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Art For Lunch - MFA Candidate Artist Talks

Please join the Department of Visual Arts on Friday, November 25th for Art for Lunch.

Art For Lunch - MFA Candidate Artist Talks

Nicole Banton, Mahdi Mahdian and Rozhin Tayaraniyousefabadi

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Friday, November 25, 2022
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

How to Connect
Friday, November 25, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
RC050 (lower level of Visual Arts area in the Riddell Centre)

Masking for in-person Art For Lunch events is strongly encouraged. Masks will be provided at the door. Registration is not required.

Nicole Banton is a mixed media artist who predominantly works with silkscreen and painting. After completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Queen's University, she moved from Pickering, Ontario to Regina to begin her MFA. She is interested in what Artificial Intelligence can teach us about what it means to be human and will be experimenting with AI image generation software throughout her MFA.

Mahdi Mahdian was born in Eastern Iran. He graduated with distinction from the University of Tehran's Faculty of Fine Arts in painting in 2013. Shortly after Mahdian's graduation he applied for a one-year Russian language course in Kyiv, to qualify to study at the Classical Academy for the Master's Painting and Drawing program at the Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts in Ukraine and graduated in 2016.

Rozhin Tayaraniyousefabadi is an Iranian visual artist and an MFA candidate at the University of Regina. She moved to Italy in 2016 to pursue a bachelor of painting and has since graduated from the Accademy of Finne Arts in Rome. Tayaraniyousefabadi's practice is primarily focused on mixed-media painting and printmaking, both of which are inspired by experiences and emotions from her quotidian life.

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