OCADIATOR's ride the Big Bike

OCADIATORS
Friday, June 6, 2008 - 4:00pm

On Friday, June 6, twenty-nine OCAD staff members will get on board the Heart & Stroke Foundation’s “Big Bike” and pedal roughly three kilometres beginning at Toronto General Hospital. The Big Bike event is named after the unique 30-seater bicycle ridden by enthusiastic teams of riders through 200 communities across Canada.

The “OCADIATORS” hope to raise approximately $2,500 towards the Heart & Stroke Foundation’s important work advancing research, promoting healthy lifestyles and advocating for heart health. To support OCAD team members, visit the team's online pledge page (below) and come out and cheer for them on June 6 at noon, as they pour their hearts into it!

Venue & Address: 
Toronto General Hospital 585 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

Fourth-Year Week: Staying Well in the Challenging World of Work

fourth-year week
Monday, March 10, 2008 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Don't become a statistic. Young workers are 24% more likely to get hurt in the first few months of a new job! Whether you are working for yourself or somebody else, if you get sick or hurt yourself badly, your wallet will suffer. Learn how to recognize problems before they bite you. From blocked fire exits to how to use a fire extinguisher; asbestos and mould in your workplace or living space; your rights and responsibilities as a worker; the importance of labels and educating yourself; ladders and lifting heavy objects; stress and Personal Protective Equipment, you need to know where to find information. Come and listen, ask questions, and join in discussion.

Presented by Ted Rickard, Manager, Health & Safety.

This week is all about YOU, the fourth-year student'to recognize your accomplishments as you near the end of your final year. Fourth-Year Week is a way for OCAD to say thank you and celebrate the valuable contribution you make to the OCAD community and beyond.

We welcome you to participate as your schedule allows.

March 10 to March 14, 2008

Connect, engage, reflect and have fun!

Check the Events Calendar for daily activities and watch for posters and a Fourth-Year Week brochure!

Venue & Address: 
Room 1320 113 McCaul Street, Toronto, Ontario
Email: 
bjames@ocad.ca

Fourth-Year Week: Staying Well in the Challenging World of Work

fourth-year week
Thursday, March 13, 2008 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm

Don't become a statistic. Young workers are 24% more likely to get hurt in the first few months of a new job! Whether you are working for yourself or somebody else, if you get sick or hurt yourself badly, your wallet will suffer. Learn how to recognize problems before they bite you. From blocked fire exits to how to use a fire extinguisher; asbestos and mould in your workplace or living space; your rights and responsibilities as a worker; the importance of labels and educating yourself; ladders and lifting heavy objects; stress and Personal Protective Equipment, you need to know where to find information. Come and listen, ask questions, and join in discussion.

Presented by Ted Rickard, Manager, Health & Safety.

This week is all about YOU, the fourth-year student'to recognize your accomplishments as you near the end of your final year. Fourth-Year Week is a way for OCAD to say thank you and celebrate the valuable contribution you make to the OCAD community and beyond.

We welcome you to participate as your schedule allows.

March 10 to March 14, 2008

Connect, engage, reflect and have fun!

Check the Events Calendar for daily activities and watch for posters and a Fourth-Year Week brochure!

Venue & Address: 
Room 1320 113 McCaul Street, Toronto, Ontario
Email: 
bjames@ocad.ca

Playing Doctor

Shannon Gerard
Wednesday, September 26, 2007 - 4:00am to Sunday, December 9, 2007 - 5:00am

AGYU presents PLAYING DOCTOR with OCAD Instructor Shannon Gerard and artist stef lenk at York University's Bookstore. Gerard's multi-media presentation, featuring models in crocheted strap-ons, guides the audience through a self-examination of their bathing suit areas, while lenk's life-sized game of Operation has participants digging for anatomical treasures on a fully functioning game-board. The installation will be on view from 26 September to 9 December 2007.
Books and comics by Gerard and lenk will be on sale in AGYU Bookstore for the duration of the exhibition.
PLAYING DOCTOR is part of a larger project called BOOBS & DINKS: Early Detection Kits:
Shannon Gerard's BOOBS & DINKS Early Detection Kits are crocheted breasts and testicles containing small lumps that can be found by following instructions provided in accompanying booklets. Warm up on these plush privates and then examine your own precious bathing suit area! The softness and humour of these BOOBS & DINKS aims to eliminate some of the fear surrounding monthly self-exams. Five dollars from each purchase will be donated to Cottage Dreams'a cancer recovery initiative in the Muskokas (cottagedreams.org).
The dates and times of PLAYING DOCTOR:
Opening Wednesday, September 26 2007, 6 to 9 pm
Get along on the Performance Bus! On the Harvest Full Moon, Wednesday, September 26, spirit yourself onto the AGYU performance bus with artist Katie Bethune-Leamen to the opening reception of PLAYING DOCTOR and FASTW'RMS Donky@Ninja@Witch. The free bus departs OCAD (100 McCaul St.) at 6 pm sharp and returns downtown at 9 pm.
The AGYU is located in the Accolade East Building, 4700 Keele Street Toronto. Gallery hours are: Monday to Friday, 10 am'4 pm; Wednesday, 10am'8 pm; Sunday from noon'5 pm; and closed Saturday. Admission to everything out there is free.

Venue & Address: 
Art Gallery of York University 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario
Cost: 
Free

Sessional Instructor Ilene Sova presents: To Be

Portrait Painting of Alex Pangman
Saturday, April 2, 2016 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Sessional Instructor Ilene Sova presents:  To Be, an exhibition in partnership with the Ontario Gift of Life Network for organ donation awareness month

You are invited to the special reception for the opening of 'To Be' an exhibition in partnership with the Ontario Gift of Life Network for organ donation awareness month.  

Enjoy a wine reception with Ilene Sova in attendance along with the portrait subjects and their families, Saturday April 2nd from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

In partnership with the Ontario Trillium Gift of Life Network

Regular gallery hours -  Wed to Sat - 1 to 6 pm | or by appointment

For the past year and a half Ilene Sova has been working with the Ontario Trillium Gift of Life Network to create a portrait project around Organ Donation Awareness Month. This show will include 10 large scale portraits of both recipients and donors who's lives are affected by organ donation. Through this unique exhibition the Ontario Trillium Gift of Life Network would like to encourage Canadians to see the human stories behind the people who give and receive organs. To register to be an organ donor online click here.

 

 

 

Venue & Address: 
Walnut Contemporary 201 Niagara Toronto ON
Website: 
http://ilenesova.cmail20.com/t/ViewEmail/i/2AF0D9D5A251ED6E/8C83A8814995AD94C68C6A341B5D209E
Cost: 
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Talk & Tea - Talking Circle for OCAD U Students

Tuesday, February 2, 2016 - 9:00pm to 10:30pm

Talk & Tea is a talking circle for OCAD University students.

This is a safe space to gather as a community, drink tea and share stories on Indigineous culture, traditional medicines, wholistic health and balance.

Snacks and laughs will be provided. 

If you are interested in attending or have any questions, please contact Shawna at showe@ocadu.ca

Venue & Address: 
113 McCaul Street, room 410
Talk & tea poster with event info and illustration of tea cup surrounded by medicine

OCAD YOGA: Fall 2013

OCAD YOGA: Fall 2013
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 4:00pm to Friday, October 25, 2013 - 9:00pm

Come, breathe and be calm.

The Yoga Program at OCAD U offers students, faculty, staff and alumni the opportunity to get fit, de-stress, and stay healthy.

Five- and six-week on-campus classes offered in all-level Asana and Nidra styles will start October 28 for the fall semester.

Sign up today at the Cashier (Level 1, 115 McCaul Street).

 

www.ocadu.ca/yoga

 

Venue & Address: 
Cashier Level 1, 115 McCaul Street Toronto, Ontario
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