Respectful Design by Dori Tunstall

 

Thursday, July 5, 2018 - 7:15am

Dori talks about design anthropology, decolonization design, the Black Youth Design Initiative (for the first time in public), and our ethos of Respectful Design. https://www.commarts.com/columns/tunstall

Ryan Rice, Associate Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School with participants. Photo by Martin Iskander.
OCAD U’s Ryan Rice, Associate Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, formerly Delaney Chair, along with The Inuit Art Quarterly/Inuit Art Foundation (IAF), hosted a meet-and-greet with partners of the Inuit Futures in Arts Leadership: The Pilimmaksarniq/Pijariuqsarniq Project.
The Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers has moved into its new, expanded offices in the Experiential Learning Centre. 
A photograph of the OCAD University survey booth on King Street
Researchers from OCAD's Visual Analytics Lab invite pedestrians to provide information on their experience of specific streetscapes used in downtown Toronto.
Digital Futures Professor Emma Westecott has written a chapter entitled “Feminism and Gameplay Performance" which has been published in the edited collection Feminism In Play by Palgrave Games in Context.
AwardSpring Image
Information on the 2018/19 AwardSpring Launch
Four students standing in front of a red GM car
Building upon a growing partnership between OCAD University and General Motors of Canada, two recent graduates and one student have recently been recruited through the University’s Digital Futures program to work at GM’s Canadian Technical Centre (CTC) in Oshawa.
Beyond the Veil
The work of artist and sessional Illustration instructor, Peter Chan, is on exhibit currently in Montreal, New York and London (UK).
Gary Taxali's illustration called Paris
OCAD U's Gary Taxali is one of 50 Illustrators in a new book called "The Illustration Idea Book".Gary's illustration called "Paris, Je T'aime" was created in response to the Paris attacks in November 2015.
Thursday, July 5, 2018 - 7:15am

Dori talks about design anthropology, decolonization design, the Black Youth Design Initiative (for the first time in public), and our ethos of Respectful Design. https://www.commarts.com/columns/tunstall