OCAD U + PATCH + Tridel Two-Year Street Gallery

 

Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 10:45am

PATCH, in partnership with OCAD University's Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers, and Tridel, one of Canada's leading developers, have partnered to exhibit the work of OCAD U students and alumni in a street gallery hosted on the future site of FORM condominium, (located on McCaul Street between Stephanie Street and Grange Street). A call for artists was circulated in fall 2017 and received overwhelming response. Of the more than 120 applicants, 14 artists and designers were selected by an interdisciplinary committee of OCAD U faculty:

Andre Kan
Amy Shackleton
Ela Opas
Enna Kim
Farihah Shah
Franziska Barczyk 
J.P. King
Kathryn MacNaughton
Maxwell Hyett
Nick Counter
Praise Paul-Umogbai
Ryan Van Der Hout 
Sean Wainsteim
Val Sears

The exhibit layout will be designed by OCAD U Alumnus, Kellen Hatanaka.

You can find more information on this project and a list of participating artists and designers here.

 

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Three images put together, abstract in blues and pinks, a yellow illustration and a hand in a square
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 10:45am

PATCH, in partnership with OCAD University's Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers, and Tridel, one of Canada's leading developers, have partnered to exhibit the work of OCAD U students and alumni in a street gallery hosted on the future site of FORM condominium, (located on McCaul Street between Stephanie Street and Grange Street). A call for artists was circulated in fall 2017 and received overwhelming response. Of the more than 120 applicants, 14 artists and designers were selected by an interdisciplinary committee of OCAD U faculty:

Andre Kan
Amy Shackleton
Ela Opas
Enna Kim
Farihah Shah
Franziska Barczyk 
J.P. King
Kathryn MacNaughton
Maxwell Hyett
Nick Counter
Praise Paul-Umogbai
Ryan Van Der Hout 
Sean Wainsteim
Val Sears

The exhibit layout will be designed by OCAD U Alumnus, Kellen Hatanaka.

You can find more information on this project and a list of participating artists and designers here.