Multimedia students present final projects at Art Crawl

April 12, 2017

POLY 2017: Master of None is a Multimedia program graduation show featuring multidisciplinary works by graduating students and creators of all backgrounds and creative practices.

Jack of all trades, master of none—though oftentimes better than master of one.

The McMaster Multimedia program is a unique program where students dabble in design, code, audio, photography and time-based production, all while grounding their technical knowledge with media theory and artistic critique. They come from diverse walks of life and academic and professional backgrounds, all weaving in distinct world views and approaches in multimedia production. The result is a thriving community of artists with diverse voices, coming together in synergy to create a truly multifaceted body of work ranging from documentaries to musical albums and graphic design. As jacks of all trades, the students believe that being a master of none is more important than a master of one. And while they usually wear many hats, this month, they wear just one thing on their heads — their graduation cap.

Participating artists:
Adam Austin, Daven Bigelow, Nick Bommarito, James Clark, Marwa Eid, Jessica Escoto, Leah Flanagan, Ella Gair, Marco Gugliucciello, Allison Hamilton, Jason Lau, Ans Li, Dimitri Marekic, Courtney McNeely, Luke Meneok, Sherri Murray, Serafina Thoma, Nicole Vasarevic

Course supervisors:
David Ogborn, Paula Gardner and Andrew Mactavish

Celebrate the work of the graduating class of 2017 on the evening of Friday, April 14th, at the Factory Media Centre on James Street, as a part of the Hamilton Art Crawl.