Realized, Celebrating 5 Years of the Digital Painting Atelier


Marking the 5th anniversary of the Digital Painting Atelier is a successful Artist in Residence program that supports the Digital Painting Expanded Animation (DPXA) specialization in the Faculty of Art.

 
DateThursday, October 22, 2015 - 9:00pm

Location

Ada Slaight Student Gallery (formerly Transit Space) 100 McCaul St., 2nd floor Toronto, ON

Ada Slaight Student Gallery inaugural opening of the newly renovated exhibition space (formerly Transit Space) with the exhibition:
Realized, Celebrating 5 Years of the Digital Painting Atelier

Marking the 5th anniversary of the Digital Painting Atelier is a successful Artist in Residence program that supports the Digital Painting Expanded Animation (DPXA) specialization in the Faculty of Art. We host between 2 to 3 artists for a week within the DPXA Labs to create new artwork using our facilities. The artist agrees to making one edition of 5 artworks, where the artist receives 3 pieces and DPXA keeps one for their archive and one is auctioned at Project 31 (or other venues) in order to regenerate operating funds for the Artist in Residency program. These artist also visit classes and work with OCAD University students.



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DateThursday, October 22, 2015 - 9:00pm

Website Location

Ada Slaight Student Gallery (formerly Transit Space) 100 McCaul St., 2nd floor Toronto, ON

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Thursday, October 22, 2015 - 9:00pm

Ada Slaight Student Gallery inaugural opening of the newly renovated exhibition space (formerly Transit Space) with the exhibition:
Realized, Celebrating 5 Years of the Digital Painting Atelier

Marking the 5th anniversary of the Digital Painting Atelier is a successful Artist in Residence program that supports the Digital Painting Expanded Animation (DPXA) specialization in the Faculty of Art. We host between 2 to 3 artists for a week within the DPXA Labs to create new artwork using our facilities. The artist agrees to making one edition of 5 artworks, where the artist receives 3 pieces and DPXA keeps one for their archive and one is auctioned at Project 31 (or other venues) in order to regenerate operating funds for the Artist in Residency program. These artist also visit classes and work with OCAD University students.

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Ada Slaight Student Gallery (formerly Transit Space) 100 McCaul St., 2nd floor Toronto, ON
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