When you open up the 2015 Schools Issue of PhotoEd Magazine, you will find major representation from OCAD U!
Emma Blackshaw (2015 Graduate)
Genevieve Blais (2015 Graduate)
Gabby Frank (2015 Graduate)
Mara Gajic (4th year Photo Major)
Allison Morris (2015 Graduate_
Cailen Speers (2015 Graduate)
Alexandra Votsis (2015 Graduate)
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Eve Gane, Circle Landscape #1, 2014
Timeraiser and OCAD University have come together to help support emerging artists, non-profit organizations, and promote civic engagement! Timeraiser is a volunteer matching fair, a silent art auction, and a night out on the town. The big Timeraiser twist is rather than bid money on artwork, participants bid volunteer hours.
Come out to the Power Plant on May 30th to celebrate the 29 artists selected for this opportunity to bid your volunteer hours on stunning artworks! Tickets for this event are $20.
Keep an eye out for current photography majors:
Throughout the evening, participants meet with various non-profit organizations in the room to find available skilled volunteer opportunities that meet their needs. Once matches are made, the bidding can begin. Winning bidders have 12 months to complete their pledge in order to bring the artwork home as a reminder of their goodwill.
We are excited to announce the Career Launcher Photography Exhibition closing reception will be held on Saturday May 16th from 2pm – 4pm at Artscape Youngplace 3rd Floor Hallway Galleries. In addition to celebrating the work of 12 recent graduates we will also be announcing the winner of the Career Launcher will be announced at the ceremony. The show looks amazing and we are super excited to announce the winner of the Career Launcher who will be receiving a studio membership as well as a solo exhibition in the Artscape Youngplace hallway galleries in the fall of 2015!
Participating Artists include:
Emma Blackshaw, 2015
The exhibition, The Fortune of Having Been There, (The Project Gallery, May 14 to June 10, 2015) – showcases the work of 27 graduates of OCAD’s photography thesis program. This month long exhibition, curated into three distinct shows by students from OCAD’s Criticism and Curatorial Practices program, introduces the next generation of local artists and curators.
Volume I (May 14 – 24), curated by Tori Maas.
This exhibition brings together images and objects from artists’ interactions with space and site, the landscapes they inhabit, and the tension created by the collision of public and private lives.
1109 Queen Street East, Toronto
Tuesday to Friday: 2 pm to 8 pm
Saturday to Sunday: 12 pm to 6 pm
Contact Exhibition Page: scotiabankcontactphoto.com