The members of Seneca’s art committee are, from the left:
David Phillips taught Canadian art history and was director of the Seneca College Gallery, curator of the Latcham Gallery and a member of the art committee for the City of North York. He has written for Canadian art for Artmagazine, This Magazine and other Canadian periodicals.
Phillip Woolf is an exhibiting artist and educator. He is currently the Co-ordinator of the Art Fundamentals program at Seneca College, teaches figure drawing and principles of drawing, and has enjoyed over twenty years of teaching painting and drawing classes in various institutions.
Marsha Wineman, earned her MF. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Material Studies. Wineman received grants, taught workshops, curated exhibitions, sat on artist juries, and on numerous art boards including Gallery TPW.
Henry Decock has been an advocate for the collection and display of art at Seneca College for more than 25 years. Henry provides the “every person” perspective to the committee.