Tag: blackwood gallery

The aesthetic appeal of capitalism

Capitalism is a topic of global controversy. North America has an insatiable greed for wealth and commodities, a greed that reinforces capitalism and capital...

Us versus them: redefining the barrier

The current exhibition at the Blackwood Gallery is titled The Cage is a Stage: A Project in Five Parts, presented by Southern California-based artist,...

Q&A: grads answer with artistic skill

Last week, UTM’s Blackwood Gallery opened its annual exhibition of UTM art and art history graduates’ talent. Frequently Answered Questions explores how art is...

Snail mail sendoff with artistic liberty

Boxes of Valentine’s Day cards have filled the shelves of stores, harking back to a time before texting and email, when your only means...

Decolonize me: rewriting with film

Has the moment of decolonialism passed? Or is it still going on, bringing up questions of former colonists’ responsibility to reconcile some of the...

Finding the meaning of independence

Street riots. Revolutions. Parades. New flags. Independence.Maryam Jafri’s exhibit The Day After offers a comparative perspective of the decolonial moment in history, marking a...

Artists take advantage of natural resources

A wall of 17 industrial fans blow on the mound of sand in the middle of the Blackwood Gallery. Robert Wysocki’s installation "traction" uses 30,000 pounds of...

Student art right on the horizon of graduation

Many new beginnings come with spring; things slowly begin to come back to life and we can finally ditch our $300 winter jackets. For...

In response to "Our freedom of expression"

In last week's Letter to the Editor, Ruqayyah Ahdab posed thoughtful and relevant questions regarding the legality of "offensive nudity" in relation to the...

Grads present: Didactic

The Art and Art History Graduate Exhibition Didactic held its opening reception at the Blackwood Gallery on Wednesday, March 4 from 5:30 p.m. —...
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