Thursday, September 5, 2013 - 4:00am to Saturday, September 28, 2013 - 4:00am

opening reception September 5 (7-10pm)

Student Exhibition

Curated by Inez Genereux + Corey Moranis

fART (food+ART) is something that looks so good, you want to eat it! This show is a visual feast that consumes all of your senses. For your enjoyment, we have prepared a sweet sizzling stew by melting together a variety of experiences surrounding food.

This show celebrates how our obsession with food brings us together, and delights in that feeling of indulging in one's favourite meal, twice. Today, our consumption is heavily scrutinized. fART embraces junking-out from time to time. What would a deep fried Mars Bar be without a side of Cool Ranch Doritos? We encourage the double dip.

fART is a delectable art experience, one of mid-way esque activities and the nostalgia of snack time. On opening night, we will honour the sensation of when you were young and went to the fun fair, and ate so much cotton candy that you thought your head would explode. A sugar rush so intense, it brings you to euphoria.

Bring a BIG, HUGE appetite and your dancing shoes as SPAWN + BLAKE BLAKELY will be making us grooveisinthefart! Toonie drinks!

// fARTISTS // Killer Acid, Felipe Blanchard, MILKBBI, Avis Catqueen, Katrina Cervoni, Simone D’angelo, Jeffrey Dell, Alexandra Dumais, Inez Genereux, Shannon Gerard, Ben Jones, Keith Jones, Brendan George Ko, Ginette Lapalme, Elija Montgomery, Corey Moranis, Caitlyn Murphy, Peter Rahul, Nicholas Robins, Julian Reeves +Michael Seleski, Alëna Skarina, Maxime Stein, and Chris Uphues

This show is sponsored by Good Egg // http://www.goodegg.ca/






Venue & Address: 
Student Gallery 52 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario
Illustration of a multi-layered multi-colored cake

Florence Exhibition

Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 9:00pm

An exhibition of student work for the OCAD U Florence Program

Join the most recent cohort of the Florence Program as they share an exhibition of work created while attending this fantastic program abroad.

Meet the students (past and present) from the program and hear about the incredible impact this opportunity has had on their educational experience.

Florence program alumnus Marc O'Brien says it best by stating:
"Being in the Florence program was so critical to my development as an artist, a professional and a human being. Nowhere else can you find such a luscious, educational blend of language, history, culture, autonomy, and family than in the Florence Program. It changed my life. Pure and Simple."
- Marc O'Brien, BDes 2011, Illustration Medal Winner

Excited? Us too! Please register if you plan on joining us.

Presented by OCAD U Development & Alumni Relations


416.977.6000 x4880





Venue & Address: 
Great Hall 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario
Photo of students in Florence with the word "Florence"

Exposé 2

Friday, December 6, 2013 - 10:15pm

Faculty of Design Student and Faculty Exhibition

The first Exposé was run as a photoshow and contest. This exhibition will feature work by students and instructors as part of the new Faculty of Design photographic initiative.




Venue & Address: 
Great Hall 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario
Expose 2 poster with event info, OCAD U logo and warped photograph of woman's head

SPECTRUM: A Vision for Mental Health

 SPECTRUM: A Vision for Mental Health
Thursday, October 3, 2013 - 4:00am to Monday, November 25, 2013 - 5:00am

Artists, Designers, Curators & Creative Thinkers Wanted!

What does mental health mean to you? What does a thriving community look like? How do you or your loved ones overcome challenges? How is mental wellness supported in the OCADU community?

Date of Exhibition: January 27 – 31, 2014
Show Location: Open Gallery, Inclusive Design Institute, 49 McCaul Street

To apply to be a part of the Curatorial team or submit work for this show, please contact:
Andrea Yip (ayip@ocadu.ca)

Curatorial Application Due: November 25th, 2013 11:00 pm EST
Please include:
• Curatorial C.V.
• 1 page statement describing your interests and previous experience.

Work may be submitted between December 1st, 2013 - January 8th, 2014
• Maximum 2 submissions per person
• Maximum 5 images per submission
• Artist statements are optional and encouraged
• Though we expect most people will submit using their full name, some may only feel comfortable submitting anonymously. If need be feel free to submit in the way that is most comfortable for you.

All materials submitted may be used in documentation and information gathering




Venue & Address: 
Inclusive Design Institute 49 McCaul St Toronto, ON