To mark the University’s Bicentennial, the Faculty of Science called on artists from across the McGill community to submit works in any medium, expressing what science meant to them
Talking with Dayna Danger, McGill’s Mellon Indigenous Artist in Residence for 2022, is nothing if not a rollicking, fascinating adventure. Veering this way and that, a scheduled 20-minute Zoom interview turns into an hour-long discussion...
Maya Cousineau-Mollen, poet, is McGill’s Mellon Indigenous Writer in Residence for 2022
The winner of the USD$75,000 prize will be announced in a live virtual event on December 2
Artist in Residence draws on engineering background to increase understanding about environmental issues at Redpath Museum
Rula Jurdi Abisaab is awarded the Khayrallah Prize in recognition of her novel exploring themes of gender, faith and sexuality