Information Session: CROS 3003 Gibraltar Point, A Living Lab


CROS 3003 Gibraltar Point, A Living Lab: A week long residency that embraces collaborative and community building methodologies within studio production.  Students interested in finding out more about this unique opportunity should come to the Information Session: Tuesday, April 3rd at 12 noon in room 415

 
DateTuesday, April 3, 2018 - 12:00pm

Email

aprilhickox@gmail.com

Location

OCAD U 100 McCaul St., Room 415 Toronto, ON

CROS 3003 Gibraltar Point, A Living Lab, is a unique interdisciplinary course open to students in all program areas including graduate studies. This week long residency embraces collaborative and community building methodologies within studio production.

Students taking this course will live and work for one week at the Artscape Gibraltar Point Arts Centre, located in the Toronto Island Park, 230 hectares of unique and diverse Carolinian forest, with a community of 750 residents, located minutes from downtown Toronto by boat.

Students interested in finding out more about this unique opportunity should come to the Information Session:Tuesday, April 3rd at 12 noon in room 415.

Residency live in dates are May 25th to June 1st

Subsidies are available for assistance with the accommodation fees, please enquire.

For more information Email: April Hickox, Course Leader aprilhickox@gmail.com

 



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DateTuesday, April 3, 2018 - 12:00pm

Email

aprilhickox@gmail.com

Website Location

OCAD U 100 McCaul St., Room 415 Toronto, ON

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Tuesday, April 3, 2018 - 12:00pm

CROS 3003 Gibraltar Point, A Living Lab, is a unique interdisciplinary course open to students in all program areas including graduate studies. This week long residency embraces collaborative and community building methodologies within studio production.

Students taking this course will live and work for one week at the Artscape Gibraltar Point Arts Centre, located in the Toronto Island Park, 230 hectares of unique and diverse Carolinian forest, with a community of 750 residents, located minutes from downtown Toronto by boat.

Students interested in finding out more about this unique opportunity should come to the Information Session:Tuesday, April 3rd at 12 noon in room 415.

Residency live in dates are May 25th to June 1st

Subsidies are available for assistance with the accommodation fees, please enquire.

For more information Email: April Hickox, Course Leader aprilhickox@gmail.com

 

Venue & Address: 
OCAD U 100 McCaul St., Room 415 Toronto, ON
Email: 
aprilhickox@gmail.com
Poster with image of trees and info session details
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