48th annual senior undergraduate exhibition
presented by UW Fine Arts

March 28th – April 10th, 2022
opening reception Saturday April 2nd, 6:00 – 8:00 pm EST on YouTube Live
Please visit uwepilogue.com (launching on April 1st) for the direct link to the event.

The Department of Fine Arts proudly presents epilogue. the 48th annual senior undergraduate exhibition featuring artwork by fourth year honours students completing the Fine Arts undergraduate degree program at the University of Waterloo. Presenting a wide-range of materials and themes, the exhibition reflects both the creativity of the students and the diversity of practices that they have been exposed to as part of the studio program.

Madison Grineau airbrushing parts of her sculpture installation, 2022

Featuring: Santosh Chandrasekar, Julijana Ciprić, Krista (Kris) Daniels, Maddie Davis, Rebekah Fisk, Taylor Freiburger, Grace Friesen, Madison Grineau, Yuki He, Natalie Rae Jeanson, Hannah Latimer, Zoë Lehoux, Wen Li, Raegan Little, Alyssa Macdonald, Manreet Pabla, Qinwu (Oliver) Pan, Maggie Pekurar, Miranda Schultz, Xiaotong Shen, Jennifer Vallis, Larissa Ward, Sarah Wilkins, Danielle Zhu

epilogue. …in their words:

  • Epilogue is the prologue of the future. It is not just a conclusion, it is the new beginning.
  • A moment of summation, the ending of a journey 🙂
  • Epilogue, represents an ending to a remarkable four years studying at the University of Waterloo. Developing art through COVID has been a challenge, but it has led to a memorable ending full of ambitious artworks and the creation of some great friendships.
  • It’s a look back on what we’ve achieved individually and collaboratively as a set of memories throughout our study.

Maggie Pekurar painting in her 4th year studio space, 2022

Connect with us: Visit the beautiful student-designed website uwepilogue.com (launching on April 1st) to view the exhibition, read the artist interviews, and to download the catalogue. Follow our epilogue journey on instagram @uw_epilogue.

Visit us: Information on exhibition hours and instructions for how to book in-person viewing appointments following university covid safety protocols can be found on the website (launching on April 1st).
ECH is an accessible space, with an accessible washroom.

Department of Fine Arts
University of Waterloo
East Campus Hall (ECH)
263 Phillip Street, Waterloo

Natalie Rae Jeanson at work on a punch needle rug, 2022