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  1. photy by Global News

    Global News: Treehouses installed in Churchill Square as part of public art project

    It’s not a sight often seen in downtown Edmonton, but on Monday, some very realistic miniature houses were being hoisted into the trees above Churchill Square. They are part of a public art project by the Threshold Collective, a group comprised of University of Alberta design students. The goal of the project? To spark discussion and thought about public and private space.

  2. Siying Chen's floor lamp featured in the 2015 Bachelor of Design show Running with Scissors

    Edmonton Journal ArtPic: Siying Chen's floor lamp a highlight of U of A design show

    Chen’s geometric lamp is based on collapsible-expandable ball toys. The brightness of the bulb shifts depending on your telescopic manipulation of how the plywood frame sits on its gorgeous industrial green neck. It’s a work of hands-on beauty.

  3. Nicole Clouston- Untitled (bones)

    Destabilizing Dystopia: art exhibition and artist talk

    The University of Alberta's Art and Design Graduate Student Association (ADGSA) exhibition Destabilizing Dystopia at dc3 Art projects features the work of current UAlberta students and recent alumni, as well graduate students from across North America. A thread that runs through the show is dystopia as it relates to the environment with many of the works creating moments of pause and reflection for viewers to consider their own role in our planet’s future.

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