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May 15
Art Hive and collectiveEYEdentity exhibit at Trafalgar Campus

Time 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Location Trafalgar - Library and Learning Commons, 1430 Trafalgar Road, Oakville

Come out to the next Art Hive at Sheridan's Trafalgar Campus Library and Learning Commons on Wednesday, May 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This art hive is part of the collectiveEYEdentity exhibit curated by Art Fundamentals professor Susan Beniston, currently on display in the Library. The art hive will reflect the theme of the exhibition.

What is an art hive? This free event is an opportunity for you to experiment with art materials to help increase your health and well-being. It's a community art studio where everyone is welcomed as an artist. Materials will be provided. Stay for five minutes or the full time. No registration required. 

What is collectiveEyedentity?

The collectiveEYEdentity miniature works were originally exhibited at The Gallery at Trafalgar Campus in October 2018. The exhibit features the work of the following artists: Shelagh Armstrong Hodgson, Elaine Brodie, Antonio Cangemi, Katherine Cogill, Isabel Cruz, Junk Drawer of a Long-Forgotten DADAist, Barb DiPietro, Virginia DiRuscio, Sheila Greenland, Thea Haines, Sherry Lawr, Mary E. Libby, John McCartney, Kristin Mesley, Natasha Nootchtai, Peter Palermo, Kim Ramsahoye, Nicolas Salisbury, Winsome Tse, Cheryl Vallender, Borbala Wellisch, Sydni Weatherson

Art Hive event poster