OCAD U student work on display at The Museum of Illustration in New York City

 

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Congratulations to seven OCAD U Illustration students, whose work is on display at The Society of Illustrators’ 2017 Student Scholarship Competition at The Museum of Illustration in New York City:

Andrew Watch "External Goods"

$4000 Nancy Lee Rhodes Roberts Scholarship Award*

KaYoung Lee "The Dog Walkers"

$1500 The Warby Parker Visionary Scholarship*

Varvara Nedilska "The Collector"

$1000 The Nancy Cheadle Scholarship Award*

Sarah Alinia Ziazi "Her Prologue"

$500 The Jonathan LeVine Gallery Blurred Line Scholarship Award*

Kendra Yee "Spam"

$150 In Memory of Ed Benfro*

Marlee Jennings Wanderer"

Wenting Li "Hanging Gardens"

The exhibit features the works of more than two hundred of today’s top college level illustration students.  A jury of professional peers, including illustrators and art directors, have chosen the most outstanding works created throughout the year. Pieces are accepted based on the quality of technique, concept and skill of medium used.

The Society, as well as other generous private and corporate donors, grant scholarships to the top students featured in the competition. The exhibit runs through June 3, 2017 and the students’ work will be published in a full-colour catalogue.

*The Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship 2017 Award Winners

More information here.

 

The Faculty of Design Office will be closed from 2:00 pm on Monday, July 3rd and will open in our new location on 230 Richmond Street, oth floor Wednesday, July 5th at 11:00 am. Unless it is URGENT, please consider us out of comission for the full week.
Dr. Sara Diamond with panel members
This week, President Sara Diamond moderated a panel discussion on gamification at BIO 2017 in San Diego, California --  the world’s largest gathering of the biotechnology industry.
The Walrus Talks: The next 150
Tune in to catch Dr. Gabrielle Moser, adjunct professor in art history in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and School of Interdisciplinary Studies, on The Walrus Talks June 21st at 11pm on CBC Radio One
Onsite Gallery
Onsite Gallery is hiring Student Monitors for the Fall term. Deadline for applications is July 16, 2017.
If you didn’t get to see Dr. Gabrielle Moser’s presentation at last month’s sold-out Walrus Talks, you can listen to her on CBC online!
Richard Revie and Victor Lam
Primo takes top prize at Cassels Brock pitch competition OCAD University’s newest entrepreneurs from the Imagination Catalyst squared off at the Cassels Brock Pitch Competition on June 15, competing for $5000 in start-up funding.  Richard Revie and Victor Lam, founders of Primo, took the top prize, out-pitching their colleagues from OCAD U’s business incubator.  
Graduate students at convocation 2017
94 graduate students were called to the stage and presented with their official degrees
Chaewon Kim with her installation ALL TOGETHER HERE
http://chaewonkimart.comhttp://chaewonkimart.comOCAD University Drawing and Painting grad, Chaewon Kim, winner of Scotiabank’s Dream Office REIT’s competition, celebrated the unveiling of her installation, ALL TOGETHER HERE, displayed in the main lobby of Scotia Plaza.
Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Congratulations to seven OCAD U Illustration students, whose work is on display at The Society of Illustrators’ 2017 Student Scholarship Competition at The Museum of Illustration in New York City:

Andrew Watch "External Goods"

$4000 Nancy Lee Rhodes Roberts Scholarship Award*

KaYoung Lee "The Dog Walkers"

$1500 The Warby Parker Visionary Scholarship*

Varvara Nedilska "The Collector"

$1000 The Nancy Cheadle Scholarship Award*

Sarah Alinia Ziazi "Her Prologue"

$500 The Jonathan LeVine Gallery Blurred Line Scholarship Award*

Kendra Yee "Spam"

$150 In Memory of Ed Benfro*

Marlee Jennings Wanderer"

Wenting Li "Hanging Gardens"

The exhibit features the works of more than two hundred of today’s top college level illustration students.  A jury of professional peers, including illustrators and art directors, have chosen the most outstanding works created throughout the year. Pieces are accepted based on the quality of technique, concept and skill of medium used.

The Society, as well as other generous private and corporate donors, grant scholarships to the top students featured in the competition. The exhibit runs through June 3, 2017 and the students’ work will be published in a full-colour catalogue.

*The Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship 2017 Award Winners

More information here.