The 2021 Graduate class of Inclusive Design at OCAD University has worked hard this summer to create a virtual exhibition communicating their Major Research Projects (MRP). During an unsettling and unpredictable time, the class came together twice a week to explore what the gallery space is, what it has been historically, and what it entails post-pandemic. They heard from wonderful guest speakers working in a range of fields such as medical, accessibility (CNIB and Surrey Place), and curatorial. The guest talks and following discussions allowed the students to advance their own research projects, as well as collaborate and develop a virtual exhibition. Their work will be displayed in Pressbooks, a digital publishing site, beginning August 9th. Here, you will be invited to explore an array of projects, each with a unique inclusive position.
We hope you will join the Inclusive Design class for the opening of the exhibit, hosted on Zoom. Arrive online August 9th at 1pm EST to meet the designers and participate in live co-design sessions.
We strive to host an inclusive, accessible event that enables all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact email@example.com
Inclusive Spectrums: an inclusive digital exhibition featuring the major research projects from OCAD's Graduate class of Inclusive Design