Interventions in Western Newfoundland’s Built Environment

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Cameron Forbes; Photo submitted by Cameron Forbes

The term Built Environment refers to spaces and infrastructures developed by humans. The built environment can range in scale from highway networks to fishing stages, and even a sandcastle built at the beach. In Professor Forbes’ art practice, she considers human interventions with the natural landscape and already developed environments as a creative act. In her current project Active Site: Interventions in the Built Environment Forbes’ key question is to understand what the built environment means in Western Newfoundland.

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MFA Students Begin Their Explorations at Grenfell

Grenfell Campus MFA Program Students
From left, Chantal Pennell, Anie Toole, Ardalan Hamedi, Lorna Conquergood and Yalitsa Riden; Photo by Pamela Gill

Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, welcomed its first cohort of Master of Fine Arts in visual arts (studio) students this spring.

Five students from many different walks of life are diving into the program as well as discovering the west coast of the island.

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