Posts Tagged ‘student artwork’

House of Oriental: Northern Style

House of Oriental: Northern Style promotional material, 2019

Natalie Mark and co-curators Yasmin Emery and Samiya Karim deliver a new flavour of an exhibition in the Learning Zone Gallery – House of Oriental: Northern Style on through May 27.

Natalie Mark, Yasmin Emery, Samiya Karim
House of Oriental: Northern Style Exhibition, 2019

Mark describes House of Oriental: Northern Style, as an exhibition of works exploring pan-Asian Canadian foods: recipes developed from hybridity, alienation, assimilation, survival, and poverty. The works in this exhibition aim to explore not the most “authentic” or “real” ethnic foods, but to present the foods and experiences born out of the land’s rich (or poor) newcomer history. The exhibition includes works ranging from paintings to photography as well as a recipe book, compiling the foods behind the art.

Artwork by Lenora Huynh, 2019

Featuring artwork by:
Abbey Chong @eggba
Natalie Chuck @natachuk
Tina Chu
Kai Lumbang kai.en.tai
Mel Lou @otaku.mel
Natalie Mark @yakult.man
Loretta Miauw @loretta.miauw
Noelle Mok
Pauline Nguyen @lenorahuynh
Becky Wu beckywu.format.com

 

 

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05 2019

TORO: A Solo Exhibition by Donny Nie

Image detail Toro by Donny Nie, 2019

This month, the Learning Zone Gallery presents Toro, a solo exhibition by Donny Nie showcasing recent paintings, prints and digital animation.

Donny Nie references the sensations and processes of consuming food, to embody the continuous, and subtle shaping of an individual through the accumulative effect of innocent routine. Nie’s paintings and prints in Toro underline the exhaustion and exuberance, of the overwhelming possibilities in mundane, with anxious or curious surfaces.

On through March 29

 

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03 2019

Monsters and Clothing Exhibition by Eunice Lai and Becky Wu

Monsters and Clothing Exhibition by Eunice Lai and Becky Wu, 2019Monsters and Clothing, featuring new works by OCAD U Illustration Students, Eunice Lai and Becky Wu.

Monsters and Clothing Exhibition by Eunice Lai and Becky Wu, 2019

Come and see the unique character designs from the imagination of two OCAD illustration students, Eunice Lai and Becky Wu. Enter their world of wonderful monsters and creatures, and an array of extravagant and modern outfits. This exhibition also features a collaborative four piece painting of two giant monsters!

Monsters and Clothing Exhibition, Eunice Lai and Becky Wu, 2019

On at the Learning Zone Gallery until March 2

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02 2019

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An exhibition of works in progress (perpetual or otherwise) using all mediums. See unfinished sculptures, abandoned paintings, rough layout sketches and more, curated by Salisa Jatuweerapong.

Every artist has that work that they’ve lost inspiration for or simply ran out of time to do and never finished; this exhibition aims to shine a light on those neglected pieces. It’s a sort of ode to the constantly – travelling, fickle mind of the artist; the unconventional processes; the abandoned.

Within/Without Progress Scale: 2 by HollyJo

The exhibition also aims to explore the true concept of “finished”, and it’s finality – how does one decide that? Is an artist’s “unfinished” another viewer’s “finished”?

Fingerprints, "[Lack of] time" Progress Scale; 6 byMaryam Zaraimajin

Featuring artists: Petra Alexson, Gregorio, HollyJo, Jazmin Cordon-Ibanez, Salisa Jatuweerapong, Eunice Lai, Par Nair, Moira Ness, Em Ratkovsky, Mikhail SK, Janet Tran, Aghavni Vardanyan, Emilia Wilson, Maryam Zaraimajin.

On until January 21

Opening Reception

January 17

6:30 – 8:00 pm

 

 

15

01 2019

Proud At OCAD U Art Show

Proud At OCAD U Art Show, Casey Helm

Visit the Learning Zone Gallery to see Proud at OCAD U Art Show

Proud at OCAD U coordinators, Casey Helm and Teddy Schaub curated this exhibition and here is their perspective on this art show:

The PROUD at OCAD U Exhibition features the work of LGBTQ+ identifying students here at OCAD. Art Exhibition spaces can be inaccessible spaces, especially for those whose identities intersect in different ways. The theme is simple: there is none! The participants were encouraged to bring in work they felt like showing off. PROUD is a community space and focuses on claiming our own space here at OCAD. Copies of the PROUD Community Zine are also available for free in the Learning Zone!

List of participants:

Casey Helm
Jazmin Cordon-Ibanez
Rachel Finlay
J. Lee Bertram-French
Heidi Ku
Abigail LaChapelle
Vincy Lim
Rachel McCormick
Emily Saunders
Teddy Schaub
Proud at OCAD U Collaborative Artwork: Teddy, Casey, Jazmin, Vincy, Camille, Andres, Lee
Proud at OCAD U Community Zine Cover Collage: Teddy, Casey, Nic, Rachel, Lee, Annie

Proud At OCAD U Art Show, April 2018

Image credit: Abigail La Chapelle, Jazmin Cordon-Ibanez, Teddy Schaub, Heidi Ku, Rachel McCormick, Emily Saunders

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