McMaster Discovery Program Presents: Voicing Hamilton

 On Wednesday January 11th, 6:00pm at the Freeway Coffee House– check out the Voicing Hamilton exhibit.
The Freeway is located in downtown Hamilton at  the corner of King & Wellington.
The exhibit comes from the first graduating class of the McMaster Discovery Program (see description below) who graduated on December 10th of last semester.
Jeanette Eby, the program’s coordinator  explains that  “Part of the work of the Voicing Hamilton course was for the students to complete projects representing their own expression of Hamilton, and the results have been outstanding! The students have created works of painting, photography, video, poetry, writing, mixed media and MORE, and we decided that this work should be displayed and shared with the greater community… which is why we’ve organized the first Voicing Hamilton Art Exhibit this month!”
We encourage you to check out the amazing pieces created by this amazing group of Hamiltonians.
There will be refreshments and a short program highlighting some of the work that has been done. It is a great time to celebrate what the students have accomplished, and to celebrate our beautiful, diverse city of Hamilton.
About the McMaster Discovery Program:
“Voicing Hamilton: History, Arts, Expression” is the very first course of the McMaster Discovery Program. It is a free, university-level humanities inquiry course offered at the downtown Hamilton Public Library. The McMaster Discovery Program aims to create opportunities for local residents to take part in a process of learning and discovery in the liberal arts tradition, to nurture a passion for lifelong learning and to foster engagement between McMaster and the broader Hamilton community.