NSCAD University Graduation Catalogue 2010 - Download the PDF

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NSCAD University Graduation Catalogue 2010 - Download the PDF

Nova

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Scotia College

of Art and Design

twenty ten graduation catalogue


This catalogue accompanies the 2010 NSCAD University

Graduation Exhibition at Anna Leonowens, Port Loggia

and Seeds Galleries,

May 4 to 16, 2010.

Published by NSCAD University

5163 Duke Street

Halifax, Nova Scotia

B3J 3J6, Canada

(902) 444 9600

Visit our website for the most current program and

admission information at www.nscad.ca.

ISBN 978-0-920149-26-3

© 2010 NSCAD University.

All rights reser ved. Printed in Canada by Meridian

Communications, Halifax, Nova Scotia. www.meridiancommunications.ca

Work images © of respective artists.

Catalogue design and accompanying imager y © Cait

Vachon.

No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any

manner without written permission from the publisher.

Reasonable effort has been made to identify owners of

copyright and to provide accurate information pertaining

to students’ work.

NSCAD University does not necessarily endorse or condone

the ideas or viewpoints expressed by contributors to

this catalogue.

Anna Leonowens Gallery Design and

Production Team

Catalogue Designer and Coordinator: Cait Vachon

Graduation Exhibition Curator: sol Legault

Director, Anna Leonowens Galler y: Tonia Di Risio

Exhibitions Coordinator: Eleanor King

Director, University Relations: Jane Hopgood

Special thanks to:

President David B. Smith, Jane Hopgood, Director,

University Relations and all departmental faculty for their

cooperation. Tonia

Di Risio and Eleanor King for their support and encouragement.

Mike Innes and the team at Meridian Communications

for their generous printing expertise. Jacob Mailman

for his photo assistance, and Will Hopkins for image

preparation. Jeff Wry from the NSCAD Print Shop, and the

2010 graduates - without their hard work this publication

would not exist.

The 2010 Graduation Catalogue is made

possible by the generous support of the

RBC Emerging Artists Project.

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Introductory Messages

Message from the President 4

Message from our Sponsor 5

Message from the Exhibition Curator

Message from the Catalogue Designer 7

The Catalogue

Undergraduate Studies 9

Graduate Studies 97

Index 110

Photography Credits 114

Sponsors 115

This book is printed in Canada by an FSC certified printer, ensuring

Text set in Rockwell and Franklin Gothic. Cover created

production complies with international standards governing sound en-

with Avenir. View the photography credits for addivironmental

practices. Cover is printed on Hanno Art Silk, 200 M Cover.

2 tional information regarding photography and printing

Text is printed on Hanno Art Silk, 100 lb Text. Both stocks are acid- and

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information.

elemental chlorine-free, and FSC certified.


David B. Smith

President

It is a privilege for me once again to write the welcome remarks

for NSCAD University’s Graduation Catalogue. This is the fourth

year of this publication, which highlights the best works of our

newest alumni – the 2010 graduating class. Throughout these

pages, through extraordinar y creative practices, you will see our

future arts leaders. The students whose works populate these

pages will together transform the cultural landscape of Canada

and NSCAD is so proud to have contributed to their journey as

artists.

This catalogue is sent to galleries around the world, it is sent to

proud parents across the countr y, and in many cases, it is the

beginning of a professional portfolio for our graduating students.

It is also a testament to the powerful partnerships NSCAD

has struck with the corporate community. RBC Financial Group,

through the RBC Emerging Artists Project, has been the sponsor

of this catalogue since its inception. The partnership between

NSCAD and RBC works on many levels, from raising the profile of

students in our community to providing them with a professional

self-marketing tool in the Graduation Catalogue. Furthermore,

the experience allows students to build key business skills as

working artists. Thank you, RBC, for making this experience

available to our students through your meaningful investment.

I wish to extend my sincere best wishes to all our new alumni and

their families. I also want to congratulate two NSCAD students in

particular who have worked tirelessly on producing this catalogue

and its corresponding exhibition: Cait Vachon, who designed the

2010 catalogue and sol Legault, who curated the 2010 Graduation

Exhibition.

Stewart Robinson

Vice President & Branch

Manager, Nova Scotia

Group, RBC Dominion

Securities

As one of Canada’s most respected corporations, RBC values

creative thinking as integral to vibrant communities and

the key to successful business. Investing in creative talent

has long been a priority for us, and we are proud to put our

convictions into action through the RBC Emerging Artists

Project.

Helping talented students make the transition from the

academic to the entrepreneurial world of the arts is evident

in our ongoing partnership with NSCAD and is one of many

ways in which we encourage creative expression in Canada.

Former students, now artists, who have been touched by

RBC Emerging Artist funding are in galleries, theatres and

creative institutions coast to coast, contributing to the cultural

fabric of our nation. By featuring the work of NSCAD

students in our Halifax office and supporting the graduation

exhibition and catalogue, we are excited to know that our

role in their careers may be only just beginning.

RBC is proud to celebrate creative vision and artistic talent

in our community, and wishes NSCAD University graduates

continued success.

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sol Legault

2010 Graduation

Exhibition Curator

Taking the big step out into the world can be daunting for an

artist, craftsperson or designer these days. As we begin to look

back on what we have learned and accomplished in our time here

at NSCAD, we will see that what we have gained is directly proportional

to the effort and passion we have poured into our work.

Challenges set before us by our teachers and peers have been

instrumental in developing our creative problem-solving skills

and fostering a critical engagement with the world around us. It

is we, however, who are charged with the responsibility to take

advantage of this valuable experience and apply it to whatever we

undertake in the world beyond school.

Endless studio sessions, wild NSCAD dances, Monday night

galler y openings, getting lost in the stair ways at Granville campus,

student-led events and movements, daily encounters with

ever-helpful department staff, as well as the unique personal

connections and relationships we hold dear, all add up to a

wealth of experience that will stay with us forever.

We, as emerging artists/designers/craftspeople, need to remember

that our critical and dedicated approaches to our work

and the world are invaluable. In a time when art can be sorely

under valued, we must continue the work that is important to

us, and get it out there to make it known that it is important to

all. Remember that art is what makes a culture rich.

I offer congratulations and good fortune to my peers, the

graduating class of 2010!

Cait Vachon

2010 Graduation Catalogue

Designer and Coordinator

cait.vachon@gmail.com

Like many other students coming in from across the country,

this was my first year studying at NSCAD University.

One of the most exciting features of this university is its broad

range of disciplines. My goal in designing this year’s catalogue

has been to highlight diversity by presenting each work

to its best advantage within the rich mosaic of art, craft and

design.

The Twenty Ten Graduation Catalogue does not follow the

traditional approach of categorizing entries alphabetically

and by discipline. Instead, each submission has been

selected and placed according to its underlying aesthetic.

On the cover you’ll see traces of a few words. The cover design

began as an index of the many disciplines of study at NSCAD.

The words that formed the titles and descriptions were then

fragmented, overlapped, coloured, and repeated until they

became a textured, woven fabric. This multi-dimensional

fabric represents NSCAD, its solidarity and the diverse talents

of its graduating students.

On behalf of NSCAD University and the graduating

class of 2010, I would like to thank Meridian Communications

for their generous sponsorship and support

throughout this project.

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Joshua Feigin - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Getting it Right, Seventeen of Seventeen

Ink on paper - 21.6 x 27.9 cm

Eric Mummery - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 And Dog Saw That It Was Good

Watercolour on paper - 55.9 x 76.2 cm

ericmummer y@hotmail.com

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Anna Millar - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2010 Awake & Moving About

Intaglio print - 49.5 x 64.8 cm each

Carmen Rhoads - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Episode XXXIII

Lino-reductive print on paper - 30.5 x 23 cm

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Charles Wills - Bachelor of Design, Major in Interdisciplinary Design

2010 Yarmouth 250

Digital logo - variable sizes

chuckwills.design@gmail.com

Shevawn Desrosiers - Bachelor of Design, Major in Interdisciplinary

Design

2009 Animal Antics Map

Digital print on paper - 5.1 x 91.4 cm (1 panel)

scdesrosiers@gmail.com

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Rebecca Roher - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2009 Week 16 (Appreciating Rain)

Watercolour and pencil on paper - 23 x 30.5 cm

rebsroher@gmail.com

Jessica Smith - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2009 Susan

Embroider y on cotton muslin - 35.6 x

45.7cm

jess_ica00smith@yahoo.ca

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Sophia Erdahl - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2010 South of My Feet

Oil on panel - 121.9 x 182.9 cm

sophia.erdahl@hotmail.com

Jared Betts - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Obscured Innocence

Mixed media on canvas - 76.2 x 76.2 cm

www.jaredbetts.com

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Gail Jeffery Fitzgerald - Visual Arts Certificate for Teachers

2009 Toxic Waste

Screenprint on paper - 45 x 62 cm

Will Hopkins - Bachelor of Design, Major in Interdisciplinary Design

2010 2010 Calendar

Digital print on paper - 59.4 x 84.1 cm

will.hopkins@gmail.com

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Sebastian Frye - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary), Minor in Art

History

2010 Friends (Seldon)

Graphite, charcoal, eraser on paper - 40.6 x 61 cm

sebastianfr ye@gmail.com

Jessica Hein - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Untitled (world)

Graphite, acr ylic on paper - 61 x 61 cm

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Zsuzsa Szöke - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2010 Felforditom, Leforditom: Aratas

Crochet, pom-pom, wire - 121.9 x 91.4 cm

reggaejunkiezsuzs@hotmail.com

Berkeley Brown - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Jewellery Design and

Metalsmithing

2009 Sifter Ring

Sterling silver, paper, glass bead - 6 x 4.5 x 3.5cm

berkeleybrown@gmail.com

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Elyse Holmes - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Another Variation

Porcelain - 27.9 cm diameter

elyse.holmes@gmail.com

Zimra Beiner - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Ceramics

2009 Ran

Stoneware - 68.6 cm diameter

zimrax@hotmail.com - www.zimrabeiner.

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Benjamin Kai Reimer-Watts - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Still Life

India ink on Stonehenge paper - 38.1 x 54.9 cm

www.grinandgrit.com - reimer watts@gmail.com

Kayla Gibbens - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary), Minor in Art

History

2009 Untitled

Monotype print - 38.1 x 58.4 cm

kayla-gibbens@hotmail.com

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Brandie Ingraham - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art, Minor in Drawing

Faerie

Conté, wax pencil on paper - 61 x 76.2 cm

ingraham@gmail.com - www.twisted bunny.org

Neil Antoine Raymond Lapierre - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary),

Minor in Art History

2009 Bedtime

Intaglio on paper - 38.1 x 27.9 cm

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Lara Lutsenko - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Ebb and Flow

Ink on paper - 83.8 x 55.9 cm

Kathryn Johnson - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art, Minor in

Drawing

2009 Untitled (Athletics)

Ink, gouache, pencil on paper - 55.8 x 76.2 cm

kjohnson58@gmail.com

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Chelle Wootten - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography

2008-10 Building Blocks

Colour photograph (inkjet print) - 152.4 x 81.3 cm (and growing)

chellewootten@gmail.com - www.chellewootten.com

Adam Rafuse - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Film

2008 Superspeed

Colour photograph (inkjet print) - 33 x 48.3 cm

adamjrafuse@gmail.com

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Bryan Rubarth - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography

2009 Meditation-3 (From the installation 'Western Body/Eastern Mind')

Photographic transparency, lightbox - 76.2 x 76.2 cm

br yanrubarth@gmail.com

Lindsay Ballard - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography, Minor in

Art History

2008 From the series ‘Masked’

Colour photograph - 40.6 x 50.8 cm

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Trevor Wood - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography

2009 Halifamous

Colour photograph (inkjet print) - 55.9 x 71.1 cm

Jacob Mailman - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography

2009 Shared Isolation 3

Digital image (inkjet print) - 50.8 x 60.1 cm

jacobmailman@gmail.com

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Kerrin Kenny - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Double Major in Photography and

Film

2010 Scotia Square from the Pedway

Colour photograph (inkjet print) - 61 x 61 cm

kerrinkenny@gmail.com - flickr.com/photos/kerrinalice

Ashley Hicks - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography

2009 Aesop

Colour photograph (archival inkjet print) - 55 x 76 cm

ashley.rose.hicks@gmail.com - www.ashleyhicks.ca

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Courtney Kelsey - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography

2009 Untitled

Colour photograph (inkjet print) - 60.1 x 91.4 cm

courtjkelsey@gmail.com - www.courtneykelsey.ca

Amanda Hammond - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography

2009 Madrid: Portraits of Urban Vendors

Colour photograph (inkjet print) - 33 x 48.3 cm

amandahammond@yahoo.ca

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Keith McLeod - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography

2008 Saputo Factor y

Digital photographic composite (inkjet print) - 60 x 90 cm

sol Legault - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography, Minor in

Drawing

2010 metamorph #011

Digital image (inkjet print) - 61 x 91.4 cm

dangerPoppycock@gmail.com

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Keltie MacNeill - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Homeward

Photographic transparency, lightbox - 61 x 61 x 15.2 cm

keltiemac@gmail.com

Zoltan Ric - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art, Minor in Art History

2009 Acts of God

Lithograph on paper - 76.2 x 157.5 cm

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Nathan Patterson - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art, Minors in Art

History and Drawing

2009 King of the Castle

Oil on canvas - 183 x 122 cm

vangopatterson@hotmail.com

Katharine Vingoe-Cram - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art, Minor

in Art History

2009 Pool

Oil and ink on canvas - 50.8 x 76.2 cm

orchids_bloom@hotmail.com

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Dave Simpson - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2009 Eye Line Composition

Oil, acr ylic, wood stain on plywood support - 19.1 x 29.2 cm

dave_simpson14@hotmail.com

Adam Gunn - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Untitled Figure Painting

Oil on canvas - 152.4 x 121.9 cm

adam-gunn@hotmail.com - www.adamgunndrawing.blogspot.com

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Patrick Burgomaster - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art, Minor in

Drawing

2010 Whose Own Land

Acr ylic on canvas - 182.9 x 121.9 cm

Alicia Kennedy - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2008 Untitled

Mixed media on paper - 91.4 x 121.9 cm

alicia_kennedy9@hotmail.com

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Mary Goodman - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Untitled

Acr ylic on wood - 63.5 x 78.7 cm

pgoodman@ns.sympatico.ca

Kimberley Dodd - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2010 Borzois

Acr ylic on panel - 61 x 91.4 cm

kimdodd13@hotmail.com

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Jennie Philpott - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2009 Kat Bjelland

Acr ylic and oil on canvas - 152.4 x 182.9 cm

jenniephilpott@gmail.com - www.jenniephilpott.com

Colleen McKee - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2008 Fog - Risser’s Beach

Acr ylic on canvas - 91.4 x 101.6 cm

ec.mckee@ns.sympatico.ca - vans.ednet.ns.ca

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Ellen Murphy - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Untitled

Oil on wood - 22.9 x 30.5 cm

secret.cmur@hotmail.com

Jessica Massard - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Stretch No.3

Acr ylic on canvas - 20.3 x 20.3 cm

jessicamassard@hotmail.com

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Delee DeCap - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2009 Swimcap, Checks

Oil on canvas - 91.4 x 76.2 cm

deleenadine@hotmail.com

Adrian Phillips - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary), Minor in Art

History

2010 Untitled

Mixed media collage (inkjet print) - 30.5 x 91.4 cm

adrianphillips@sympatico.ca

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Carl Youngbluth - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art, Minor in

Drawing

2009 Ambiguity

Watercolour on paper - 22.9 x 15.2 cm

carl_youngz@gmail.com

Wendy Ridout Muise - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2008 Rivulet #2

Oil on canvas - 101.6 x 61 cm

wmuise@tallships.ca

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Evie R. Dunville - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Jewellery Design and

Metalsmithing

2009 Honey

Copper, enamel, upholster y cord - 50 x 22 x 7cm

evierae@gmail.com

Emily Blair Doiron - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Jewellery Design

and Metalsmithing

2010 Curio Pendant

Sterling silver, brass, raw silk and citrine - 4 x 2.5 x 1.5 cm

emilyblairdesign@gmail.com

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Joe Fougere - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Jewellery Design and Metalsmithing

2009 Architecture Study #1

Sterling silver, gold, diamond - 3 x 3 x 3cm

Laura Mitrow - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2010 Explosive Transmutation

Bronze - 17 x 12 x 12 cm

laura.mitrow@gmail.com - www.lauramitrow.com

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Karyn Houston - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Untitled

Copper, enamel, sterling silver, pearl - 6.2 x 4.6 x 1.8cm

kar ynhouston@gmail.com

Chayle Cook - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Lichen Ring

Sterling silver - 1.7 x 2.2 x 0.6cm

www.chayle.com

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Damyèle Arbez-Chaput - Visual Arts Certificate in Studio: Sculpture

2009 Alice (detail)

Mixed media - 457.2 x 182.9 cm

dac.art@hotmail.com

Gina Rae Anderson - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Intermedia

2009 FullStop

Mixed media (fimo) - 121.9 x 121.9 cm

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Heather Burgess - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2010 Another Reason Not to Take the Artist Profession Seriously

NSCAD Degree - 25.4 x 25.4 cm

hburgess09@gmail.com

Rachelle Chartrand - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Green

Mixed media - 121.9 x 167.6 cm

missinsince87@hotmail.com

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Amanda Lye - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Coalescent Moment (Detail)

Pencil crayon, pastel, mixed media on mylar - 200 x 100 cm

amandalye@hotmail.com - www.amandalye.com

Vanessa Malicki-Sánchez - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary),

Minor in Art History

2009 Link (detail)

Hand-woven unbleached cotton, black cotton - 27.9 x 48.3 cm

vote4wawa@gmail.com

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Andrea Saint-Pierre - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Textiles

2009 Rise

Cotton yarn, dye, spray paint on chaise longue - 182.9 x 91.4 x 91.4 cm

the.fragile.design@gmail.com

Pamela Onecia Johnston - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Textiles, Minor

in Fashion

2009 Room to Breathe: Jacket

Cotton-linen, tea-dyed silk, wooden buttons

pam.johnston@ns.sympatico.ca

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Amy Negus - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Textiles, Minor in Fashion

2010 Playing with Colour

Cotton, silk - various sizes

Laura Durston - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Textiles

2009 Bird Pie

Cotton, wool, lace - 22.9 cm diameter (each)

lauradurston@hotmail.com

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Owen Brush - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary), Minor in Art History

2009 Scarf (detail)

Hand-spun local fibres - 250 x 25.4 cm

owenbrush@gmail.com

Jeremy White - Bachelor of Design, Major in Interdisciplinary Design

2009 NSCAD University Graduation Catalogue 2009

Book - 16.2 x 16.2 cm (165 pages)

www.yetifist.com

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Anne Pickard - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 winners homeSense

Mixed media installation - dimensions variable

www.handygirlsguide.blogspot.com

Joshua Peressotti - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Untitled

Ink, varnish on canvas - 20.3 x 20.3 cm

josh_peressotti@hotmail.com - www.joshuaperessotti.com

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Annik Gaudet - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2010 Wanderlust

Video installation - dimensions variable

annikgaudet@gmail.com

Andrew Buszchak - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2007 Idiot String

General Electric wall-mounted telephones, telephone cord - dimensions variable

andrewbuszchak@gmail.com

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Jessica Smallwood - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Intermedia

2009 Climbing Upwards

Colour photograph, drawing, text - 21.6 x 27.9 cm

leather.lomo@gmail.com

Jesse Walker - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2006 Bag (in collaboration with David MacFadden, BFA 2010)

Concrete, NSCAD garbage - duration 2.5 years

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Noah Derek Logan - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

In the Big Leagues

Mixed media installation - dimensions variable

noahdereklogan@gmail.com

Linda Small - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Untitled Spoon

Acr ylic paint on metal - 15.2 x 3.8 cm

linder.123@hotmail.com

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Charlene (Chuck) Heilman - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 10 Toes to the Curb (installation view)

Electroluminescent wire and plywood - dimensions variable

charlene182@gmail.com

Lloyd Stone - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 Contraption 1

Wood, metal, canvas and living plants - 182.9 x 91.4 x 121.9 cm

lstone@shaw.ca

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Sarah Jane Robinson - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)

2009 self-construct (detail)

Mixed media installation - dimensions variable

sarahjrobins@hotmail.com

Leilany Garron - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2010 Eros, Philia + Agape (III)

Oil on canvas - 91.4 x 121.9 cm

leilanyg@gmail.com

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Shauna Smith - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art

2009 Played Games

Oil on canvas - 61 x 91.4 cm

www.shaunasmith.com

Alana Lea Wilson - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Ceramics

2009 Untitled (Exploring), installation view

Earthenware, terra sigillatta - variable sizes

alanawilson.wordpress.com

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Alistair Rance - Master of Fine Arts in Fine and Media Arts

2010 Points of Origin series #1

Oil and acr ylic on canvas - 243.8 x 243.8 cm

alistairrance@hotmail.com

Nicola Tibbetts - Master of Fine Arts in Fine and Media Arts

2010 Accumulation of Ingredients

Oil on canvas - 121.9 x 121.9 cm

nvtibbetts@gmail.com - www.nicolatibbetts.com

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Scott Bertram - Master of Fine Arts in Fine and Media Arts

2009 November (Landscapes)

Acr ylic on canvas - 198 x 355 cm

info@scottbertram.ca - www.scottbertram.ca

Jenna Edwards - Master of Fine Arts in Fine and Media Arts

2009 From the series “Topographs”

Colour photographic print - 61 x 61 cm

jenna.m.edwards@gmail.com

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Meredith Ann Brooks - Master of Design

2010 Halifax Lost

Digital print on paper - 24.1 x 19.2 cm

info@meredithannbrooks.com - www.meredithannbrooks.com

Shane Song Keyu - Master of Design

Visual and Aural Language System of Chinese Pronunciation (VALSP)

Digital print on paper (detail) - variable sizes

sky7lilu@gmail.com

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Juan Zheng - Master of Design

2009 The Wedge of Commemoration

Digital 3D model

c.jathea@gmail.com

Christel LeBlanc - Master of Design

2009 Plane Clash

Digital print on paper - 43.2 x 83.8 cm

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Chris Myhr - Master of Fine Arts in Fine and Media Arts

2009 60 Cycle Hum

Audio installation - dimensions variable

Barbara Sutherland - Master of Fine Arts in Craft

2010 Second Cocoon

Video still

kitka.bas@gmail.com

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Pudy Tong - Master of Fine Arts in Fine and Media Arts

2010 Editorial

Live digital projection, custom software (simulated screen capture)

www.pudytong.ca

Amélie Proulx - Master of Fine Arts in Craft

2009 Voilà, Vois là, Voile (a)

Mixed media - 223.5 x 205.7 x 33 cm

amelie.proulx@gmail.com - www.amelieproulx.com

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index by surname name and page number index by surname name and page number

71 Anderson, Gina Rae

70 Arbez-Chaput, Damyèle

37 Ballard, Lindsay

27 Beiner, Zimra

100 Bertram, Scott

19 Betts, Jared

102 Brooks, Meredith Ann

25 Brown, Berkeley

80 Brush, Owen

72 Burgess, Heather

52 Burgomaster, Patrick

85 Buszchak, Andrew

73 Chartrand, Rachelle

69 Cook, Chayle

60 DeCap, Delee

15 Desrosiers, Shevawn

55 Dodd, Kimberley

65 Doiron, Emily Blair

64 Dunville, Evie R.

79 Durston, Laura

101 Edwards, Jenna

18 Erdahl, Sophia

10 Feigin, Joshua

20 Fitzgerald, Gail Jeffer y

66 Fougere, Joe

22 Fr ye, Sebastian

93 Garron, Leilany

84 Gaudet, Annik

29 Gibbens, Kayla

54 Goodman, Mar y

51 Gunn, Adam

43 Hammond, Amanda

90 Heilman, Charlene (Chuck)

23 Hein, Jessica

41 Hicks, Ashley

26 Holmes, Elyse

21 Hopkins, Will

68 Houston, Kar yn

30 Ingraham, Brandie

33 Johnson, Kathr yn

77 Johnston, Pamela Onecia

53 Kennedy, Alicia

42 Kelsey, Courtney

40 Kenny, Kerrin

103 Keyu, Shane Song

31 Lapierre, Neil Antoine Raymond

105 LeBlanc, Christel

45 Legault, sol

88 Logan, Noah Derek

32 Lutsenko, Lara

74 Lye, Amanda

46 MacNeill, Keltie

39 Mailman, Jacob

75 Malicki-Sánchez, Vanessa

59 Massard, Jessica

57 McKee, Colleen

44 McLeod, Keith

12 Millar, Anna

67 Mitrow, Laura

63 Muise, Wendy Ridout

11 Mummer y, Eric

58 Murphy, Ellen

106 Myhr, Chris

78 Negus, Amy

48 Patterson, Nathan

83 Peressotti, Joshua

61 Phillips, Adrian

56 Philpott, Jennie

82 Pickard, Anne

109 Proulx, Amélie

35 Rafuse, Adam

98 Rance, Alistair

28 Reimer-Watts, Benjamin Kai

13 Rhoads, Carmen

47 Ric, Zoltan

92 Robinson, Sarah Jane

16 Roher, Rebecca

36 Rubarth, Br yan

76 Saint-Pierre, Andrea

50 Simpson, Dave

89 Small, Linda

86 Smallwood, Jessica

17 Smith, Jessica

94 Smith, Shauna

91 Stone, Lloyd

107 Sutherland, Barbara

24 Szöke, Zsuzsa

99 Tibbetts, Nicola

108 Tong, Pudy

49 Vingoe-Cram, Katharine

87 Walker, Jesse

81 White, Jeremy

14 Wills, Charles

95 Wilson, Alana Lea

38 Wood, Trevor

34 Wootten, Chelle

62 Youngbluth, Carl

104 Zheng, Juan

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photo credits by photographer and page number local sponsors thank you very much

sol Legault

Artwork photography on pages 82, 90

Jacob Mailman

Artwork photography on pages 13, 17, 24, 31, 36, 46, 51, 54, 55, 79,

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Keith McLeod

Artwork photography on page 66

Brent McCombs

Artwork photography on page 77

Jeremy Tsang

Artwork photography on page 107

All other accompanying photography © of respective artists.

Brussels Restaurant & Brasserie

Dalhousie Art Gallery

Garrison Brewing Co.

Just Us! Cafe (Barrington St.)

Mount Saint Vincent University

Art Gallery

NSCAD Art Supply Store

NSCAD Office of Student and

Academic Services

The NSCAD Press

Pete’s Frootique Halifax

Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery

SUNSCAD (Student Union of

NSCAD)

Yellow Cab

On behalf of the NSCAD graduating class of 2010, I would like to

extend a hearty thank-you to all of the donors to the Graduation

Exhibition opening reception. These local organizations share our

strong sense of commitment to the Halifax community and to the

arts. It is this dedication that has helped to make both the 2010

NSCAD Catalogue and Graduation Exhibition exciting and successful

celebrations of the talent of emerging students. We, at the

Anna Leonowens Gallery and at NSCAD, are proud to work with

these important members of our community, and look forward to

ongoing collaboration in the future!

sol Legault

2010 Graduation Exhibition Curator

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