Thanks to RBC Royal Bank

NSCAD would like to express appreciation to RBC Royal Bank for its continued sponsorship of the NSCAD Graduation Catalogue and Exhibition. This year, the 2015 Graduation Catalogue will be designed by third-year interdisciplinary design student Ksenia Azanova and the exhibition will be curated by graduating student Katie Nakaska, who is studying photography and art history. Support for the student interns, production of the catalogue and set-up costs of the exhibition (the biggest exhibition at the Anna Leonowens Gallery) are covered through RBC’s generosity.

Additionally, RBC’s $20,000 commitment to NSCAD includes $2,500 in support for the “Keji Project,” a summer class offered at Kejimkujik National Park in partnership with Parks Canada. The class, taught by Anna Sprague, will be offered for a third time this summer, giving students a chance to make and experience art in the great outdoors. (Look for the class in the summer course catalogue under ‘World Travel.’)

Support like this from RBC makes uniquely NSCAD projects, such as the Graduation Catalogue and Exhibition and the Keji Project, possible.

From left at back: Jerome Maingot, Regional Vice President, RBC Royal Bank; Melanie Colosimo, Director of the Anna Leonowens Gallery; NSCAD faculty Anna Sprague, Keji Project organizer; NSCAD students Ksenia Azanova and Katie Nakaska; NSCAD President Dianne Taylor Gearing and Michele Trider, Branch Manager, RBC Royal Bank. Photo by Eliot Wright.