Apr 05

PUSH Exhibition at C2 City Hall Gallery

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PUSH is a student organized exhibition, designed as an opportunity for the senior students of the Bachelor of Fine Arts students at the University of Calgary to showcase their art in the community. It is an exhibition which PUSH-es this generations new and innovative artists’ into the public sphere.

PUSH aims to present a variety of new artists to the community by displaying their works that represent a wide range of mediums, approaches, styles and inspirations. This unique exhibition also links the University of Calgary with the diverse art community, allowing students to forge connections with and present to the community. This year’s exhibition includes 29 emerging artists presenting 37 pieces in various forms of contemporary art including drawing, painting, sculpture, print making, photography, installation and digital arts.

This is the Sixth annual PUSH show. The exhibition is located in C2 – it is easily accessible to the public and presents the University of Calgary as a part of the arts community.

This Years Push Committee includes:

President and Finance Manager: Mahwish Ahmed//Vice-President of Marketing: Zareen Abeer//Vice-President of Communication: Anbareen Abeer//Designer: Ysabel Fernandez //Editor: Jamie Dick//Event Photographer: David Leonhardt

Sponsors: University of Calgary-Arts Department// University of Calgary-Senates// ContemporaryCalgary-C2
The Opening Reception is on the 7th of April 2016 from 5-8pm.
The exhibition will be held from April 7th – 24th 2016.
The venue of the exhibition is Contemporary Gallery//C2.
C2 - City Hall Address 104 - 800 MACLEOD TRAILS SE, T2G 2M3
PH: 403.262.1737
M - W: Closed//TH - SU: 12 - 6

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