6 June – 9 August 2019
Hazel McCallion Campus B-Wing Gallery
How are students navigating perceptions of their identities in a rapidly changing world?
This year’s Walk the Art exhibition, (Dys)Placed: Exploration of Identity, addresses how identities are placed and displaced, and how students explore who they are in ever-shifting spaces.
Over the 2018-2019 calendar year, young artists and teachers from high schools in the municipalities of Caledon, Brampton, and Mississauga, delved into the ways geography, community, society, and the world around us shape identities. The results of their studies, which are deeply reflective and communicate the unique perspectives of each student, are on display throughout this gallery.
Since 2000, the Peel District School Board (PDSB) has facilitated Walk the Art, a program that encourages exploration of social justice issues through artistic expression. Sheridan is delighted to support PDSB students’ creative journeys and share their work with our broader communities.
Sheridan gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Hazel McCallion Fund for Arts, Culture, and Heritage at the Community Foundation of Mississauga, a registered charitable public foundation serving the people of Mississauga.