Announcing the Moyo Health and Community Services Newcomer Photovoice Virtual Exhibit. The exhibition, event experience, photovoice booklet and anti-xenophobia campaign was co-designed with graduate students in DHEA 6002 Heath Context and Design course and the Moyo Health. The virtual open house… Continue Reading →
The glass art at Mill Woods stop symbolically connects transit users to stories of the Papaschase Cree territory. Artists Tania Willard, Peter Morin and Cheryl L’Hirondelle use their art to show the complex interrelationship of the past and present, and… Continue Reading →
Dr. Peter Coppin, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Design at OCAD University, and Melissa Smith, AGO’s Assistant Curator of Community Programs, discuss their Inclusive Design Multisensory Museum Course which focuses on a co-creative process of translating artworks in the… Continue Reading →
Walter Trier. Exchanging Hearts of Love, 20th century. Pen and ink on paper, Sheet: 8.6 × 12.7 cm. Gift of the Trier-Fodor Foundation, 1977. © Art Gallery of Ontario 84/390 Presented by the AGO and OCAD U’s Inclusive Design Multisensory Museum… Continue Reading →
Through apexart’s 2021-22 NYC Open Call, four idea-based proposals have been selected from 450 eligible submissions. They were evaluated by more than 400 individual jurors, including 23 university classes and 3 specialized high school classes resulting in over 16,000 votes being cast. Proposals… Continue Reading →
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 →
The SuperCollider organizing committee would like to thank you for your participation in the Graduate Studies Thesis & MRP Colloquium, which took place September 24th & 25th of last month. The virtual event was a great success, with over 70 student presentations… Continue Reading →
LAUNCH DATE: Tuesday, November 24th, 2020 403 Forbidden is a digital exhibition that is seeking contributions from artists across all disciplines who are exploring and/or critiquing the way identity and ownership are maintained and negotiated in digital spaces. As we… Continue Reading →
Second-year Criticism and Curatorial Practice graduate student Sam Hopple recently curated an exhibition of photography during her curatorial residency at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Aspen, Colorado. The exhibition, “Essential Images,” which highlights the work of seven documentary photographers who… Continue Reading →
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