MADE HERE: Graven Feathers Residency Exhibition

Saturday, June 29, 2013 - 4:00am to Saturday, July 27, 2013 - 4:00am

Exhibition including work by IAMD Graduate Student Rawaa Bakhsh

Graven Feather is delighted to present an exhibition of new work developed and produced on site during it's recently established Artist Residency program. Emerging artist's Madelaine Lyons Cooper, Sarah Sands Phillips, Rawaa Bakhsh and Julie Pasila each visited and worked independently at Graven Feather over a period of 4 weeks during the winter and spring of 2013, using equipment in studio and frequently incorporating the use or integration of printmaking techniques and ideas into existing and familiar media.

While each of the artists arrived at Graven Feather separate from each other, certain commonalities can be identified and together create a sense of interwoven elements and relatedness within material and conceptual themes. Layering and Installation of form are strongly present, as is a sense of play, modular shift, and fluidity of texture.

Residencies are all about creating opportunities and making room. They incorporate learning, new environments, and create open time and space to encounter unfamiliar modes and methods. In studio with other artists and context, a nebulous combination of stimuli will inevitably generate associations, reconsiderations, and an evolution and integration of new ideas into practice. The addition of Artist Residencies is part of Graven Feather's initiative to widen its community and share artistic experiences.

Featuring:
Sarah Sands Philips
Madelaine Lyons Cooper
Rawaa Bakhsh
& Julie Pasila

Rawaa Bakhsh is currently a masters candidate at OCAD University in Interdisciplinary Art. She graduated from Jeddah in Saudi Arabia with a bachelors in Graphic Design. She recently finished a residency where she studied two forms of Arabic Caligraphy in Turkey.

 

www.gravenfeather.ca

 

 

Free

Venue & Address: 
Graven Feather 906 Queen St West Toronto, Ontario

CHROMO

Thursday, August 8, 2013 - 12:00am to Wednesday, December 18, 2013 - 9:15pm

Thesis Exhibition of Interdisciplinary Master's Student Sara MacLean

Please join the IAMD Program and the Graduate Studies Department in celebrating the IAMD Thesis Exhibition of MFA Candidate Sara MacLean.

Throughout spring and summer 2013, graduating candidates from the IAMD program will present their thesis work in galleries and public spaces across Toronto. These exhibitions explore a wide variety of interdisciplinary subject matter and media including, drawing & painting, sound art, video, performance, health design, photography, furniture design, sculpture and installation.

 

www.ocadu.ca/graduate-studies/programs/interdisciplinary-masters-in-art-media-and-design.htm

 

 

Free

Venue & Address: 
Great Hall 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario
Sara Maclean CHROMO poster with event info overtop photograph of bedspread

The Port Lands Sensory Walk

The Port Lands Sensory Walk
Monday, September 2, 2013 - 5:15pm to Saturday, September 14, 2013 - 5:15pm

Thesis Exhibition of Interdisciplinary Master's Student Lisa Binnie

Please join IAMD MFA Candidate Lisa Binnie for her sensory explorations of the Port Lands

Please join the IAMD Program and the Graduate Studies Department in celebrating the IAMD Thesis Exhibition of MFA Candidate Lisa Binnie.

The Port Lands are dramatic and otherworldly, shaped by the dynamic forces of industry, recreation and nature. The Walk leads to five vantage points from which you will see these forces in action.

Lisa Binnie is leading four public walks in September. You can also tour it yourself guided by the map on the website, and onsite signs and flags.

The artist led walks are:
Sep 2nd, 11 am
Sep 6th, 11am
Sep 8th, 11am
Sep 14th, 10am

We meet at the southeast corner of the Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach. The Walk's duration is two hours including the return trip.

Check http://portlandswalk.com for more details.

Throughout 2013, graduating candidates from the IAMD program will present their thesis work in galleries and public spaces across Toronto. These exhibitions explore a wide variety of interdisciplinary subject matter and media including, drawing & painting, sound art, video, performance, health design, photography, furniture design, sculpture and installation.

We meet at the southeast corner of the Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach.

The Walk's duration is two hours including the return trip.

Toronto, Ontario

portlandswalk.com

 

Free

Venue & Address: 
Cherry Street bridge, just north of Unwin Avenue and Cherry Beach. Toronto, Ontario
Keywords: 

Interdisciplinary Masters in Art, Media and Design Thesis Colloquium

Thursday, September 26, 2013 - 1:30pm

Students in the IAMD Masters program will present their Thesis Proposals and work

OCAD University’s Office of Graduate Studies and the Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media and Design (IAMD) program would like to invite you to the 2013 IAMD Thesis Colloquia. Student’s in their final year of study will each give a short presentation about their practice and research, followed by questions and discussion.

Schedule of Presenters
9:45 Jason Deary
10:15 Melanie Janisse
11:00 Ryan Ferko
11:30 Faraz Anoushah Pour
12:00 Rawaa Bakhsh
12:30 Patrick Decoste
1:30 Marian Wihak
2:00 Trent Hunter
2:30 Stephen Surlin
3:15 Marjan Verstappen
3:45 Parastoo Anoushah Pour
4:15 Mary Tremonte
5:00 Anjuli Rahaman
5:30 Humboldt Magnussen
6:15 Martha Griffith
6:45 Brette Gabel
7:15 Takis Zourntos

 

4169776000 ext 4366

 

arowe@ocadu.ca

Free

Venue & Address: 
284, 2nd Level 100 McCaul St. Toronto, Ontario

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