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Seneca Coalesce 2021 | Metamorphosis: A New Light

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Celebrate the works of Seneca College’s School of Creative Arts and Animation 2021 graduating class at Seneca Coalesce.

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Broadcast from two locations and featuring the works of hundreds of new graduates, Seneca Coalesce reinvents the online graduate showcase as an entertaining, visually stunning, and interactive experience.

Seneca Coalesce is the annual gallery showcase of new works produced by this year's graduates in interactive media, illustration, music, photography, graphic design, art fundamentals, acting, documentary filmmaking, animation, gaming, and visual effects.

Featuring performances of Seneca's music students from the state-of-the-art stages at the El Mocambo, and dynamic projection mapping of student designs at Seneca's new CITE building, this year's event is a four-hour extravaganza with interactive virtual lounge spaces for attendees to mingle, check out the latest student work, and watch a variety of films and other content.

Highlights of this year’s show:

  • The premiere of five new short animated films
  • Performances throughout the evening by Seneca music students
  • Live projection mapping of student work designed by award-winning AVA in Motion Studio
  • Fun interactive spaces to mingle and see student work using Gather.Town
  • Live photo mosaic generation from selfies and student work
  • Hosting by Seneca's Journalism students

Photograph by Theodora Mitrakos | Illustration by Kristin Da Silva

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Seneca Coalesce 2021 is a postsecondary academic activity that adheres to COVID-19 safety precautions established by government and local public health authorities. Academic activities include the completion of field placements, final performances and portfolio requirements. On-campus activities have taken place adhering to government-mandated class size limits, with active screening procedures, mandatory facial coverings, physical distancing, closed common spaces and minimized campus populations. In addition, students who request exemption are accommodated with alternative means of completion.

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