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NU student-artists featured in travelling exhibition

NU Student Pauline Sutherland’s piece: Lifeline. 2017

Screen-print, 15x22 inches​

A group of six Nipissing University student artists have been selected to participate in a touring exhibition, Print Pulse 30, alongside student-artists from three other universities.

Currently featured at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts in Kingston, Ontario, the exhibition will be on display in North Bay at the W.K.P. Kennedy Gallery February 17 - March 3, 2018, following exhibitions in Kingston, Hamilton, and Syracuse. Print Pulse 30 represents work from print programs at Nipissing, Queen's, McMaster, and Syracuse universities.

The Nipissing student-artists exhibiting are: Jessa Laframboise, Caitlin Marion, Megan Picknell, Pauline Sutherland, Alyssa Stapley, and Brynn White.

Print Pulse 30 is a survey of print works from four institutions, McMaster University, Nipissing University, Syracuse University and Queen’s University.  The travelling exhibition showcases 32 student-artists. The aim of the exhibition is to give the participating student-artists and their audience insight as to the themes, concepts and methods shaping university level print media production. 


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