McMaster University Events

Mc Master University Events

McMaster University School of the Arts  Project 1 McMaster University, School of the Arts invites students, workers and artists from the community to work with McMaster art students and faculty on a collaborative project directed by Brantford/Hamilton artist Dave Hind. (http://www.davehind.com/)
The project theme will respond to the economy and the collaboration will be generated using gathered, donated and in-house manufactured materials.  It will be built over a week long period from September 10 to September 17 each day from 8:30 to 4:30 in the Outdoor Classroom on the north side of Togo Salmon Hall.
The project will be celebrated at an outdoor public reception on campus following the completion of the project.

McMaster University School of the Arts Prjoect 2 McMaster University, School of the Arts and McMaster Museum of Art  invites students, workers and artists from the community to work with McMaster art students and faculty on a collaborative project directed by U.K . artist  Simon Poulter (http://simonpoulter.co.uk/)
The project theme will respond to the economy and engage the community.

McMaster University Project 3. A collaborative Art Project focused on economic engagement developed by Associate Professor Graham Todd and created by students and the community at large.
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For more information please contact:

Judy Major-Girardin
Associate Professor, School of the Arts
HYPERLINK “mailto:girardin@mcmaster.ca” girardin@mcmaster.ca
(905) 525-9140 ext. 27287

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About SHIFT

SHIFT (Surveying Hamilton Income Future Transitions) is a festival in Hamilton ON, Canada during September, 2011. It gives a diverse constituency the opportunity to expand discourse surrounding the economic future of the city of Hamilton by the use of the arts (visual arts, theatre, music, media arts, dance etc.). It will showcase Hamilton as a vibrant, intellectual, cultural and involved community. A safe place and forum for empowerment in which all voices are seen to have a stake in the economic re-imagining of the city will be created. Various stakeholders will present their visions of redevelopment, urban renewal and economic redefinition of Hamilton. Collaborations between organizations, the community and the public will be fostered. CONTACT-shifthammy@gmail.com
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