David Salazar | Creative Professional-in-Residence Artist Talk


Artist and alum David Salazar will be presenting an artist talk to kick-off the inaugural Creative Professional-in-Residence program presented by the Centre for Emerging Artists and Designers (CEAD).

 
DateWednesday, October 3, 2018 - 5:00pm

Cost

N/A

Location

Ada Slaight Student Gallery, Room 225, 100 McCaul St.

DAVID SALAZAR
OCAD U
BFA 2007/ MFA 2017

ARTIST TALK

Wednesday, October 3, 5:00 PM
Ada Slaight Student Gallery, Room 225, 100 McCaul St.

BIO

David Constantino Salazar is a sculptor with a studio practice highly focused on hand modeling clay and fabricating sculpture in various materials. His practice reflects research into the use of animal forms as cultural symbols to explore the borders between necessity and excess, desires, and addiction.

In 2017, Salazar completed the Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media and Design degree (IAMD) at OCAD University. 

ABOUT THE CREATIVE PROFESSIONAL-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM

The new OCAD U Creative Professionals-In-Residence program is a mentorship initiative created to support the career success of current OCAD U students and recent alumni. It is also an opportunity to facilitate community and relationship building for emerging artists and designers. The Creative Professionals-In-Residence program sees invited professional guests, from a variety of art and design-related disciplines, present on a regularly scheduled basis over the course of the academic semester, in the new Rosalie Sharp Pavilion for Experiential Learning at 115 McCaul Street. Visiting creative professionals are alumni of OCAD University, invited to provide mentorship to current OCAD U students and recent alumni.

This fall’s residents are David Salazar and Mahmood Popal.

We invite students to schedule meetings with the current Creative Professionals-In-Residence to engage in activities such as portfolio reviews, career advising, informational conversations, and on-campus studio visits. Students can set up a time with the residents by contacting Shellie Zhang, Community Animator at the Centre for Emerging Artists and Designers, or by a drop-in basis depending on availability. We also welcome opportunities to connect the residents through classes and curriculum. 

 

DateWednesday, October 3, 2018 - 5:00pm

Cost

N/A

Website Location

Ada Slaight Student Gallery, Room 225, 100 McCaul St.

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David Salazar | Creative Professional-in-Residence Artist Talk
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 - 5:00pm

DAVID SALAZAR
OCAD U
BFA 2007/ MFA 2017

ARTIST TALK

Wednesday, October 3, 5:00 PM
Ada Slaight Student Gallery, Room 225, 100 McCaul St.

BIO

David Constantino Salazar is a sculptor with a studio practice highly focused on hand modeling clay and fabricating sculpture in various materials. His practice reflects research into the use of animal forms as cultural symbols to explore the borders between necessity and excess, desires, and addiction.

In 2017, Salazar completed the Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media and Design degree (IAMD) at OCAD University. 

ABOUT THE CREATIVE PROFESSIONAL-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM

The new OCAD U Creative Professionals-In-Residence program is a mentorship initiative created to support the career success of current OCAD U students and recent alumni. It is also an opportunity to facilitate community and relationship building for emerging artists and designers. The Creative Professionals-In-Residence program sees invited professional guests, from a variety of art and design-related disciplines, present on a regularly scheduled basis over the course of the academic semester, in the new Rosalie Sharp Pavilion for Experiential Learning at 115 McCaul Street. Visiting creative professionals are alumni of OCAD University, invited to provide mentorship to current OCAD U students and recent alumni.

This fall’s residents are David Salazar and Mahmood Popal.

We invite students to schedule meetings with the current Creative Professionals-In-Residence to engage in activities such as portfolio reviews, career advising, informational conversations, and on-campus studio visits. Students can set up a time with the residents by contacting Shellie Zhang, Community Animator at the Centre for Emerging Artists and Designers, or by a drop-in basis depending on availability. We also welcome opportunities to connect the residents through classes and curriculum. 

 

Venue & Address: 
Ada Slaight Student Gallery, Room 225, 100 McCaul St.
Cost: 
N/A
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