ROMEO – Online Researcher Portal OCAD University is implementing ROMEO an online solution that manages ethics approvals and grant approvals, tracks project status, and facilitates smooth disbursements of funds. The ROMEO ethics module and online portal will be accessible to… Continue Reading →
Attention graduating students: Show your work this year at OCAD U’s 100th annual Graduate Exhibition, Wednesday April 29-Sunday May 3, 2015. Event details and participation guidelines are outlined in the GradEx information document for graduating students. Contact your graduate program… Continue Reading →
Dear Researchers The Research Services Office and the Research Ethics Board are excited to announce the upcoming implementation of ROMEO: an online, database-driven solution that manages research ethics submissions and approvals, grant approvals, tracks project status and reporting deadlines. ROMEO… Continue Reading →
No Context or Studio Place or Decentralize or We Actually Maybe Right Now Have Everything We Need Thesis exhibition by Victoria Mohr-Blakeney, MFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practice No Context, a performance I am co-curating with Erin McCurdy and Cara Spooner as a part of my MFA… Continue Reading →
FACULTY SABBATICAL TALKS Presented by The Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences/ School for Interdisciplinary Studies WHEN: Friday March 20th, 12:00pm to 2:00 pm WHERE: 100 McCaul, room 543 PAULA GARDNER Pace: the Affective Labour of Activity Tracking Pace is the new speed…. Continue Reading →
FACULTY OF LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES AND SCHOOL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Presents: Dr. Anuradha Gobin Candidate for the Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position: Early Modern Art History “The Tactile Afterlife of the Criminal Body: Medical Knowledge and the Anatomy Theatre in… Continue Reading →
The Artist Herself Conference and Exhibition WHEN: May 8 – 9 WHERE: Kingston, ON The third triennial CWAHI conference is a three-way collaboration between Concordia University, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre and Art History at Queen’s University. The conference will bring… Continue Reading →
SEARCHING FOR NO END IN SIGHT. . . An OCAD U Criticism and Curatorial Practice MFA Thesis Exhibition. Featuring the work of: PARASTOO ANOUSHAHPOUR and photographs from the ARCHIVE OF MODERN CONFLICT TORONTO Curated by Natasha Peterson EXHIBITION: 17-21 March… Continue Reading →
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