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Student Engagement in the Arts Awards

The University of Toronto celebrates student engagement and leadership in art related initiatives annually with the University of Toronto Student Engagement in the Arts Awards (SEAA). This Award recognizes students who have made significant leadership and/or volunteer contributions to co-curricular arts activities at the University.

The SEAAs recognize undergraduate and graduate student work outside the classroom in the arts related activities. Previous recipients have been awarded for contributions through dance, theatre, curation, visual arts, and arts administration activities. Students from all three U of T campuses are eligible for these awards.

Awards will be presented at a ceremony on the evening of March 23,2018 - please mark this date your calendar. All nominees, nominators and supporters listed in the application form are invited to attend.

Nomination Process & Information

  • Award Information
  • Deadline: February 15, 2018 @ 5:00pm (now closed)
  • Please check back in Fall 2018 for information on the 2018-19 program.

2018 Selection Committee Members

  • Sandy Welsh, Vice-Provost, Students (Chair)
  • Donald Ainslie, Principal, University College
  • Barbara Fischer, Executive Director & Chief Curator, Art Museum University of Toronto
  • Michael Lettieri, Vice-Dean, Academic Experience, UTM
  • Don McLean, Dean, Faculty of Music
  • John Monahan, Warden, Hart House
  • Lynn Tucker, Acting Chair, Department of Arts, Culture and Media,  and Program Directcor, Music and Culture, UTSC

Questions?

Contact Cheryl Gibbs, Assistant Director, Office of the Vice-Provost Students at cheryl.gibbs@utoronto.ca or 416.946.8522.



2018 SEAA Recipients



2017 SEAA Recipients


The 2018 University of Toronto SEAAs are generously supported through the Pillar Sponsorship Program by: