Amanda Roy (MA, 2014)

 

Monday, March 4, 2019 - 3:15pm

Amanda Roy is currently Sales Manager North America - ALM (archives, libraries, museums) at Axiell, the number one provider of collections management technology in the world. In her capacity as a Collections Technology Specialist, Roy has worked with some of the largest institutions in the world: the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, National Museum of the American Indian, and National Museum of American History, as well as Canadian institutions such as TIFF, Ryerson Image Center, and the Canadian Museum of History.

Vincent John Vincent, CEO, Co-founder, GestureTek and Dr. Sara Diamond
Dr. Sara Diamond, President and Vice-Chancellor of OCAD University, received Toronto Digifest’s Digital Media Pioneer Award at a ceremony yesterday at Artscape Launchpad. Dr. Diamond is a new media pioneer, curator, researcher, lecturer and artistic director who has become synonymous with Canadian art, culture and media. She has played a significant role as a champion for interdisciplinary collaboration among artists and engineers and leading visionary programs including the Banff New Media Institute and in her role as the President of OCAD University.
OCAD U/U of T team at Level Up 2019
A team made up of OCAD University and University of Toronto students won two awards at the 9th Annual Level Up Showcase, which took place at the Design Exchange. Their Fangs and Friends game received the Distinction in Art and the Best Overall Game awards. The group also came in second place in the People’s Choice Award category.
Together, by Jihee Min, a participatory mural installation created for CreativeTO
OCAD University’s alumna Jihee Min is the selected artist mentee for a Public Art Mentorship launched by The Sustainable Thinking and Expression on Public Space (STEPS) Initiative, a charitable organization that works with large scale public artworks, along with Brad Golden + Co.  There were more than 125 applicants from across the country.
Amanda Arlotta - chosen
Illustration Chair, Paul Dallas is proud to announce that the following OCADU Illustration students’ work has been selected for the American Illustration 38 annual award book and chosen to appear online as part of the AI Archive at ai-ap.com!
TBA curators Candice Hopkins (left) and Tairone Bastien (right), photo: Mariana D'Alberto
OCAD University has developed a number of initiatives to support the programming of Toronto’s first international Biennial of Art. The 72-day, free art exhibition will take place every two years.Launching September 21, 2019, the inaugural exhibition, curated by Candice Hopkins and Tairone Bastien, will present local, national, and international contemporary art in a city-wide experience. 
President Diamond and President Murphy with students
The province’s leading universities focused on technology and design have teamed up to forge a new modelfor the delivery of post-secondary education in Ontario: together OCAD U and Ontario Tech University will develop dynamic new ways of learning, curriculum, programs and research capacities.
by Jody Hewgill
Assistant Professor Jody Hewgill will be giving a lecture on her illustration practice on Thursday, April 18, 2019, at Syracuse University, School of Art, as part of the visiting artist lecture series.
Auctioneer Stephen Ranger, photo by Martin Iskander
Once again, OCAD U’s Project 31 fundraising auction was a great success, raising much-needed funds for scholarships and bursaries for students in financial need and the purchase of specialized equipment. This year, Project 31 featured 39 works donated by 42 of OCAD U’s award-winning faculty members and alumni. This year’s auction raised $144,250 (gross) and since 2010, the event has raised more than $1 million (net). 
Monday, March 4, 2019 - 3:15pm

Amanda Roy is currently Sales Manager North America - ALM (archives, libraries, museums) at Axiell, the number one provider of collections management technology in the world. In her capacity as a Collections Technology Specialist, Roy has worked with some of the largest institutions in the world: the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, National Museum of the American Indian, and National Museum of American History, as well as Canadian institutions such as TIFF, Ryerson Image Center, and the Canadian Museum of History.