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Richard Rhodes (1973) co-curated show 'Get Noticed' at Red Head Gallery.

Gord Peteran (AOCA, 1979) has works in show 'Get Noticed' at Red Head Gallery.


Louise Noguchi (AOCA, 1981) opens solo show 'The Searchers' at Birch Contemporary.

Rirkrit Tiravanija (AOCA, 1984) part of installation 'DO WE DREAM UNDER THE SAME SKY' at Art Basel Miami Beach.

Susan Murar (AOCAD, 1984) created a sculpted tribute to legendary artist Norval Morrisseau.

Tenesh Webber (AOCA, 1985) is displaying photography work in show 'Members Invitational' at the Equity Gallery in NYC.


Gary Taxali (AOCA, Communication & Design, 1991) is displaying solo show 'Unfamous: The Works of Gary Taxali' at First Canadian Place Gallery.

Kristan Horton (AOCA, Sculpture and Installation, 1996) displaying artwork in show 'If By Dull Rhymes' at Clint Roenisch.


Scott Given (AOCAD, Fine Arts, 2000) featured in Toronto Star for his design 'Hammercane.'

Matthew Evans (AOCAD, Industrial Design, 2002) is speaking at OCAD University on 'artists not making art.'

Stephanie Comilang (BFA, Integrated Media, 2006) is having the Canadian premiere of her film 'Lumapit sa akin, paraiso (Come to me Paradise)' at 8eleven.

Joanna Watson (BFA, Drawing & Painting, 2009) is displaying works with Context Gallery (Atlanta) at Art Basel Miami.


Liam Crockard (BFA, Integrated Media, 2010) is featured in Canadian Art's studio visit series.

Hugh Scott-Douglas (BFA, Sculpture & Installation, 2011) exhibited with Casey Kaplan Gallery (New York) at Art Basel Miami Beach.

Ebony Haynes (MFA, Criticism & Curatorial Practice, 2011) curated show 'Freud's Mouth' at Cooper Cole. Oreka James (BFA, Drawing & Painting, 2016) is among exhibiting artists.

Justin de Lima (BFA, Drawing & Painting, 2014) is exhibiting solo show 'First Gentrification' at the Gladstone Hotel's Art Hut.

Talia Peckel (BFA, Drawing & Painting, 2014) awarded Gabriola Arts Council residency.

Yasemin Oncu (MFA, Interdisciplinary Art, Media & Design, 2016) is displaying performative painting exhibition at the OCAD U Student Gallery.

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