Posts Tagged ‘photography’

MIGRATION: First Generation Student Exhibition

Migration: First Generation Student Exhibition

A new exhibition has opened at the Learning Zone Gallery called Migration.

Migration: First Generation Student Exhibition is an event held every year which recognizes the “talent and achievements” of First Generation students from all of the undergraduate programs at OCAD University.

Seventeen first generation students’ artwork responding to the exhibition theme “Migration” will be showcased.

A publication launch of Migration will be held at the opening reception in the Learning Zone, Wednesday March 21, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

Exhibition is on until March 29

Migration: First Generation Student Exhibition, 2018

 

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03 2018

Notes From the Wind Exhibition

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This month starts with a new exhibition at the Learning Zone Gallery called Notes From the Wind.

Drawing and Painting: Digital Painting and Expanded Animation student, Kenny Tran and Drawing & Painting student, Emily Zou curated this exhibition, highlighting artworks of 19 OCAD U students from the Drawing & Painting, Graphic Design, Illustration, Digital Futures, and Environmental Design programs.

A collection of artworks using mixed media and techniques, ranging from digital photography, sculptural installations to illustrations rendered in graphite pencil or ink are on display.

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A unifying theme of this exhibition is nature in greyscale or minimal colour. Using a palette of black and white or greyscale excluding aspects of colour offers collectively an exploration of nature in terms of visual form and tone.

This exhibition aims to provide students with an opportunity to explore the interpretation and portrayal of ‘nature’ in a new lens—through black and white/greyscale artworks (including artworks with minimal colour). The de-emphasis of colour as the primary artistic medium promotes an examination of the subject matter based on the emphasis of form, design, and values seen in nature, while interpreting the perpetuity of black and white imagery in relation to current developments of the world within a collective context …Kenny Tran & Emily Zou

Samaa Ahmed, Bahrain (series) 2017, digital photography

Participants: Samaa Ahmed, Alyssa Mae Bernardo, Shelby Doerfler, Sara Dubé, Melissa Eaton, Dave Foster, Sohae Jeong, Reyhane Khonsari, Shannon Leigh, Karen Joyce Li, Vincy Lim, Donny Nie, Cleopatria Peterson, Michelle Rosen, Mikhail Shchupak-Katsman, Ron Siu, Prateek Verma, Xulin Wang and Yina Wang.

 

 

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02 2018

Photography and Video Exhibition on until April 14th

Large Format Photography Exhibition organized by Farihah Shah

Today is the last day to see the video, Love is a Losing Game by Maddie Alexander along with large format photography prints hosted at the Learning Zone. This exhibition was organized by Farihah Shah.

Photograph Exhibit organized by Farihah Shah

 

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04 2016

OCAD U Student Artwork Exhibition until March 12th

A multidisciplinary exhibition about narratives featuring artwork from Narrative Strategies: Contemporary Indigenous Sculpture/Installation along with black & white analogue photographs from Professor Ron Wood’s Introductory Photography class, “A Personal Photo Narrative”—a photo documentation of a single day of the student’s life.

Including artworks from Echo Railton’s drawing class.

On until March 12th

 

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03 2015

Far Out Exhibition at the Dorothy H. Hoover Library

Far Out Exhibition

OCAD U Library presents FAR OUT Exhibition, curated by Emily Harrison and Marta Chudolinska featuring weird and bizarre artworks exploring unconventional and alternate realities.

It’s a multidisciplinary exhibition that includes everything from sculpture, photography and video, to collage and paintings, by a diverse group of OCAD U students and alumni artists — Adrienne Crossman, Ana Jofre, Andre Kan, Emily Waknine, Lucas Johnson, Marta Chudolinska, Petar Boskovic, Sam Pedicelli, Sarah Munro, Tara Dorey and Yan Wen Gillian Chang.

Poster for Far Out featuring Lady Fingers by Sarah Munro

This diversified collection of artwork attempts to extend the boundary of creative communication which reflects the OCAD U Library environment, which encourages the investigation, questioning, and challenging of traditional forms of information and knowledge.

On until October 3rd.

 

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06 2014


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