Stan Krzyzanowski

Stan Krzyzanowski continues to develop a Toronto-based art practice that includes sculpture, photography, web archives, video and electronics. Stan has been an instructor at OCAD since 1982 and teaches in the Faculty of Art.

Simon Glass

Simon Glass is a visual artist living and working in Toronto. He trained as a photographer and visual artist at the Ontario College of Art and graduated in 1983. He completed an M.A. in Media and Communications at the European Graduate School, Saas Fee, Switzerland in 2005. His work combines photographic imagery, both archival and original, and found objects with biblical, liturgical and mystical Hebrew. It has been exhibited widely in group and solo exhibitions throughout Canada and internationally. He also translates biblical Hebrew into English.

Wendy Cain

Wendy Cain has taught at OCAD since 1978, teaching printmaking and papermaking. She has maintained an active practice in both these disciplines.

Sylvia Whitton

Sylvia Whitton has been a practicing artist since graduating from OCA, Fine Arts, 1979. Her years as a professional scenic artist for the Canadian Opera Company contributed to her extensive knowledge of mixed media applications, and led to other professional activities including private and public mural commissions.

She was Chair of First-Year Studies for the Faculty of Art, 2008-2013 and she has been a member of the Ontario College of Art & Design faculty since 1986, teaching Colour, Drawing, Painting, Alternative Media, and Figuration

Suzanne Stein

Suzanne is a Foresight Analyst, Mentor, and Educator.

She comes to OCAD from SMARTlab in the UK where she was Deputy Director and Principal Research Fellow in Technology Futures. She also works with the CFC Media Lab where she holds a Faculty post.  She was formerly a member of Nokia’s Insight & Foresight group, which studied emerging trends and identified new business opportunities created by disruptive technological and market developments. 

Stuart Werle

In 1974 I formed Werle Design Associates, which specializes in Consumer Packaged–Goods, Structural Package Design, Branding - Retail & Corporate and Brand'strategy. I am the President–and

Creative Director.


A visual artist who has studied at the Ontario College of Art and at the University of Toronto (1976-79), Shirley Yanover's work focuses on issues of identity and representation within our constructed environment. She is represented by the Cold City Gallery in Toronto and has exhibited her work internationally. In collaboration with David Hlynsky, Shirley's work was commissioned for public display and can be seen on the Spadina LRT Colonnade and in Kensington Market. She has been teaching at OCAD since 1990.

Ryan Whyte

Dr. Whyte's research reveals legacies of eighteenth-century art and culture that are commonplace in and relevant to the early twenty-first century. He is currently writing a book on the role of printed matter in the Salon du Louvre exhibitions of the Ancien Régime. His other recent work addresses fashion, gastronomy, and cross-cultural exchange in eighteenth-century print culture.