GradEx100 in the media

 

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 - 6:45pm

The 100th edition of OCAD U’s graduate exhibition did not go unnoticed by the Toronto media. Several journalists attended opening night as well as subsequent days of the show.  

The Globe and Mail’s Simona Chiose highlighted graduates from the Faculty of Art, while the Toronto Star’s urban issues columnist Christopher Hume took a closer look at Environmental Design.

BlogTO ran a photo essay on its top 30 art picks, while SheDoesTheCity featured a photo spread focusing on fashion and attendees.

CP24 broadcast live from the Great Hall interviewing medal winners starting at 7 a.m. and returned to capture the party wrap-up at the end of the night. These were just some of the media outlets that dropped in to capture the festive mood of the biggest GradEx ever.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2015 - 6:45pm

The 100th edition of OCAD U’s graduate exhibition did not go unnoticed by the Toronto media. Several journalists attended opening night as well as subsequent days of the show.  

The Globe and Mail’s Simona Chiose highlighted graduates from the Faculty of Art, while the Toronto Star’s urban issues columnist Christopher Hume took a closer look at Environmental Design.

BlogTO ran a photo essay on its top 30 art picks, while SheDoesTheCity featured a photo spread focusing on fashion and attendees.

CP24 broadcast live from the Great Hall interviewing medal winners starting at 7 a.m. and returned to capture the party wrap-up at the end of the night. These were just some of the media outlets that dropped in to capture the festive mood of the biggest GradEx ever.