The Anna – February 10 to 15, 2020

Exhibitions: February 10-14, 2020

Opening receptions: Monday, February 10, 2020, 5:30 – 7 p.m.


A woman in a yellow dress, holding a yellow flower by her left knee.

Jessie McLaughlin, undergraduate exhibitor.












Jessie McLaughlin, undergraduate exhibitor— Gallery 1

Artist Talk: Tuesday, February 11, 1 p.m.

McLaughlin has a fondness for the playfulness and messiness that seem to encompass the twists and turns of growing up. She uses personal text, colour and textile processes such as weaving, quilting, embroidery and appliqué to evoke an overall aesthetic that is endearing, light-hearted and fun.

A circle of red yarn.

Rosalind Hennenfent, undergraduate exhibitor.










Rosalind Hennenfent, undergraduate exhibitor — Gallery 2A

Hennenfent uses paper pulp medium to create wearable jewellery. Placing paper pulp piece by piece allows the growth of organic and unexpected patterns within a singular form.

A left hand, with three rings on fingers.

Samuel Lin, undergraduate exhibitor.









Remember Me

Samuel Lin, undergraduate exhibitor — Gallery 2A

Lin explores colour, material and structure in jewellery-making, using the medium to tell stories, reveal connections and memories.

A porcelain white dove with extended wings.

Luisa Grottker, undergraduate exhibitor.











It’s okay to dream

Luisa Grottker, undergraduate exhibitor — Gallery 2B

Grottker employs a combination of ceramic sculpture, textiles, light and sound to immerse the viewer within a comforting, dreamlike space.

Hannah Highfield, undergraduate exhibitor.

Hannah Highfield, undergraduate exhibitor.












Hannah Highfield, undergraduate exhibitor — Gallery 3

Highfield challenges the idea of what crochet typically is, or has been, through the creation of five wearable pieces utilizing polymer clay and artificial leather.