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RBC SPEED NETWORKING PROGRAM

Sessions take place from January to April 2021. Have you ever wished you could have ten minutes for advice and conversation with an established alumni from your program? The RBC Speed Networking Program is a career-take on speed dating that… Continue Reading →

Ugly Holiday Sweater Online Dance Party!

Featuring DJ Josh Karmin Friday December 11th @ 7PM WEAR YOUR BEST UGLY HOLIDAY SWEATER and come dance!!! ZOOM Link here: https://ocadu.zoom.us/j/89773073261  

IAMD MDes 2019 Grad Philip Sparks – Publishing Thesis and Fashion Studies Volume 3 Launch Virtual Panel Nov 27

Virtual launch event and panel moderated by Dr. Ben Barry and Dr. Alison Matthews David About this Event Fashion Studies is launching Volume 3, Issue 1! Join us for a panel discussion featuring four of our brilliant authors from this new… Continue Reading →

Congrats to Adrienne Huard (MFA CRCP, 2020) who was recently appointed as one of the editors at large for Canadian Art !

Congrats to  Adrienne Huard (MFA, 2020) who was recently appointed as one of the editors at large for Canadian Art ! Adrienne is a graduate of the Criticism and Curatorial Practice graduate program at OCAD University. From: https://canadianart.ca/news/adrienne-huard-appointed-editor-at-large-at-canadian-art/?fbclid=IwAR0azcj3tS7GmTiZbnqFacRHFZsldpjk0gJcDko4mEZnC3IkH-clpQvvhWQ Adrienne Huard is… Continue Reading →

Master of Design Alumni in SFI collaborate on a mail-art project called Pandemic Post: Retrofuturist Mail Art

Recent graduates of OCAD U’s Master of Design in Strategic Foresight and Innovation are collaborating on a mail-art project called Pandemic Post: Retrofuturist Mail Art. They are creating and mailing small works of art to family members, friends and others who… Continue Reading →

Kylie Caraway (MDes, 2019) publishes article in the Journal of Environmental Communication

ABSTRACT This article examines representation of ecological crises in children’s media. Children’s media constitutes an important area of ecocinema critique due to the particular vulnerability of children to persuasive messaging. Using themes from ecocinema studies, we conduct a textual analysis… Continue Reading →

Black History Month: Kameelah Janan Rasheed in conversation w/ Liz Ikiriko (MFA 2019) Friday, February 14

Join the CEAD for an open conversation discussing Janan Rasheed’s extensive art practice in which she’s exhibited from LA to the Venice Biennale and hosted workshops at the Brooklyn Museum. Curator Liz Ikiriko will engage in a casual Q&A exploring… Continue Reading →

Smooshes and Slabs: New Works by Pamela Nelson (IAMD MFA 2018) Reception Jan 25th

January 6 to 31, 2020 Urbanspace Gallery 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto Reception: Thursday, January 23, 5 – 8PM Gallery hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Sunday Closed Smooshes and Slabs… Continue Reading →

Inclusive Design alumni & @FableTechLabs founders Alwar Pillai & Abid Birani (MDes 2017) named to @Forbes Top 30 Under 30 list for social entrepreneurs

Read article here: https://www.forbes.com/profile/fable-tech-labs/?list=30under30-social-entrepreneurs#36066b412daf People with disabilities are uniquely qualified to help companies meet their accessibility goals. Enter Fable, an online platform where digital teams can engage people with disabilities in research and on-demand user testing. In the past year,… Continue Reading →

Fusun Uzun & James Essex (Digital Futures MDes 2017) present VR installation “Hands on the Wall” at VIFF

Fusun Uzun and James Essex (Digital Futures MDes, 2017) presented their VR installation, “Hands on the Wall” at the The VIFF Immersed Co-Production Market summit on September 29th, as part of the Vancouver International Film Festival. Hands on the Wall examines… Continue Reading →

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