For full article, visit: Visit Sequoia National Park’s giant sequoia trees, without leaving L.A., – L.A. Times By Mary Forgione Assistant Travel Editor Oct. 15, 2019 6 AM “Do you care about the effect climate change is having on California’s… Continue Reading →
VHD Friday, October 4th from 12PM-6PM Saturday, October 5th from 8PM-12AM Grad Gallery (Level G) 205 Richmond St. W. VHD VHD is an installation that explores the complexities of our interconnected existence by emphasizing the sensory elements of sight,… Continue Reading →
Vanessa Dion Fletcher | Curiosity and Quillwork September 10 – 20, 2019 Ada Slaight Gallery, 100 McCaul Street, OCAD University Curated by Adrienne Huard. Reception/Artist Talk: Tuesday September 10th, 5:00 – 7:00 PM ASL Interpretation provided. Facebook event Vanessa Dion… Continue Reading →
Hello everyone! You are cordially invited to my upcoming solo painting exhibition NOT ASKING. Please join me for the opening reception on Thursday Sept 12, 6-9pm at Toronto’s Black Cat Artspace (Dundas location: 2186 Dundas St. W, Toronto). If you’d like to… Continue Reading →
Dear Friends, I still can’t quite believe this is happening… I am honoured and overwhelmingly excited to be presenting Flags of Unsung Countries, a solo exhibition of my photography at the Dunlop Art Gallery – Sherwood Village Branch in Regina…. Continue Reading →
August 14 – 25, 2019 Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 1 – 6pm Reception: August 15, 7pm Gallery 1313, Cell Gallery 1313 Queen Street West Layers of cave mythologies inform the material and compositional play in Figuring Depths. An investigation… Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Jad Al Rabbaa (Digital Futures, MDes 2019) who recently attended the HCII 2019 – (Human Computer Interaction International) held in Orlando, Florida. Jad was invited to present his extended abstract and poster submission co-written by OCAD U Faculty… Continue Reading →
Multitalented illustrator, designer, dancer, animator and instructor talks about her big move into an animation career Animation instructor Iveta Karpathyova finds the merging of design and movement and storytelling an exhilarating combination. She had been drawn to art, fashion and… Continue Reading →
A conversation with Sha Hwang about design, government, and public benefit. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Print This Page! https://www2.ocadu.ca/node/79173/ Sha Hwang Sha is the COO and a co-founder of Nava, a public benefit corporation formed during efforts to… Continue Reading →
A new full-time summer opportunity for a data visualization designer at the Toronto Region Board of Trade, has just come up and I am writing to inquire whether you would like to recommend any qualified students for this position? Perhaps… Continue Reading →
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