Archive for November, 2012

P.O.D. Gingerbread House Making

Lillian Hong

Live at the Learning Zone this week, Gingerbread House Making!

Gingerbread, candy, marshmallows and much more tasty treats will be supplied, all are welcome to come and decorate – it’s a fun break from your studies.

Only two more days of fun, drop by and enjoy.

gingerbread

Lillian Hong

When: Wednesday  4 Р6 pm & Thursday 11:00 Р1:00 pm.

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First Year Faculty of Arts presents: EC/STATIC

ecstatic

A new exhibition called EC/STATIC is currently being hosted at the Learning Zone, featuring student artwork from the First-Year Faculty of Arts: Creative process fall electives courses.

A wonderful collection of student artwork from the Creative Process courses: Photography, Printmaking, 2D Animation, Art & Code and Musical Instruments as Creative Construction courses will be showcased until November 16th.

Join us at the Learning Zone and enjoy EC/STATIC.

 

 

 

 

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XPACE Cultural Centre: External Space: Celebrating emerging Canadian artists

Huffing and Puffing

Huffing and Puffing by Toronto based artist, David Tallis,  is the first video installment of the new series of documentary videos.

The artists included in this new series make use of minimal edits and narratives to replicate trivial or absurd tasks by means of repetition and humour.

Tallis, documents himself inflating ballons until the inevitable bursting, then repeats the process, cycling through each of the additive colour primaries; red, green, blue. The cycle repeats in an endless loop.

“A playful frustration emerges in the work where the viewer is unable to know when the inevitable pop will happen.” ¬† Jennifer Simaitis

Currently on exhibition at External Space located in the Learning Zone until November 30th.

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