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Sheridan AA Gallery

Upcoming Exhibitions


March 16 - 27: Project Project 10 (Art & Art History)

February 24 - March 6: Photography

February 3 - 14: Furniture & Textiles  

January 13 - 24: Industrial Design  


Past & Current Exhibitions


November 25 - December 6: Siliceous Cousins

November 4 - 17: TBD Illustration Workshop & Exhibition

October 14 - 25: aniVision Exhibition 

September 23 - October 6: Craft and Design - Interdisciplinary Project

June 30 - September 15: Winter Stations Exhibition


Industrial Design  

Trafalgar Campus | Sheridan Gallery | AA-Wing 

January 13 - 24, 2020

In this exhibition, students of Sheridan Industrial Design display solutions to a wide variety of challenges and design opportunities.

From the extreme to the everyday, students apply their empathy and human understanding towards relevant, real-world scenarios. Portable heater for stranded motorists that’s small enough to fit in a cup holder, and a system of tools to redirect negative moods and behaviours for individuals experiencing the effects of Alzheimer’s disease, are just two works channeling these essential qualities.

Entrepreneurial insight and effective self-promotion are critical aspects of bringing a new product to market. A collection of focused projects demonstrates student collaboration with renowned industry partners. As the students’ progress through the Industrial Design program, their acquired knowledge, practice and confidence allow them to develop their own creative voice. These voices shape their work, and the emerging identity of Sheridan Industrial Design, now in its sixth year.

Illustrations of lights, stools, and chairs in a collage.



Join us this year for a sensational series of student, alumni and faculty exhibitions and see what makes Sheridan’s Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design such a unique artistic environment. Sheridan’s Gallery is an exhibition space that showcases emerging student artists and helps bring to life Sheridan’s innovative and energetic arts community. As well as encouraging cross-disciplinary creativity, the Gallery highlights curriculum-based student work and supports a variety of exhibition related learning experiences to reinforce the relationship between learning institute, industry and community. 
The Gallery mandate is to educate, surprise and expose students and visitors to art and design while reflecting a variety of ideas, cultures and media.
All exhibitions installed and designed by Jamie Owen, Gallery Installation Designer and Gallery Coordinators, Kate Jackson and Thea Haines.