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Monday, February 05, 2007


What the heck is AAHLUMNIEX?
It's work from selected artists who are alumni of A&AH

What is A&AH?
A&AH is the Art and Art History Program, established in 1971 when Sheridan College joined with the University of Toronto at Mississauga to establish Canada’s first collaborative art program between a college and university. Graduates of the program earn both a Diploma in Art and Art History from Sheridan College and a Bachelor of Arts or Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto. Through this collaboration, students have the benefit of enrolling in studio courses at Sheridan College and art history and visual culture and communication courses at UTM.

Teresa Ascencao, Atanas Bozdarov, Tonia Di Risio, Fausta Facciponte, Stephen Fakiyesi, Dorian Fitzgerald, Emily Gove, Daniel Griscti, Natalie Harder, Mari Jørstad, Linda Martinello, Jennifer Matotek, Heidi May, Steve Mazza, Monika Raciborski, Heather Saunders, Julie Saunders, Ben Walmsley, Andrew Wright

When, where and all that other stuff
Dates: February 15 to March 25, 2007, Opening Reception Thursday, February 15th at 6pm
Location: Art Gallery of Mississauga
Admission: Free
Hours: Weekdays 9 am to 5 pm, weekends 12 to 4 pm
*Call 905 896 5088 to confirm hours

What will I see if I come to the Art Gallery of Mississauga for AAHLUMNIEX?
Well, you'll see a whole lotta good stuff but, here's a small sample for your viewing pleasure...

Teresa Ascencao
Portrait of a Young Bullfighter, 2000
Super 8 film

Dorian Fitzgerald
The Roses, 2006
acrylic and caulking on canvas
102 x 80 inches

Ben Walmsley

Helen II, 2006
oil on wood panel
60 x 30 inches

Andrew Wright
30 x 40 inches

Jennifer Matotek

Why Overweight Preteen Girls with Glasses Often Like Unicorns, 2006

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