This coming weekend from September 21st to 23rd, recipients of the INLAND Career Launcher and Queen West Art Crawl Career Launcher will be showcasing their work to the public.
The symposium will explore how the development of positive, innovative, interdisciplinary visions can facilitate a transformative cultural shift toward low-carbon communities, sustainable adaptation and the adoption of green infrastructure and design in cities.
The OCAD University Curatorial Team will be participating as a cultural partner at the Art Toronto International Art Fair this year. As Canada’s largest international contemporary and modern art fair, Art Toronto will be taking place at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre, from October 26 - 29, 2018.
Philanthropist and entrepreneur Salah Bachir is featured in Toronto Life’s October Best Dressed issue.
OCAD University is exploring offering classes at a new Hamilton-based community and culture hub. At a recent Hamilton City Council meeting, councillors unanimously approved Ward 3 Councillor Matthew Green’s motion to transform the former King George School into a community hub.
Imagination Catalyst cohort, and OCAD U alumnus, Fable Tech Labs, wins $75K in female founders pitch competition!
The Office of Research & Innovation is pleased to announce a show, titled Atlas of an Ambiguous Utopia: Explorations in Place, Machines and Waste, by OCAD U Alum and Social Body Lab member Hillary Predko will be held at OCAD U's Graduate Gallery (205 Richmond Street West, ground floor). The show will run on Saturday, September 15th and Sunday September 16th from 12-6pm. There is an Artist Talk scheduled for Sunday, September 16th at 6pm.