Visual and Creative Arts, Class of 2018
Graduating Student Award, Visual and Creative Arts
Acrylic on canvas
Guswenta or better known as the Two Row Wampum belt is a symbolic record of one of the first treaties made between the Ogweho:weh (original people) of Turtle Island and Europeans immigrants. The treaty was made in 1613 between the Dutch and the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois). I wanted to create this piece to show that something that may seem meaningless or simple has more meaning than you may think.
You can view Samuel's work on display in our Showcases in the Trafalgar campus B wing after July 9, 2018. To submit your own work, you can find our submission form here ➡️http://bit.ly/2C7KzhJ
The Faculty of Animation, Arts and Design, together with the Creative Campus Galleries have launched a new program to award outstanding work by graduating students. Awarded work will be acquired by Sheridan to build our public art collection. This collection will form our new art lending library, which will be administered by the Creative Campus Galleries. If you are interested in temporarily borrowing a piece, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.