Graduate students present their Thesis Work and Major Research Papers in progress. All welcome!
Learn about graduate student and postdoctoral funding opportunities from NSERC, including the CGS-M scholarship at this information session on Thursday, September 20th from 2pm-4pm, in the Digital Salon (Room 701K), 205 Richmond St. W.
Two projects led by OCAD U faculty have been successful in the inaugural Graduate Studies Indigenous Innovation Award competition. This $15,000 funding envelope will be shared by Dr. Suzanne Morrissette and Dr. Amish Morrell for their projects, summarized below.
Graduate studies is the start of an ongoing engagement with all kinds of texts: aural, written, visual, performed, ephemeral, digital, etc…It may seem a simple question, but how do you read? Do you read these different texts in different ways? How, why? What skills and/or tools do you use and rely on? Find out more about services for Graduate Students at the Writing and Learning Centre here.
Join the Graduate Studies Department on September 4th for a series of welcomes, workshops, and an evening reception to celebrate your first year at OCAD U!
The Art & Storytelling series is a Creative Campus Galleries initiative that foregrounds voices and stories from historically marginalized communities through arts-based installations and programs….
Join the Annual Graduate Student Mixer at TIFF on September 21st. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, September 19, 2018.
IAMD MFA candidate Pam Nelson presents, Smooshes, Slabs & Slices, a thesis exhibition of sculptural, ceramic-based assemblages that capture moments of transformation in progress. On view at the Graduate Gallery.
IAMD MFA Alumna Mariam Magsi’s article, “Jamilah and the Hammam” published by sister-hood_mag & ft. artist in @SceneArabia “The Pakistani Artist Challenging The Dowry”.
This year, the SXD Lab is leading four new design projects in the form of project challenges. We’re recruiting energetic and industrious students to design…