Posts Tagged ‘music’

XPACE: External Space presents Lynn Canyon

Lynn Canyon by Canadian artist Adam Waldron-Blain is a video performance placing the artist playing a violin, while taking different positions in the middle of a rushing creek in a North Vancouver park.

The interruptions of sounds of rushing water, wind, birds and a dog with its owner flitting through the static frame, engages and challenges the viewer to watch and hear his violin performance in a powerful and unpredictable space.

On at the Learning Zone until June 18th and available online.



05 2013

Emstro presents…Young Minds

On November 17th, the Learning Zone hosted a “live” exhibition, Young Minds, curated by OCADU student Rei Misiri. The interior of the Learning Zone was transformed into an urban space exhibiting urban inspired artwork alongside live music and dance performances.

A large turnout came to see this exhibition which brought together artworks by Rei Misiri,  Jessey Phade Pacho, Quentin Vercetty, Juan Siez Swift, DJ Andy B Bad, Mike Fate B, Damon Nomad, Maximum Efficiency Crew, Floor Assassinz Malitia and The Moon Runners.


12 2011

Last Day of Class!

How did you celebrate your last day of classes at OCAD? Over here in the Learning Zone, there was some serious Karaoke action going on. Students came and sang their hearts out, rejoicing in the fact that classes for the 2011 term had come to an end! Check out some of the pics of the festivities!

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04 2011

70 Million by Hold Your Horses

An entertaining and cheeky music video for 70 Million, hit song by Franco-American band, Hold Your Horses!, offers a wink at art history as band members playfully reconstruct famous paintings in an off the wall lyrical interpretation all their own.

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03 2011

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