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Tag: Summer Courses

May and June courses

summerLooking to get a jump on your courses?
Well here are some suggestions for you: 

PHOT 2001 – Light & Studio
Faculty: Surendra Lawoti

PHOT 2002 – B&W Camera & Darkroom 
Faculty: Ron Wood

PHOT 2009 – Digital Practices
Hybrid course & course equivalent to required course PHOT 2004
Faculty: Surendra Lawoti

CROS 2002 – Contemporary Issues
This course is an equivalent to required course PHOT 2005
Faculty: TBC

PHOT 3014 – Reconsidering Documentary
Faculty: Kate Schneider

CROS 3003 – Gibraltar Point: A Living Lab
This course involves an 8 day residency on Toronto Island
Faculty: April Hickox

PHOT 4003 – Body and Lens
Faculty: Clare Samuel

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Summer Course: Artist Residency

An amazing and very unique summer course you should know about!
Artist Residency  Gibraltar Point: A Living Laboratory (CROS 3003)

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Photo by: CROS 3003 Faculty, April Hickox

May 2015: This half credit course runs Tuesdays and Thursday 8:30am to 2:30pm starting May 19th  with a week residency from May 23-30th . This is a cross-disciplinary studio based course (CROS 3003) and registration is open to all third  and fourth year students.

The Toronto Island  park is a 230 hectares of unique and diverse Carolinea forest with a small community of 750 residence, located minutes from downtown Toronto.  Students taking this course will live and work  for one week at the Artscape Gibraltar Point Arts Centre.  Students interested  in finding out more about this unique opportunity should come to the Information session on.  April 14th at 4:00 pm in Room 258

For more information email: aprilhickox@gmail.com

To view student works go to: http://livinglaboratory.tumblr.com/archive

 

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