As Canada teeters on the edge of marijuana legalization, Guilty Pleasures sends a strong reminder about the often bloodied history behind controlled substances.
Last night, McIntosh Gallery premiered two new exhibits that strive to celebrate the different aspects LGBT2Q+ expression.
The Arts and Humanities Student Council Publications Committee presented their Fall 2017 editions of Symposium and Semicolon at a launch party on Dec. 1.
The McIntosh Gallery's newest exhibit strives to remind us of the factors that impact how we understand our surroundings, focusing on the faculty of hearing.
While you normally wouldn't associate guerrilla and poetry, on Nov. 4, just that happened, a…
Publishing students' creative works, despite their area of study, is crucial for fostering support and dialogue on campus, while gaining valuable career experience. The Arts and Humanities bi-anual publications, Symposium and Semicolon are two outlets on campus that accomplish this.
"Nuit Blanche" French for "white night" is an outdoor, evening arts festival. It’s a concept that has spurred similar events worldwide, including one here on campus.
Curated by Adam Lauder, McIntosh Gallery's new exhibition, Futurisms, creates a laboratory space where visitors can experiment with an array of ideas and works.
One of the exhibits, Past Forward, features over 300 images and text submitted by past graduates of Western’s studio and art history programs.
Tracy Root, a 53-year-old professional, contemporary artist is challenging Londoners' beliefs about Old East Village through her exhibit, East of Adelaide.