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School of Fine Arts

​​​​​Upcoming productions and exhibitions

 Find out more about theatre productions​ at Grenfell Campus or visit the Grenfell Campus ​​Art Gallery​​ to find out more about on-campus exhibitions. 




The Wolves

Oct. 31-Nov. 3, 2018

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban North America. There is a sense that the field goes on forever. Winter. Saturdays.

Multi- award winning play The Wolves is a funny, truthful, and heartbreaking look at contemporary North American society- through the lens of a ‘girls’ U17 (under 17 years of age) soccer team.  As these young women warm-up for games, their hopes and fears surface through talk of school-work, relationships and sexuality, changing friendships, and family pressures.  

The Wolves is masterfully structured, and a true ensemble piece which allows both students and audiences to have a unique, compelling and deeply felt evening in the theatre. 

Turkeys, Turkeys and More Turkeys

Nov. 21-24, 2018

It's French, it's foolish, it's frisky, it's farce! It's Feydeau at his finest. Turkeys, Turkeys and More Turkeys is an adaptation of George Feydeau's Le Dindon (The Turkey), written and directed by theatre faculty member, Jerry Etienne and featuring the talents of second-, third- and fourth-year students.

Oh, my god, oh, my god, oh, my god! Will Monsieur Pontagnac succeed in his seduction of Madame Lucienne Vatelin? Will Monsieur Rédillon ever convince Lucienne that he loves her? Will her husband, Crépin, ever escape the carnal clutches and killer coffee of Madame Mitzi Soldignac? Will her husband, Hans, ever catch Crépin cuckolding him? For the answers to all these questions and much much more, please join us Nov. 21 to 24 and bring tissues to wipe away the tears of laughter!


 What was needed most

 Dec 14th, Corner Brook

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Wednesday Nov 22nd - Saturday Nov 25th 2017

Grenfell Theatre - Fine Arts Building

Tickets - $15

Students $10





The Sea

Wednesday Nov 1st - Saturday Nov 4th 2017

Grenfell Theatre - Fine Arts Building

Tickets - $15

Students $10







404 Reboot

Swirsky's Theatre and Music Hall

April 6th 2017

9:00 PM

The students of Digital Multi-Media II will present new and ongoing works using digital media as their medium. An assortment of work in digital and printed form will be presented with a brief introduction provided by these emerging artists. Come celebrate the new generation of creative talent arriving on the scene.

The artists present will be: Ashley Ball, Alyssa Leahy, Erica Martin-Keough, Alice Ramos De Araujo Bessoni, Kristen Thornhill and Jacob Williams.


Silent Art Auction

The Fine Arts Atrium

March 29th - April 1st
Wednesday 6 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Thursday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Friday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.




Tête - À - Tête

A class exhibition of self portraits

Featuring: Marisa Rowsell, Tong Liu, Justin Nelson, Leah Vokey Sing, Charloette Hobden, Tyrone Kelly, Katie Shave, Whitney Roberts, Matthew Parsons, Kelsey Street, Drew Pardy, Rebecca Walsh, Matt McCarthy, Tyler Moss

Arts and Culture Centre
March 22nd - April 3rd
Closing reception: April 1st 4-6 p.m.





A senior drawing course's end of term exhibition. On display at The Open Gallery at the Rotary Arts Centre from March 14 - April 14.






Perceived Beauty

A juried exhibition curated by Emma Burry

On display in the Fine Arts Atrium from April 3rd to April 14th.

Opening reception: April 6th in the Fine Arts Atrium, 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

Perfection, symmetry, elegance, pristine, fluidity - word to describe something that is beautiful. However, beauty is often so much moere and could be found in so much less. One's ability to find beauty in simplicity, in creation, in nuances, in what is different allows for a more enthralling and contemplative experience.


The Corner Brook Museum and Archives Artist-in-Residence Program: Public Talk

Diana Chisholm, the Corner Brook Museum and Archives Artist-in-Resident, will be giving a public talk on her artistic residency with the Museum on March 14th at Grenfell Campus.



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Translated by: ​​Annie Carson​

Directed by: Alex Fallis


The plays will run from Wednesday March 8 until Saturday March 11 at 8pm at the Fine Arts Thea​tre, Grenfell Campus.​ To purchase tickets, please go to:

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A Grenfell juried exhibition

This exhibition will run from February 16 until March 13 at the Tina Dolter Gallery in the Rotary Arts Centre. A reception will be held on March 4, from 4-6pm all are welcomed to attend.


School of Fine Arts

Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland
20 University Drive, Corner Brook, NL
A2H 5G4, Canada

Office: FA415
Phone: (709) 637-6223