Now into her fourth year, photographer and collage artist Emily Cooper is back at Pacific Theatre for another season, with the striking imagery that has become as synonymous with the theatre company as its faith-based theatrical mission. Once again responsible for the images to accompany the company’s season of plays, including its season opener The … Continue reading
The House of Veuve Clicquot is pleased to introduce the Re-Creation Awards- a global design competition that invites student designers all over the world to re-imagine Veuve Clicquot’s venerable ‘Mailbox’ packaging. The Re-Creation Awards launched October 1, 2014 with all submissions being due by November 15, 2014. The inaugural competition, which spans 10 host countries … Continue reading
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Sheridan President Jeff Zabudsky and artist Pierre Poussin Sheridan President Jeff Zabudsky recently unveiled the Sheridan “S” sculpture for Hazel McCallion Campus in Mississauga during a reception for students, staff and faculty. Designed by Sheridan alumni Pierre Poussin, the Sheridan sculpture is resident on each of Sheridan’s campuses in Oakville,…
Tammy Le participated in DementiaHack, a two day hackathon facilitated by HackerNest and the British Consulate-General Toronto and hosted by the Ryerson DMZ. It was a transatlantic hackathon with teams from Toronto and the UK participating to create solutions for dementia patients. Tammy talks about her experience at the event saying: My team named CareUmbrella wanted … Continue reading
View it here: Visual Story of Art Pit by Lia Nardone One of our 2nd year journalism students– Lia Nardone– did an assignment for our online news production class. What a great way of showing a visual approach of a story while engaging the audience.
Jess Riva Cooper professor in Bachelor of Craft & Design’s Ceramic Studio, has been nominated for the RBC Emerging Artist People’s Choice Award. Only five artists were chosen and have the opportunity to win $10,000. The award is decided by public votes that are cast both online and at a related, just-opened exhibition at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum. Online … Continue reading