Summer Institute Practitioners Exhibit


Summer Institute Practitioners Exhibit

September 18 to 22nd, 2017 - In the Ada Slaight Galleries

Opening - Tuesday, September 19, 4 to 6 pm 

 
DateMonday, September 18, 2017 - 9:00am to Friday, September 22, 2017 - 8:00pm

Email

akubis@faculty.ocadu.ca

Location

Ada Slaight Galleries 100 McCaul Street, rm. 225, 2nd floor take the circular staircase and turn right Toronto, ON

Summer Institute Practitioners Exhibit

Opening - Tuesday, September 19, 4 to 6 pm 

The Faculty of Art is pleased to announce the Summer Institute Practitioners Exhibit. The Summer Institute is an initiative that brings together faculty practitioners with existing summer school course offerings, research and studio practice in an environment that fosters exchange, dialogue and connection with the community.

The 2017 Summer Institute Practitioners are:  Philippe Blanchard, Linda Carreiro, Nicole Collins, Judith Doyle & David McIntosh, Anda Kubis, Colette Laliberté, Jenn Long, Luke Parnell, Jennie Suddick

Focus of the 2017 Summer Institute:

·         To promote and support faculty research practice @ OCAD U

·         To advance the professional development of OCAD U faculty

·         To create a dynamic summer learning environment for students 

·         To recognize faculty contributions

·         To promote dialogue between faculty as practitioners and teachers, both internally and externally

·         To connect with a wider community

 

We hope you can join us in celebrating our faculty and participate in a dialogue that supports the future of the Summer Institute initiative. 

For more information, please contact Anda Kubis: akubis@faculty.ocadu.ca

Ada Slaight Galleries – 100 McCaul Street, rm. 225, 2nd floor - take the circular staircase and turn right.



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DateMonday, September 18, 2017 - 9:00am to Friday, September 22, 2017 - 8:00pm

Email

akubis@faculty.ocadu.ca

Website Location

Ada Slaight Galleries 100 McCaul Street, rm. 225, 2nd floor take the circular staircase and turn right Toronto, ON

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Monday, September 18, 2017 - 9:00am to Friday, September 22, 2017 - 8:00pm

Summer Institute Practitioners Exhibit

Opening - Tuesday, September 19, 4 to 6 pm 

The Faculty of Art is pleased to announce the Summer Institute Practitioners Exhibit. The Summer Institute is an initiative that brings together faculty practitioners with existing summer school course offerings, research and studio practice in an environment that fosters exchange, dialogue and connection with the community.

The 2017 Summer Institute Practitioners are:  Philippe Blanchard, Linda Carreiro, Nicole Collins, Judith Doyle & David McIntosh, Anda Kubis, Colette Laliberté, Jenn Long, Luke Parnell, Jennie Suddick

Focus of the 2017 Summer Institute:

·         To promote and support faculty research practice @ OCAD U

·         To advance the professional development of OCAD U faculty

·         To create a dynamic summer learning environment for students 

·         To recognize faculty contributions

·         To promote dialogue between faculty as practitioners and teachers, both internally and externally

·         To connect with a wider community

 

We hope you can join us in celebrating our faculty and participate in a dialogue that supports the future of the Summer Institute initiative. 

For more information, please contact Anda Kubis: akubis@faculty.ocadu.ca

Ada Slaight Galleries – 100 McCaul Street, rm. 225, 2nd floor - take the circular staircase and turn right.

Venue & Address: 
Ada Slaight Galleries 100 McCaul Street, rm. 225, 2nd floor take the circular staircase and turn right Toronto, ON
Email: 
akubis@faculty.ocadu.ca
Photo of a totum pole
Image of a pregnant woman
Image of a net on a white wall
white background with red line abstract image
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