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Arts & culture, Exhibitions

Urban Clay

Date & time
Tuesday, April 12, 2016 (all day)
Cost

This event is free

Where

Urban Clay, a Ceramics special topics course, offers the opportunity to focus both theoretically and technically on the creation of a public art installation using ceramics.

Students have been working to envision the city as a public place more representative of the people within it. You can see their installations this year around the VA, EV, GM, MB (JMSB) and Hall buildings on the downtown Concordia (SGW) campus.

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  • VA Courtyard (1395 Rene-Levesque Blvd. W): Work by Melanie Harvey
  • Hall (1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W): Work by Caroline Gamiette (mezzanine escalator) and Tremé Manning-Céré (ground floor pillars)
  • MB (1450 Guy St.): Work by Laurie-Anne Bergeron (near escalator)
  • EV (1515 Ste-Catherine St. W.): Work by Erin Berry (Mackay Entrance), Shaua Eve (Mackay elevators), Michelle Lasalle (first floor women's restroom), Pascale Lewis (Across from FOFA Vitrines), Gustavo Lopez (FOFA Courtyard), Alexandre Pépin (Mackay entrance countertop), Chris Shimek (Ste-Catherine Street Window)
  • GM (1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.): Work by Teresa Dovey (lobby)
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