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Haliburton School of Art + Design -Sir Sandford Fleming College

Haliburton, Ontario, Canada

In 1969, the Haliburton School of Fine Arts became part of Sir Sandford Fleming College. In 2004 the campus moved to a new location, nestled in the inspirational Haliburton Highlands region overlooking Head Lake in the town of Haliburton. About two-and-a-half hours from Toronto, Haliburton is known for amazing scenery and an eclectic community of resident artists. Today the college is known as the Haliburton School of Art + Design.

Designed to deliver exceptional arts programming while showcasing innovative, green architecture and construction, the renowned Haliburton School of Art + Design is a leader in providing unique arts programming in Canada. The campus offers full-time 14-week Art Certificates in Artist Blacksmithing, Drawing and Painting, Photo Arts, Digital Image Design, Sculpture, Ceramics, Glassblowing, Jewellery, and Fibre Arts.

Sir Sandford Fleming College, Haliburton Campus, was designed with the purpose to provide a productive learning environment for their students to carry on the tradition of their namesake, the great Canadian inventor and visionary, Sir Sandford (whose accomplishments include the invention of Universal Standard Time, which was adopted worldwide in 1885). The architecturally designed Selux fixture, Ritorno Round Asymmetrical, accentuates the campus's aesthetics perfectly.

client Sir Sandford Fleming College

architect Diamond & Schmitt Architects

electrical planning Blackwell + Bowick

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