Illustration students are selected for publication in 3x3 Illustration Annual No. 16

 

Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 6:15am

DISTINGUISHED MERIT

Christian Piasentin “Empty Head"

 

MERIT

Amanda Arlotta “Fame” (SERIES MERIT)

Amanda Arlotta “Beyoncé”

Amanda Arlotta “Lady Gaga”

Camilla Teodoro “Toy Soldiers”

Camilla Teodoro “Sale Day”

Lily Snowden-Fine “Ship in a Bottle”

Lily Snowden-Fine “E.Y. Endicott”

Lily Snowden-Fine “By the Fire”

Mathieu Larone “The Gulp Sessions”

Xulin Wang “Uprooted”

Deloris Chen “Zebra”

Salwa Majoka “Inner Turmoil”

Xinyu Ding

Christian Piasentin

Julia Pereira

Chris Tu

 

HONORABLE MENTION

Nathan Devlin “And So He Lies Awake”

Adam de Souza “Limited Adult Supervision”

Varvara Nedilska “Family Pet”

Varvara Nedilska “Creeper”

Reginald Balanga "Summer of 1976: The Heatwave that Gave Birth to British Punk”

Reginald Balanga "H.H. Holmes & His Murder Castl

Dongzhu Yang "The White Ribbon”

Melanie Yan “Utopia"

Deloris Chen “The Portrait”

Hyunsun Park “Girls Do Everything”

Salwa Majoka “Clichés”

Camille Dumaine

Skylar Dunk

Lixiyue Yan

 

3x3 is the first publication devoted entirely to the art of contemporary illustration, published in the United States and distributed worldwide.

 

Congratulations to everyone!

 

PAUL DALLAS
CHAIR, ILLUSTRATION
 

 

Illustrations by:

Christian Piasentin “Empty Head”; Camilla Teodoro “Sale Day”; Mathieu Larone “The Gulp Sessions”; Lily Snowden-Fine “E.Y. Endicott"

 

As part of its National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration, OCAD University is launching the Wapatah: Centre for Indigenous Visual Knowledge. OCAD University positions decolonization as the first of six key principles of its Academic Plan on a path toward transformative education. In light of its commitment to expanding Indigenous knowledge, OCAD University is thrilled to further facilitate the collaborative work of researchers and artists by providing a dynamic platform for creativity.
Courtesy, Red Embers
Red Embers, a public art installation honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women is on display at Toronto’s Alan Gardens. Commissioned featured artists include OCAD U alumni: Catherine Tammaro, Hannah Claus, Hillary Brighthill, Lido Pimienta and Lindsey Lickers.
Image of Pat Murray
The IDRC says goodbye to Pat Murray a valued member of the team.
OCAD U SFI students
OCAD University is hosting an event to celebrate the outcomes of UNESCO’s Futures Literacy Lab, June 27 to 29, 2019 at its waterfront campus (130 Queens Quay East). The event will feature the work of students, faculty and community members, looking to uncover our biases towards the future. 
Juliette Vermeersch
Program Chair, Paul Dallas is pleased to announce 7 illustrations from OCADU's Illustration Program
As OCAD U celebrates its newest graduates at today’s convocation ceremonies, the university is proud to announce new supports for graduates' career development.
The cover of the special "Entangled Gaze" edition of the ab-Original journal.
OCAD University is pleased to announce the new peer-reviewed journal ab-Original: Journal of Indigenous Studies and First Nations and First Peoples' Cultures is now available. This special issue entitled “The Entangled Gaze: Indigenous and European Views of Each Other”1 co-edited by Dr. McMaster and Dr. Julia Lum (University of Toronto), contains ten essays. The Entangled Gaze shares its title and theme with the 2017 conference that was co-hosted by OCAD University and the Art Gallery of Ontario. The conference convened an international group of scholars and museum professionals from the fields of art history, anthropology, cultural studies and curatorial practice to explore the topic of how Indigenous and European artists have represented each other in historical art and visual culture.
Raquel Da Silva Wall Work
A new living wall wallwork by DRPT student Raquel De Silva has been installed in OCAD University’s Rosalie Sharp Pavilion. This project was commissioned by the Faculty of Art and the Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers (CEAD), and generously supported by Mercedes Benz Financial Services (MBFS) sponsorships.
by Christian Piasentin
by Camilia Teodoro
by Mathieu Larone
by Lily Snowden-Fine
by Amanda Arlotta
Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 6:15am

DISTINGUISHED MERIT

Christian Piasentin “Empty Head"

 

MERIT

Amanda Arlotta “Fame” (SERIES MERIT)

Amanda Arlotta “Beyoncé”

Amanda Arlotta “Lady Gaga”

Camilla Teodoro “Toy Soldiers”

Camilla Teodoro “Sale Day”

Lily Snowden-Fine “Ship in a Bottle”

Lily Snowden-Fine “E.Y. Endicott”

Lily Snowden-Fine “By the Fire”

Mathieu Larone “The Gulp Sessions”

Xulin Wang “Uprooted”

Deloris Chen “Zebra”

Salwa Majoka “Inner Turmoil”

Xinyu Ding

Christian Piasentin

Julia Pereira

Chris Tu

 

HONORABLE MENTION

Nathan Devlin “And So He Lies Awake”

Adam de Souza “Limited Adult Supervision”

Varvara Nedilska “Family Pet”

Varvara Nedilska “Creeper”

Reginald Balanga "Summer of 1976: The Heatwave that Gave Birth to British Punk”

Reginald Balanga "H.H. Holmes & His Murder Castl

Dongzhu Yang "The White Ribbon”

Melanie Yan “Utopia"

Deloris Chen “The Portrait”

Hyunsun Park “Girls Do Everything”

Salwa Majoka “Clichés”

Camille Dumaine

Skylar Dunk

Lixiyue Yan

 

3x3 is the first publication devoted entirely to the art of contemporary illustration, published in the United States and distributed worldwide.

 

Congratulations to everyone!

 

PAUL DALLAS
CHAIR, ILLUSTRATION
 

 

Illustrations by:

Christian Piasentin “Empty Head”; Camilla Teodoro “Sale Day”; Mathieu Larone “The Gulp Sessions”; Lily Snowden-Fine “E.Y. Endicott"