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McIntosh opens student exhibitions

McIntosh opens student exhibitions

Western Visual Arts students Kevin Rodgers and Matthew Ryan Smith culminate their doctoral research in separate PhD Thesis Exhibitions opening at the McIntosh Gallery this week.

Campus Digest, April 5

Campus Digest, April 5

Legacy exhibit takes flight Two labour deals head to BOG Western has recently reached tentative settlements with the Clinical Teachers Association of UWO (CTA) representing 650 clinical faculty in the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry and the University of...

McIntosh Gallery hosts HAVOQ members at London Public Library

McIntosh Gallery hosts HAVOQ members at London Public Library

Three members of San Francisco’s Horizontal Alliance of Very Organized Queers (HAVOQ) are inviting members of The University of Western Ontario to join the conversation on the intersections queer and immigrant experiences at a McIntosh Gallery event tonight (Sept. 27) hosted at the London Public Library.

Spaces in the spotlight at gallery

Spaces in the spotlight at gallery

An upcoming McIntosh Gallery exhibit will explore the idea of architectural space – from two quite different angles. “Michelle McGeean: This Will Kill That” and “Robert Williams: So it Goes,” MFA thesis exhibitions presented in collaboration with Western’s Department of Visual Arts, run Aug. 19-Sept. 18.

McIntosh growing in the community

The McIntosh Gallery has partnered with the Art Exchange to present Lea Bucknell: Forest City Garden Project, a special display of plants and stories from the community.

Rare King James Bible on display

Rare King James Bible on display

During the exhibition Sacred Space, the McIntosh Gallery will present a limited engagement display of Western’s own 1613 copy of the King James Bible.

ArtShare helps campus deck the walls

How would you like to spruce up your office with the colourful artwork of Gerald Trottier or Bob Bozak? How about decorating your department’s common space with the artistic styles of Margot Ariss or Gilbert Moll? What’s stopping you?