Student and Alumni News

2017 Medal Winner for VCS Sylvia Evans, "On historical time and redemptive practice: A philosophical reading of Walid Raad’s The Atlas Group"

Current BA (Honours) in Visual and Critical Studies student Maya Wilson-Sanchez's text "Collaboration, Family and Photography: The Process of Creating an Installation for the Family Camera Exhibition" is featured on the ROM's blog. Maya gives an overview of the Family Camera project through her participation in the Digital Futures Graduate Program course “Special Topic: Family Camera at the ROM.”

Maya's second blog entry for Family Camera, "The Living Room: Photography in the Public and Private"

Laura Thipphawong, recipient of the 2016 VCS Program Medal for her Thesis "Death and the Maiden: Medical Imagery and Eroticism in the Work of Gabriel von Max," was accepted into the MA Art History program at the University of Toronto. Laura is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher.

"What It Takes to Be An Emerging Artist" Interview with VCS student Laura Thipphawong, Instudio