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In 1973, the American art critic, art historian, and curator Lucy Lippard visited NSCAD, where she met Wilson and took an interest in her work.
Jenkner observes that "[t]he feminist art community is isolated within NSCAD." (17) The curators themselves express ambivalence about their experiences, as feminists, during their educations there.
Collyer, like Humphrey, perceives that NSCAD is: not in a vacuum.
We ourselves encountered an instance of such unpreparedness during the 1999 Week of Reflection, commemorating the Montreal Massacre, when we presented, as part of NSCAD events organized on the occasion of By the Skin of Our Teeth, an exhibit organized by the student Women's Collective, a discourse analysis of the comment books, arguing that the pattern that emerged constituted a classic case of hostile environment for women.
Feminist art students are often candid about confronting and negotiating institutional resistance at NSCAD. As a consequence of this embattled state of affairs, perhaps, their aesthetic practice becomes so institution-specific as to preclude the development of strategies useful for addressing spaces and audiences outside of NSCAD's environment.
During his year at NSCAD, he took full advantage of the school's new facilities, utilizing the large kilns to create the work for this exhibition mounted at the Saint Mary's University Art Gallery in Halifax.
Darrell Varga is Canada Research Chair in Contemporary Film and Media Studies at NSCAD University (Nova Scotia College of Art and Design) and is co-editor of Working on Screen: Representations of the Working Class in Canadian Cinema (University of Toronto Press) and editor of Rain/Drizzle/Fog: Essays on Cinema and Television in Atlantic Canada (University of Calgary Press).
He served as President of NSCAD University (Nova Scotia College of Art and Design) and is currently the Director and President of the Corcoran where he oversees the oldest private art museum and oldest art college in the US capital.
Darrell Varga is Canada Research Chair in Contemporary Film and Media Studies at NSCAD University (the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design) in Halifax.
Darrell Varga is Assistant Professor in the Department of Communications, Popular Culture and Film at Brock University and in July 2005 will become Canada Research Chair in Cinema and Media Studies at NSCAD University (The Nova Scotia College of Art and Design) in Halifax.
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