Next meeting: February 19, 2018
Gwendolyn Owens, Director of McGill Visual Arts Collection on "Academic Art: when McGill trained artists"
Over the years, Studio Art has been taught in various McGill units such as Education and Art History. This long overdue history introduces colourful individuals and widely ranging academic environments associated with the training of artists at McGill.
180th Meeting – Monday, February 19th in the Main Dining Room of the McGill Faculty Club. Reception: 5:00pm; Presentation: 5:30pm.
The James McGill Society was formed in 1975. Its primary concern is to foster interest and appreciation of McGill University's history and personalities, which are interpreted broadly to include current activities and impending developments - that is both past history and history in the making.
The Society covers the entire spectrum of McGill life: academic and research activities, student life, and administrative activities. Arts, Science, Medicine, and all the other faculties have been discussed in rotation over the years. Macdonald College is an area of continuing interest.