 2 p.m. opening reception; 1 p.m. artist talk: Aghalingiak (Zoe Ohokannoak), Kanok Piniaka / The Process of Embodied Practices.

Artist Talks: Beyond Unsettling Speaker Series

Please join us on Zoom on June 15, 2 p.m. ADT for an online conversation with visual artist, curator and researcher France Trépanier and interdisciplinary artist, writer and cultural critic Chris Creighton-Kelly.

Composite of three images. Left to right: close up of a woman with dark hair and closed eyes looking down against yellow background; rear view of person holding up a lantern and facing large wall of waves; close up, right-facing side portrait of a woman with face in shadow

NSCAD University Film Festival

  Join us on April 4 and 5, 2022 as we showcase award-winning alumni films at the inaugural NSCAD University Film Festival presented by TD

At the Anna

Jan 17-21 — Lil MacDonald, Jackson McDonald, Lynn Van Pelt, Mads Randall-Warnica-Powers

Giving Tuesday 2022

Be a part of an important movement in Nova Scotia this #GivingTuesday. Food insecurity is a sad reality for many NSCAD students that detracts from their creative practices and interferes with their studies. Nearly 40% of post-secondary students in Canada report experiencing food insecurity. Inflation is increasing the scale and urgency of this problem.

This is why NSCAD is once again collaborating with the J & W Murphy Foundation and other Nova Scotia post-secondary institutions to improve food security for students this #GivingTuesday.

Port Loggia Gallery

October 13 – 22 — Group exhibition: The NSCAD Drawing Lab is presenting its research as an exhibition of explanatory posters and videos in conjunction with the launch of its book

The real history of slavery in Canada

Vritual Fellow Talks Amanda Trager, October 19, 2022, 1-2 p.m. ADT. Since founding and NSCAD’s Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery, Tier 1 Canada

Treaty Space Gallery

September 29, 2022, noon – 2 p.m. opening reception; 1 p.m. artist talk: Aghalingiak (Zoe Ohokannoak), Kanok Piniaka / The Process of Embodied Practices.

Artist Talks: Beyond Unsettling Speaker Series

Please join us on Zoom on June 15, 2 p.m. ADT for an online conversation with visual artist, curator and researcher France Trépanier and interdisciplinary artist, writer and cultural critic Chris Creighton-Kelly.

Composite of three images. Left to right: close up of a woman with dark hair and closed eyes looking down against yellow background; rear view of person holding up a lantern and facing large wall of waves; close up, right-facing side portrait of a woman with face in shadow

NSCAD University Film Festival

  Join us on April 4 and 5, 2022 as we showcase award-winning alumni films at the inaugural NSCAD University Film Festival presented by TD