Fourth year Bachelor of Fine Arts students opened Honesty Hour, their end of year exhibit, at the ArtLab Gallery.
Artist Skawennati brings Indigenous narrative to campus through her machinimas.
Forms of Narrative, curated by Nino Ricci, the Alice Munro Chair in Creativity, explores the relationship between art and the English language.
Visiting professor Shujuan Liu blended traditional Chinese art elements with her experiences on Western campus.
The exhibit, "selsun blue," is a mondegreen, a misinterpretation or mishearing of lyrics, which often impart a new, more personal connection, of Neil Diamond's “Song Sung Blue.”
On Jan. 10, the “Please - Do Not Take this Lightly” exhibit opened at the Artlab Gallery, showcasing artwork illustrating the danger and impact of tornadoes.
Imagine walking onto a stage without having any idea of what you're going to perform. You haven't rehearsed anything and have never practiced with the people you're onstage with. It's likely you'd be a little more nervous than usual.
Walk into the “95% Invisible” exhibit, and you'll be greeted by a set of evenly spaced industrial crates in a brightly lit space. It's an exhibit that explores the ethics of art storage; it tells us a story of what happens to art when it's not on display.
After graduating from Western University with a degree in media, information and technoculture in 2013, Ruby Benson had no idea what she wanted to do with her life.