Imagine the endless possibilities that digital technology brings.
An accomplished photographer discusses her latest work and what her idea of the key to life is.
A collection of photos by Heywood Yu.
Like fashion and film, architecture on campus has seen historic and stylistic changes over the decades.
One of the darkest moments in North American history is currently on display at the Western Development Museum. Photos from two of the world’s most famous photographers, Ansel Adams and Leonard Frank, have been brought together for the Two Views exhibit at the WDM.
As the school year draws to a close and students worry about exams, essays and final projects, graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts students are wrapping up their final art shows. Last week, the Sheaf featured many of this year’s graduating BFA shows that appeared in the Snelgrove Gallery throughout March. This week, the Sheaf features
The documentary Bill Cunningham New York offers an intriguing and worthwhile glimpse into the life of the iconic fashion photographer.
It has been four years. I'm graduating and I'll have to get grad photos all over again ”” but I can't help wondering why.
As a self-taught artist, it is quite fitting that Patrick Schmidt should take his influence and inspiration from other unconventional, independent artists. The Sheaf sat down with Schmidt for our recurring series of interviews on artistic influence. Thanks to his commitment to the photo-sharing network flickr.com, Schmidt discovered Xiao Shan, a