Summa 2022: Taking Space
By McMaster Museum of Art and the School of the Arts
Free Exhibit for Faculty, Future Students, Graduate Students, International Students, Postdoctoral Students, Researchers, Staff, Undergraduate Students
McMaster Museum of Art is pleased to present Taking Space, the graduating student exhibition for McMaster University’s School of the Arts.
Exhibition dates: March 31 – April 29, 2022
Curated by Sahra Soudi
Artists: Hanan Abbas, Anastasija Dimitrijevic, Sid Jessome, Rhys Jones, Olivia Missons, Alessia Morgante, Laura Murk, Barin Osho, Hannah Pacan, Gabby Pacheco, PauTheRebel, Hannah Robinson, Taylor Sharratt, Ally Thomas, Anastasia Petrovic, Serena Walk, Caitlin Walsh, Ji-Young Yoon
McMaster Museum of Art is pleased to present SUMMA 2022: Taking Space. The exhibition presents the work of 18 emerging artists graduating from McMaster University’s School of the Arts class of 2022. After two years of hosting the annual exhibition online, the museum is excited to be presenting this year’s exhibition in person in the Sherman and Panabaker Galleries.
Curated by Sahra Soudi, the work in the exhibition is united around the central theme of taking space. According to Soudi, “Taking space means daring to be bold, seen, and heard. The 2022 SUMMA exhibition Taking Space does exactly that. Through the exhibition, these young visionary artists explore the connections between their craft and their principles, finding innovative ways to share their emerging art practices.”
The exhibition includes work from a variety of mediums such as painting, digital media, drawing, photography, textiles, and installation.
Artist talks will be recorded and available on the museum’s website in April.
To view Taking Space, visit the museum during open hours. Appointments are not required.
The museum gratefully acknowledges the continued support of the Ontario Arts Council.
ABOUT MCMASTER MUSEUM OF ART
The McMaster Museum of Art is a meeting space for both the University campus and the community situated within the traditional territories of the Mississauga and the Haudenosaunee nations. The M(M)A engages and inspires through arts presentation and promotion, as well as by: growing an awareness of the interconnectivity of the past, present and future; advancing de-colonization; engaging in innovative and imaginative research; dismantling institutional and ideological boundaries; partnering and collaborating with intentionality; diversifying the collection; and building capacity.
- School of the Arts