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Faculty Art Show Uncovering Talents of U of M Students

April 29, 2015 7:56 AM | News

By Tyler Sutherland

University of ManitobaWINNIPEG — An art show is picking out the unsuspecting talents of members of the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Health Sciences.

The Student Art Show held a public gala Tuesday night and will continue viewings until Friday.

“This year we are particularly proud of the Art Show student leaders who have built an exciting and inspiring relationship between the Art Show and Art City — a not-for-profit community arts centre dedicated to providing people of all ages with high-quality arts programming, free of charge,” said Merril Pauls, director, pre-clerkship, College of Medicine.

A total of 18 Med I and Med II students participated in the after-school volunteer sessions held at Art City.

Members of the faculty, based out of the Bannatyne Campus, were invited to submit their work, including the Colleges of Dentistry, Pharmacy, Rehabilitation Sciences, and the Master of Physician Assistant Studies program. This year’s theme is, “Balance: keeping steady while living on the edge.”

The young boy’s art, along with over 55 other works of art done by kids at Art City, will be displayed at the upcoming show.

The art can be viewed in the Brodie Atrium, 727 McDermot Avenue.