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Fine Arts research professor Thaddeus Holownia selected for 14th Annual Scotiabank Photography Award Shortlist
The award is Canada's largest and most prestigious annual peer-nominated and reviewed prize for lens-based art  
New exhibition honours the life and work of longtime teacher Gay Hansen (1954-2021)
"of a feather," featuring the photography of Thaddeus Holownia and Karen Stentaford and curated by Emily Falvey, is at the Owens Arts Gallery until May 15
The Sweetest Little Thing celebrates 25th anniversary
Community event and art auction fundraiser supports the Owens Art Gallery and Struts Gallery
Engaging gallery experience with Lydia Paterson: Summer Student Internship 
Fourth-year BA Fine Arts student Lydia Paterson is spending her summer as the Lassonde Intern in the Arts at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery through the Experiential Learning & Career Development’s Internship Program at Mount Allison. 
Mount Allison welcomes pianist Graham Johnson as 2022 Bragg Artist-in-Residence
English musician to meet with students and faculty, perform public recital during March residency
Pandemic progress for young entrepreneurs
Mount Allison alumni and students reflect on their experiences as young entrepreneurs during the COVID-19 crisis
On the air and beyond the classroom
The Perry MacDonald & Family CHMA Spoken Word Internship will make even more experiential learning opportunities available to students
A new look at ‘Mount Allison’s darkest night’
Renée Belliveau (‘17) brings the story of the 1941 residence fire to life in her novel, The Sound of Fire
New Indigenous artwork unveiled at Mount Allison 
Loretta Gould's Prayers of Our Lost Children to be on display in the Wallace McCain Student Centre
Music behind the scenes
Music degree leads Presley Hynes (’16) down a less traditional path
Yvonne Singer: Waiting… still waiting
Collaborative outdoor art exhibition between Owens, Struts Gallery launched in Sackville
Night at the museum
Mount Allison introduces new minor in Museum and Curatorial Studies