Alumni news

60s

Oliver Tiura's (AOCA, 1963) work "Eternal Bronze Meets 3D Printing" is featured at the Canadian Sculpture Centre.

Richard St. John (AOCA, Industrial Design, 1969) speaks at the OCAD University President's Speaker Series on the "8 Traits Successful People Have in Common."

70s

Barbara Astman (AOCA, 1973) appointed Vice-President, Board of Directors, Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art. Astman is also exhibiting in group shows 'Toronto: Tributes + Tributaries' at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), 'Living Building Thinking' at the McMaster Museum of Art in Hamilton, and 'Portraits, self and others (it's complicated' at the McIntosh Gallery in London, Ontario.

80s

Barbara McGivern (AOCA, Experimental Arts, 1988) opened show at Station Gallery in Brantford, Ontario.

90s

David Kitler (AOCA, Illustration, 1992) featured on cover of Arabella Magazine's Summer Harvest (2016) issue.

00s

Jennifer Marman (AOCA, 2001) and Daniel Borins (AOCA, 2001) opened "Go With the Flow" at MKG127 Gallery in Toronto.

LE Gallery renamed Wil Kucey Gallery after OCAD alumni and owner/director Wil Kucey (AOCA, Criticism and Curatorial Practice, 2004).

Kate Jackson (BDES, Material Art and Design, 2006) is featured in Canadian Art Magazine about her show at Stride Gallery in Calgary.

Miles Collyer's (BFA, Photography, 2006) solo show "Rumble" opens at Paul Petro Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto.

10s

Liam Crockard (BFA, 2010) was featured in The Toronto Star, focusing on his experience creating the independent DIY art show room The Loon.

Cody Smith (BFA, Drawing and Painting, 2010) opens show "I Have a Vision in My Mind of a Life I've Left Behind" with brother and current OCAD student Connor Smith at Untitled Art Space in Vancouver.

Philippe Blanchard (MFA, Interdisciplinary Art, Media and Design, 2010) displays work in group show "Mondes Bricolès" at the Art Gallery of Guelph.

Ryan Ferko (MFA, Interdisciplinary Art, Media and Design, 2014) displays work in group show "Like an Old Friend" at Gallery 44 in Toronto.

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