The University of Manitoba School of Art held its annual open house on Sunday.

Students displayed their works in different disciplines to the public, including sculpture, painting, graphic design, and video.

School of Art Director Paul Hess is proud of the variety of work the students accomplish. “I don’t think a lot of people understand the diversity of work that goes on in art school and the kinds of things that people work with.”

“There’s everything from high tech digital processes to traditional ones like ceramics, but the range is there and it's a wonderful opportunity for people to see what really goes on inside a contemporary art school,” he says.

The event was the 100th open house held at the university by the art school. It was the first time it was held in the school’s new art lab building.