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A shimmering vista of sea and lichen-covered rock greets users of the escalator in the new Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Complex, thanks to artist and teacher Holly King.
The large-scale photograph measures 4.1 by 3.5 metres, or roughly 13 by 11 feet. It is mounted on the wall facing the escalator from the lobby of the glass-walled building down to the metro level, and will be seen by many people every day.
July 28, 2005
In this issue
- Download the special insert, "Concordia: Canada's University for the 21st Century"
- The new face of convocation
- Engineering student Safaa Sebak wins $6,000 Quebec science award
- Teaching award in JMSB
- More than schoolwork inspires winners of awards for student life
- Eight will receive doctorates
- In memoriam - David Frost
- Paintings donated
- Community Campaign on a roll
- Anh Minh Truong makes a splash in Cannes
- Sport greats inaugurated into Concordia Hall of Fame
- Great Grads
- Science College graduates are keen to do their part
- Catherine Boivin is a shining star in theatre design
- Alexander Santos will choose between cars and planes
- Bingxiao Jiang: ‘I learn something every day,’ teacher says
- Denis Robichaud found love at the Liberal Arts College
- Oscar Venter has a passion for nature nurtured in B.C.
- Behzad Akbarpour’s thesis could save lives
- Ashee Sarin wins Quebec award for great MBAs
- Michael Hargadon did a history project that compared images of two 20th-century wars
- Elan Mastai: Pro in film
- Faculty Promotions