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
OCAD University teamed up with Toronto Centre for Community Learning and Development (TCCL&D) to pilot an innovative, hands-on design course. Over a period of three months, a group of second-year industrial design students worked with members of the Regent Park Sewing Studio to design and create ‘made-to-order’ textile goods. The finished products (soft goods like hats, bags and other wearables) were displayed and sold at the Re:Location exhibition at Daniels Spectrum, at Regent Park, on December 6.
Advisors will be out of the office on December 11 2018, the office will remain open for general inquiries.
KINDLING HOLIDAY MARKET Toronto's favorite artists, and makers come together for Kindling Holiday Market to ignite your festive season. Artists: Kaley Flowers, Kendra Yee, Julie Moon, Louise Reimer, Shannon Gerard - Plants You Can't Kill, Lee Meszaros - Eau Claire, Amy Egerdeen, Rapt + Held, Shanna Van Maurik Toronto's favorite artists, and makers come together for Kindling Holiday Market to ignite your festive season.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Chung-Im Kim and the fourth-year students in Textiles Design 3 class for their amazing new show, Memory Box, that opened at The Morris and Sally Justein Heritage Museum, Baycrest yesterday! See some wonderful images here https://twitter.com/Baycrest
A few Canvas workshops for faculty in December and January. For new faculty there are 2 Canvas Orientation sessions, and 1 quick online orientation. Tomorrow there is a workshop on Grading!
Anna Pogossyan, a fourth year OCAD U Environmental Design student and her collaborator, Temirlan Toktabek, a fourth year Ryerson University student, are the inaugural winners of the Red Bull Basement University competition. Held in Berlin, the duo competed against students from 16 countries and more than 800 entries.
As we are heading into Final CRITIQUE week, we ask that as you are finishing up your final critiques, please make sure you start taking home all work and personal belongings. Please do not leave work in the classrooms and/or windowsills, or any public space in and the around the school. Any work left will be discarded on Thursday, December 20th..