Exhibit runs until July

News May 25, 2011 Ancaster News

The Valeska Ramsay Exhibition opened recently at McMaster Innovation Park.

Nineteen students enrolled in Dr. Alison McQueen’s fourth year seminar class, The History of Collecting, selected 63 pieces from the collection of Hamilton collector Valeska Ramsay and produced an exhibition catalogue to accompany the show. Each piece chosen for the catalogue was photographed and accompanied with a profile citing provenance and artist biography.

“This exhibition of Valeska Ramsay's private art collection offers an unprecedented look at Hamilton through its artistic heritage, oral and written histories,” said McQueen.

The exhibition continues until July 13. Contact ajmcq@mcmaster.ca

Exhibit runs until July

News May 25, 2011 Ancaster News

The Valeska Ramsay Exhibition opened recently at McMaster Innovation Park.

Nineteen students enrolled in Dr. Alison McQueen’s fourth year seminar class, The History of Collecting, selected 63 pieces from the collection of Hamilton collector Valeska Ramsay and produced an exhibition catalogue to accompany the show. Each piece chosen for the catalogue was photographed and accompanied with a profile citing provenance and artist biography.

“This exhibition of Valeska Ramsay's private art collection offers an unprecedented look at Hamilton through its artistic heritage, oral and written histories,” said McQueen.

The exhibition continues until July 13. Contact ajmcq@mcmaster.ca

Exhibit runs until July

News May 25, 2011 Ancaster News

The Valeska Ramsay Exhibition opened recently at McMaster Innovation Park.

Nineteen students enrolled in Dr. Alison McQueen’s fourth year seminar class, The History of Collecting, selected 63 pieces from the collection of Hamilton collector Valeska Ramsay and produced an exhibition catalogue to accompany the show. Each piece chosen for the catalogue was photographed and accompanied with a profile citing provenance and artist biography.

“This exhibition of Valeska Ramsay's private art collection offers an unprecedented look at Hamilton through its artistic heritage, oral and written histories,” said McQueen.

The exhibition continues until July 13. Contact ajmcq@mcmaster.ca