Caruso wins design award

On March 26 at the McCord Museum in Montreal, Marc H. Choko, professor emeritus at UQAM, presented an award to Jesse Caruso 2018 for winning first place at the SDGQ M. Choko poster contest. Jesse was representing Dawson College for the schools first time to win the award.
This is the fifth year of the poster competition by the Society of Graphic Designers of Quebec (SDGQ). This years theme was: Native Languages as a development factor, in collaboration with Terres en Vues, a Montreal-based organization whose mission is to link the artistic and cultural renaissance of Canadas First Peoples to the vitality of a major metropolis.
A total of 15 posters were selected for display at the McCord Museum. The exhibition will continue until April 14th.