Art lovers got a glimpse of Durham College’s (DC) most talented artists at the Third-Year Thesis and Grad Show, which took place at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery from April 14 to 26.
The third-year Fine Art Advanced students welcomed the public to see and experience the culmination of their year’s work during the exhibition, which included an artist talk and reception on Sunday, April 19.
“We are extremely proud of this group of graduating students. They have met and exceeded our expectations as artists, and they are very fine people too,” said Charlotte Hale, associate dean, School of Media, Art & Design. “Outstanding faculty and our continued partnership with the Robert McLaughlin and Whitby Station Galleries makes the Fine Art program an exceptional learning opportunity in Durham region.”
The exhibition allows students to experience what an art show is like in a gallery-setting. Works exhibited ranged from paintings and sculpture to art installations.