IAMD Student Work included in Making Peace

 

Saturday, May 13, 2017

"Making Peace is a major public event that aims to teach the public, especially young people what key elements are necessary to create a 'sustainable peace'; providing an opportunity for people of all ages to get involved in bringing about positive change. Activities include a large photographic exhibition that pays tribute to the people who — all over the planet — devote their time, energy and resources to the cause of peace."

The Registry, an interactive installation from Mariam Magsi's Purdah thesis exhibition at OCAD University, has been selected for exhibition at Making Peace curated by Ashley Woods, former curator of Magnum Photos and current curator at the Nobel Peace Prize Museum in Stockholm.  

All are welcome to attend the opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, May 13, 2:00 pm, Front Street East, Canary District, Corktown, Toronto.

 

More on Making Peace: https://www.makingpeace.org/en/

More on Mariam Magsi's artwork: https://www.mariammagsi.com/

More on the IAMD program at OCAD University: http://www.ocadu.ca/academics/graduate-studies/art-media-design-masters.htm

Doreen Balabanoff's talk on colour and light and healthcare design. http://click.mailsender02.com/m/176/m/1800133/cfb41445d0c4b5534a62f6500f59d800
Material Art & Design's Associate Professor Ken Vickerson has work coming up for Auction at Waddington's here in Toronto on November 30th.
Portrait of Sara Diamond in a blue suit by a window
A new book by author Paulina Cameron celebrates Canadian leaders, champions, and luminaries who are exemplary in their fields. Canada 150 Women showcases leaders from a variety of professional sectors who demonstrate tenacity, diversity and strength.
Katherine Roos, OCAD University
OCAD University’s business incubator, Imagination Catalyst, participated in InnovateTO150 on Friday, November 3. More than 50 of Toronto’s best innovation-minded startups and entrepreneurs were featured at the event  ̶  a startup showcase and pitch competition organized by the City of Toronto and the four Toronto-based universities.
Dr. Peter Jones announces chapter publications from earlier this year.
Two men holding up a large silk scarf depicting a man looking at the ocean
Dr. John Semple, world-renowned breast cancer surgeon and Chair, OCAD University Board of Governors, has collaborated with Canadian fashion designer David Dixon on a Women’s College Hospital Foundation fundraising initiative
OCAD University’s Board of Governors has elected Jaime Watt, Executive Chairman, Navigator Ltd., as Chair of the Board of Governors for a one-year term as of November 11, 2017. He succeeds outgoing Chair Dr. John Semple.
OCADU Health & Wellness Centre will be closed Friday November 10th, 2017
photograph of Mariam Magsi holding "Making Peace" poster
Saturday, May 13, 2017

"Making Peace is a major public event that aims to teach the public, especially young people what key elements are necessary to create a 'sustainable peace'; providing an opportunity for people of all ages to get involved in bringing about positive change. Activities include a large photographic exhibition that pays tribute to the people who — all over the planet — devote their time, energy and resources to the cause of peace."

The Registry, an interactive installation from Mariam Magsi's Purdah thesis exhibition at OCAD University, has been selected for exhibition at Making Peace curated by Ashley Woods, former curator of Magnum Photos and current curator at the Nobel Peace Prize Museum in Stockholm.  

All are welcome to attend the opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, May 13, 2:00 pm, Front Street East, Canary District, Corktown, Toronto.

 

More on Making Peace: https://www.makingpeace.org/en/

More on Mariam Magsi's artwork: https://www.mariammagsi.com/

More on the IAMD program at OCAD University: http://www.ocadu.ca/academics/graduate-studies/art-media-design-masters.htm