Art Camp Exhibition at Ryerson Artscape


An exhibition exploring our contemporary understanding of reality from the context of the physical and digital spaces that collectively constitute our world.

 
DateThursday, October 22, 2015 - 4:00am to Sunday, November 15, 2015 - 5:00am

Phone

(416)-538-3100

Email

Media Contact: ryersonartspace@gmail.com

Website

http://ryersonartspace.com

Location

Ryerson Artspace 1214 Queen St. West

Opening Reception: October 22nd, 7 - 10pm

An exhibition exploring our contemporary understanding of reality from the context of the physical and digital spaces that collectively constitute our world.

Featuring work from 13 Ryerson + OCAD U photography students & alumni:

Andrea Chartrand
Mauricio Estrada
Abigail Lomboy
Antonio Giacchetti
Jesse Marcelo Sarkis
Allison Morris
Manuela Morales
Hilary Riem
Camille Rojas
Evan Roy
Farihah Shah
Morgan Sears-Williams
Cassandera Xavier

Part of the first Art Camp Residency in collaboration with OCAD U & Ryerson University that took place at the Ryerson Artspace from May - October 2015.
Art Camp brings together 13 students from OCAD U’s Photography department and Ryerson’s School of Image Arts to collaborate on community building and art creation.

Gallery Hours:
Thursday - Friday: 1 - 6pm
Saturday - Sunday: 12 - 5pm



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DateThursday, October 22, 2015 - 4:00am to Sunday, November 15, 2015 - 5:00am

Phone

(416)-538-3100

Email

Media Contact: ryersonartspace@gmail.com

Website

http://ryersonartspace.com

Location

Ryerson Artspace 1214 Queen St. West

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Black text and marks
Thursday, October 22, 2015 - 4:00am to Sunday, November 15, 2015 - 5:00am

Opening Reception: October 22nd, 7 - 10pm

An exhibition exploring our contemporary understanding of reality from the context of the physical and digital spaces that collectively constitute our world.

Featuring work from 13 Ryerson + OCAD U photography students & alumni:

Andrea Chartrand
Mauricio Estrada
Abigail Lomboy
Antonio Giacchetti
Jesse Marcelo Sarkis
Allison Morris
Manuela Morales
Hilary Riem
Camille Rojas
Evan Roy
Farihah Shah
Morgan Sears-Williams
Cassandera Xavier

Part of the first Art Camp Residency in collaboration with OCAD U & Ryerson University that took place at the Ryerson Artspace from May - October 2015.
Art Camp brings together 13 students from OCAD U’s Photography department and Ryerson’s School of Image Arts to collaborate on community building and art creation.

Gallery Hours:
Thursday - Friday: 1 - 6pm
Saturday - Sunday: 12 - 5pm

Venue & Address: 
Ryerson Artspace 1214 Queen St. West
Website: 
http://ryersonartspace.com
Email: 
Media Contact: ryersonartspace@gmail.com
Phone: 
(416)-538-3100
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