Monday, 31 March 2014

Concrete Rubik's Cubes and Calculators: A Look at the Art of Engineering


The closing reception of the third annual Engineering Art Show took place in the Faculty Club on March 27, 2014. This also marked the end of the National Engineering and Geosciences Month (NEGM) that was held during the month of March in conjunction with the Engineering Students' Society, and Engineers Without Borders.

In addition to the display of the week’s art submissions, the closing reception also brought together all the sculptures that had been made during the event’s Concrete Sculpture Workshop, along with performance art which included students showcasing a myriad of skills that included live music, storytelling, MOD, and Swing Dance.

Here is a quick look at some of the awesomeness that took place:


Concrete Rubik's Cubes and Calculators and More
Concrete creations including calculators, mugs, vases, logos, and Rubik's Cubes... if you thought those multicoloured wonders of the '80's were challenging before, try solving them when they're made out of concrete!

Faculty of Engineering logo, University of Alberta
The concrete sculpture made by one of the participants of the Concrete Sculpture Workshop.

Engineering Art Show Reception
Nicholas Yee, Sara Dmitri and Salma Elmallah check out some of the art on display. Salma was one of the many engineering students who had submitted to the art show. 

The Chrysler Building City Scape
Original art by Engineering student Salma Elmallah. 

Mmmmm, food.

Engineering Art Show Reception Snacks

MOD Contemporary Dance at the University of Alberta
MOD Contemporary Dance

Piano Performance at the Engineering Art Show

Swing Out Edmonton at the University of Alberta
University of Alberta student group Swing Out Edmonton

Art at the Engineering Art Show

Art at the Engineering Art Show
4th year Nano-electrical Engineering student Samantha Jones stands beside one of her submissions.


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When I am not busy with engineering school, I love painting in abstracts. I am also a huge movie buff and will watch anything with zombies in it.


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