Posts Tagged ‘workshop’

Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Saturday September 27th!

Editors Wanted : Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon @ OCAD U’s Dorothy H. Hoover Library Saturday September 27th, 2 – 5:45 pm.

Join OCAD University Library in their on-going commitment to expand the representation of women on Wikipedia. Help bridge the gap — let’s edit!

Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Saturday Sept. 27; 2-5:45pm

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09 2014

Career Development Presents: Laser Eagles Workshop April 15th at the Learning Zone

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Drop by the Learning Zone Tuesday April 15th between 11:30 am – 1 pm and take part in the Laser Eagles Workshop, discover how you  can bridge art, technology and education.

Learn how you can assist individuals with verbal and/or physical disabilities to explore their creativity through paintings and drawings.

You can volunteer with Laser Eagles or take part in a placement through the OCAD U’s Art and Design Education Lab: Community Leadership Course.

For further information please contact Derek Liddington at dliddington@ocadu.ca.

 

 

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04 2014

Closing reception photos: FOOD = NEED OCADU

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FOOD = NEED OCADU, a multi-displinary art event exploring issues of food, poverty and insecurity, celebrated its closing date with a screening of a short documentary film about the Food = Need performance art event, which was  curated by WIA Projects in the Fall of 2013 by Naked Eye Toronto filmmakers Diane Piruzevska and Anlina Rana.

The screening was followed by a panel discussion facilitated by WIA Project’s feminist artist-researchers Pam Patterson and Leena Raudvee. OCAD U students Che-Chi Liu, Shirley Cervalo and Greenest City Artist Cath Campbell lead a discussion on the politics of food insecurity and the value of creating sustainable food-linked projects.

The evening ended with a reception and screen printing workshop hosted in the Learning Zone, leaving participants with printed tote bags to help spread awareness of this issue. The workshop was lead by Mary “Mack” Tremonte an OCADU IAMD graduate student.

Thanks to everyone for their generous support to help create a successful and awesome night. The Learning Zone would also like to extend our thanks to Eireann Oughton’s and Leena Raudvee’s photographic contributions.

 

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03 2014

Doug Beube: Bibliocast: Breaking the Codex

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We are pleased to welcome Doug Beube to the Learning Zone on Monday February 10th at 3:30pm for a presentation and discussion of the works from the student and faculty weekend workshop – Radical Bookwork: Dis/connecting the Altered Page.

Beube, a mixed-media artist who works in collage, installation, sculpture and photography, deploys book media in a transformative structure referencing the dimensionality and dynamics of digital information. His sculptural representation of books simulates behaviours from the digital domain, such as cutting and pasting, but he uses power tools and glue rather than keystrokes.

I apply quasi-software functions such as cutting, pasting and hidden text onto an analog system; it does not work it cannot.  Doug Beube

All are welcome to join us and view the works produced!

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02 2014

Materials Trading Post returns Wednesday January 22nd!

The Learning Zone is pleased to announce the return of Materials Trading Post, a collaborative art supply swap event where ideas, knowledge and materials are shared.

Here’s how it works, bring in left over or underused supplies to exchange them for new ones or enjoy the creative process — experiment with new materials and techniques.

If you are unable to attend this event but would like to donate art supplies and materials, please contact us to arrange an alternate drop-off time. Your contribution will be greatly appreciated!

Mark off your calendars for Wednesday January 22nd between 1 – 3 pm. We look forward to your visit.

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01 2014


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