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Cover photo: Esery Mondesir, Katherine, (still image), 2019. Hand-processed 16mm film transferred to HD video (3:31min, looping). Courtesy of the artist. © Esery Mondesir.

OCAD University School for Continuing Studies 
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In Touch
September 29 to December 1, 2022

With works by Continuing Studies Drawing Skills Studio 1 students Val Brubacher, Prasad Dalvi, Milan Kang, Yi Mei, Neil Ornstein, Karan Sidhu and Barry Strasbourg-Thompson. 

The works in this exhibition are inspired by video and text prompts as well as online meetings and discussions led by Instructor Travis Freeman, who is also an Educational Developer in the Faculty and Curriculum Development Centre at OCAD U.  

Sketches of eggs in different states. Whole in grey, whole in black, just the frame of an egg in black, cracked open with half in pink, half in red and a yolk in between. Eggs (2022) by Yi Mei.

Office of Diversity, Equity & Sustainability Initiatives (ODESI) Gallery
100 McCaul Street, Room 316
Step on a crack...
October 6 to December 2, 2022

This exhibition features the multi-media works by queer disability artist and Faculty of Art Assistant Professor Pam Patterson that capture physical and visual (dis)ability perceptions.

Photograph/digital collage of the bottom half of a person kneeling in a thin pool of foamy water.Drawing on water #4 (2022) by Pam Patterson, digital collage using drawing and performance documentation.

Onsite Gallery 
199 Richmond Street West, Ground Floor
Souvenir 
Until December 10, 2022 

Curated by Ryan Rice, Executive Director and Curator, Indigenous Art, Onsite Gallery. 

In Souvenir, Jordan Bennett draws on the richness of Mi’kmaq material culture and design. His interdisciplinary approach integrates customary geometric motifs embellished with porcupine quillwork and basketry souvenir trade commodities, forms that thrived in the nineteenth century.

Geometric motifs, acrylic on birch panel.Heather (2018) by Jordan Bennett, acrylic on birch panel. Photo by Yuula Benivolski.

Darling Foundry 
745 Ottawa Street, Montreal 
Tu m'enveloppes et je te contiens [You envelop me and I contain you] 
September 22 to December 11, 2022 

With works by OCAD U MFA alum Lan Florence Yee.

Working with the theme of memory, 10 artists were invited to revisit the history of the Darling Foundry site by proposing original works created in response to its programming, the objects in its art collection, its architecture or to its transition from its former status as an industrial ruin to that of a contemporary arts venue emblematic of Montreal's cultural scene.

Heritage photo of the Darling Foundry indusrtial building with "Darling Brothers" over the entrance.Image courtesy of Darling Foundry.

Art Gallery of Guelph 
358 Gordon Street, Guelph 
Homecoming 
September 14 to December 21, 2022 

With works by OCAD U MFA alums Justine Woods (who is also an Instructor, Indigenous Visual Culture program at OCAD U) and Laura Grier and BFA graduate Anita Cazzola. Curated by Erin Szikora, Contemporary Art, Design, and New Media Art Histories MFA graduate.

An exhibition that considers the complexity and multiplicity of "home". The artists in the show ask: where do we go when we don’t have home to return to? To many, this location or feeling has become elusive due to increasing social and cultural isolation and the threat of displacement. 

Photograph of yellow-gloved hands filleting a trout on a wooden cutting board.we carry our homeland(s) close to our heart (trout filleting detail) (2021) by Justine Woods.

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery 
231 Queens Quay West
Arctic/Amazon: Networks of Global Indigeneity
October 1 to December 31, 2022 

Co-curated by Dr. Gerald McMaster who retired from OCAD U this fall. He was previously a professor in the Faculty of Arts and Science Professor and the Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Visual Culture & Curatorial Practice.

This exhibition explores the ways Indigenous contemporary artists and collaborators take on issues of climate change, globalized Indigeneity and contact zones in and about the Arctic and the Amazon during a time of crisis.

Bust of a person submerged from the chest down, adorned with foliage on a turquoise background.Untitled (Série elementar- Lama) (2017) by Uýra, photograph printed on fine art paper.

113Research 
113 McCaul Street
Anthropogenic Anxiety 
September 22 to December 31, 2022 

An exhibition led by Faculty of Art Assistant Professor Pam Patterson. 

The exhibition is an outcome of working alongside students, community members, galleries and professional colleagues in a creative investigation. Over 100 people joined to broadly explore visual mediums, personal narratives of the pandemic and the larger emerging anthropogenic era. 

Print of a large arch with a gradient from black to yellow, filled with small, open-ended cylinders, against a dark landscape with blue sky.Reaper (2021) by Sasha Shevchenko, digital print. ​​​​​​

Maison de la culture Janine-Sutto
2550, rue Ontario Est, Montréal
Imaginaires souverains
November 17, 2022 to January 15, 2023

With works by Faculty of Art Assistant Professor Ésery Mondésir.

The collective exhibition Imaginaires souverains brings together in two places, the Maison de la culture Janine-Sutto and the Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, the works of fifteen Quebec and Canadian artists from Haiti, curated by Dominique Fontaine. 

Mondésir's work explores his connection to the Haitian diaspora, based on his own experience of migration. 

Esery Mondesir, Katherine, (still image), 2019. Hand-processed 16mm film transferred to HD video (3:31min, looping). Courtesy of the artist. © Esery MondesirEsery Mondesir, Katherine, (still image), 2019. Hand-processed 16mm film transferred to HD video (3:31min, looping). Courtesy of the artist. © Esery Mondesir

Flying Books 
784 College Street
Marcas 
October 2022 to February 2023 

With works by Program Assistant, International Programs and Collaboration and 2017 Drawing and Painting alum Jasmine Cardenas. Curated by 2012 Criticism & Curatorial Practice alum Sagan MacIsaac (Sagan Editions). 

In this exhibition, Cardenas presents four abstract paintings that use layers of collage, found materials, recycled textiles, pumice stone and sand. Her unique combination of texture and a rich, vibrant palette creates images that evoke natural shapes (leaves, trees, flowers) and landscapes.  

Oil/mixed media on primed paper. Eyes on You by Jasmine Cardenas, oil/mixed media on primed paper.

A Space Gallery
401 Richmond Street West
Practice as Ritual / Ritual as Practice
November 24, 2022 to February 23, 2023 

Curated by Andrea Fatona, founder of the Centre for the Study of Black Canadian Diaspora, Tier II Canada Research Chair in Canadian Black Diasporic Cultural Production and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Art at OCAD U.

Practice as Ritual / Ritual as Practice is a group exhibition featuring the works of 10 Black women artists who participated in the historical 1989 DAWA Collective exhibition, Black Wimmin: When and Where We Enter, the first national exhibition to address the exclusion of Black women artists from the visual landscape of Canada. The exhibition attests to and affirms the artists’ sustained practice of producing art that articulates the heterogeneity of perspectives and forms that constitute Black Canadian women’s art today. The works in the exhibition comprise of paintings, photography, text, installations, video, augmented reality, and sculpture. 

Khadejha McCall, Untitled, Silkscreen on canvas, 2000. Photo credit: Chiedza PasipanodyaKhadejha McCall, Untitled, Silkscreen on canvas, 2000. Photo credit: Chiedza Pasipanodya.

Gardiner Museum
111 Queens Park
Replicas and Reunions: Ancient and Contemporary Ceramics from Ecuador

November 10, 2022 to March 12, 2023

Curated by Faculty of Art Instructor Maya Wilson-Sanchez.

This exhibition features a new body of work by Quito-based artist Pamela Cevallos and five collaborators from the rural coastal town of La Pila: Andrés López, Genaro López, Daniel Mezones, Javier Rivera, and Guillermo Quijije. The installation explores the artisanal and ancestral knowledge of ceramic production in Ecuador and the continuity of a longstanding tradition.

Pamela Cevallos and Guillermo Quijije, Sotheby’s, earthenware, 2022

Sotheby’s (2022) by Pamela Cevallos and Guillermo Quijije, earthenware.

Aga Khan Museum
77 Wynford Drive
Afghanistan, My Love
October 8, 2022 to April 10, 2023

With works by alum Shaheer Zazai (BFA 2011).

Conceptualized in Microsoft Word, Shaheer Zazai’s mesmerizing patterns and designs explore the many layers of his complex cultural identity. A selection of Zazai’s digital works and carpets which are inspired by these designs will showcase the artist’s unique processes and his contemplations around what it means to be an Afghan away from their homeland.

Close-up photo of the pattern on a multicoloured rug textile.Carpet No. 3 (2022) by Sheer Zazai, handwoven wool carpet. Image courtesy of Shaheer Zazai.

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL
Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today
November 19, 2022 to April 23, 2023

With works by OCAD U Associate Professor in the Faculty of Design and Chair, First Year Experience in the Faculty of Art Office, Marton Robinson.

Marton Robinson, La Coronación de La Negrita, 2022. Digital print over backlit paper (variable); 60 parts: 44 × 27 in. (111.76 × 68.58 cm) each.  Photo: Michael David RoseMarton Robinson, La Coronación de La Negrita, 2022. Digital print over backlit paper (variable); 60 parts: 44 × 27 in. (111.76 × 68.58 cm) each. Photo: Michael David Rose. Courtesy of Vogue.

Taking the 1990s as its cultural backdrop, Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today is the first major group exhibition in the United States to envision a new approach to contemporary art in the Caribbean diaspora, foregrounding forms that reveal new modes of thinking about identity and place. It uses the concept of weather and its constantly changing forms as a metaphor to analyze artistic practices connected to the Caribbean, understanding the region as a bellwether for our rapidly shifting times. 

Robinson's large-scale piece is a 60-part digital print considers Blackness and racism within the Caribbean, specifically Costa Rica.

Onsite Gallery 
199 Richmond Street West

Up Front: Inuit Public Art at Onsite Gallery
Ongoing

Curated by Ryan Rice, Executive Director and Curator, Indigenous Art, Onsite Gallery. 

In partnership with the Inuit Art Foundation (IAF), Up Front: Inuit Public Art at Onsite Gallery is a new series of commissioned digital murals by Inuit artists, produced in vinyl for the exterior façade of the gallery.

The current mural is by artist Kyle Natkusiak Aleekuk. Aleekuk’s works are inspired by the bold colours and style of the printmakers of Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, including his grandfather Peter Aliknak Banksland and great aunt Agnes Nanogak Goose. This work will be up until March 2023.

Large mural that includes colourful artwork depicting a person on a skidoo, caribou herds, fishing lines, roses and inuksuk, all set against a sepia-toned background.Northern Flash (2022) by Kyle Natkusiak Aleekuk.

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PROCESS features new works by Reshmi Bisessar, Beverley Freedman, mihyun maria kim, Sara Shoghi, Erin Stripe and Vicky Talwar, that were created as part of an ArtScape residency collaboration with OCAD U in Summer 2022.

The exhibition was held in person from October 7 to 16, 2022 at the OCAD U Grad Gallery, and is now available online. The works are inspired by the idea of process: the way an artist creates an artwork through conception, experimentation, revision, articulation and finalization.

Different sized metal/wire rings mounted on small, translucent platforms, sitting on a black platform, against a yellow and white wall.Hues of Gold (2022) by Reshmi Bisessar.

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Campus Life, your OCAD Student Union, and university support and service units are currently planning O-DAYS! 2022 (orientation), featuring informative online activities and workshops, and a return to in-person socials and engagement.

While designed with the new and first-year undergraduate students in mind, there's something for everyone, whether you are new or returning! Welcome to OCAD University!

New undergraduate students: Stay tuned! Watch your email on August 25 for details about Welcome Day! — and this page for regular updates. Join us for any of these fun, informative event options designed to support your success!
 
Are you a returning, upper-year student (second- , third- or fourth-year) who would like to attend the 2022 Community Fair as part of orientation? You are welcome! But please register here...
 
Are you a Masters student? New graduate students enrolled in Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Master of Design (MDes), and/or Master of Art (MA) programs have a separate in-person orientation planned through Graduate Studies. For more information contact the Graduate Studies office.

For a full listing of activities—and how to sign up to participate—visit www.ocadu.ca/orientation.
Join us for any of these fun, informative event options designed to support your success!

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Presented by Campus Life Welcome Squad in collaboration with OCAD SU and Student Wellness Centre for “Mental Health March”.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to us for some FREE relaxing meditation sessions.
 
Attend one or all!
 
VIRTUAL:

Yoga Nidra* guided by Leeay Aikawa
March 16, 7 to 7:45 p.m. ET

March 28, 12 to 12:45 p.m. ET

Platform: Microsoft Teams

How to prepare: comfortable wear, yoga mat/towel, pillows and cushions, blanket and eye pillow if you have one.
 
RSVP for March 16 online session:
 
RSVP for March 28 online session:
 
*Yoga Nidra: state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, typically induced by a guided meditation.
 
IN-PERSON:

Mindfulness and all-levels yoga asana** with Leeay Aikawa 

March 23, 7 to 7:45 p.m.

April 6
, 7 to 7:45 p.m.

RSVP to receive on-campus location
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Bring your own yoga mat or towel and “yoga wear”.
 
RSVP for in-person sessions:
 
**Asana: general term for a sitting meditation pose, extended in modern yoga as exercise, to any position: reclining, standing, inverted, twisting, and balancing.
 
Alumna and interdisciplinary artist, Leeay Aikawa is certified in Vinyasa and Hatha yoga teaching. She graduated from OCAD U with a Bachelor of Design degree in Illustration in 2009 and completed her MFA in Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art Design & Media in2021. Leeay continues to exhibit her work in both solo and group exhibitions.
 
Image description: student designed panel shows a diverse variety of illustrated students in various mindfulness and meditation poses.
 
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OCAD U strives to provide inclusive, accessible opportunities for the OCAD U community to engage safely. To confidentially request an accommodation for this activity, contact Brent E. James in OCAD U’s Campus Life office (by noon the day before the event) at bjames@ocadu.ca
 
To ensure the safest possible work and learning environment for our community, all participants at Welcome Squad events are required to adhere to OCAD University’s policies and procedures, including COVID-19 health and safety protocols, on-campus and off-campus. For more information visit www.ocadu.ca/returntocampus.
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Looking for student housing options and information?

OCAD U has several housing partners, including co-ops, independent student residences and online housing service providers. Discover more about these options and the search platforms that can help you with your housing search in the Greater Toronto Area.

TUNE IN WITH QUESTIONS!
Scheduled as follows, with live presentations and opportunity to ask questions*!

November 29 at 11 a.m. ET: Canada HomeStay
December 1 at 11 a.m. ET: CampusOne and Parkside Student Residences
December 2 at 11 a.m. ET: Avant Toronto
December 3 at 11 a.m. ET: HOEM on Jarvis

RSVP/register for the above live sessions...

*Subject to change!

PREVIOUSLY RECORDED
Housing information sessions (from June 2021) will also be broadcast on OCAD U LiVE.
The following scheduled sessions will air hourly from 1 to 5 p.m ET!

November 22: places4students.com
Learn how to connect with potential OCAD U roommates!

November 24: UofT Student Housing
Learn about your housing rights and responsibilities.

November 26: Avant Toronto Residence
November 29: Parkside Student Residence
December 1: CampusOne Residence

December 3: Canada HomeShare
A program that matches older adults (55+) with a spare room in their home with students seeking affordable housing.

December 8: Neill-Wycik Student Co-op

December 9: Native Youth Resource Centre
Indigenous youth aged 16-29? Looking for support finding an apartment in Toronto? Join us for an information session with Housing Advocates Sherry Clemens and Natasha Madassa from the Native Youth Resource Centre (NYRC)! Learn about rent supports, tenant rights and more! NYRC provides support and advocacy in the areas of housing, education, recreation, and employment for Indigenous youth.

December 10: Canada HomeStay

To tune in, visit ocadu.ca/live

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OCAD University is proud to recognize student leadership and excellence outside the classroom—acknowledging and celebrating our student leaders—whose outstanding commitment to advocacy, equity, social justice, student life and fellowship, help improve the campus community:

  

Peer Mentor Excellence Awards recognize two undergraduate Peer Mentors who have made outstanding contributions, in support of new and first-year students and helping build community, while adhering to the mandate of the Student Mentor Program.  

 

The Diversity & Equity Excellence Award for Students acknowledges an outstanding student whose advocacy and leadership on campus promote and advance human rights, equity, and social justice. 

 

A Student Group Leader Award is presented annually to a group leader who demonstrates outstanding contributions, commitment and support to their group, its members and the OCAD University community.  

 

The Indigenous Student Leadership Award recognizes an outstanding Indigenous student who has demonstrated exceptional leadership skills by actively participating in and contributing to the Indigenous student community at OCAD U in support of its growth and development.  

 

The Excellence in Student Leadership Award recognizes the contributions of student leaders across the university in a variety of contexts, including representing student perspectives in positions on OCAD U committees, working groups, task forces, governance bodies or through publications, advocacy groups or the Student Union.  

 

The Student Employee Excellence Award acknowledges the considerable contributions made by OCAD U student employees (monitors) towards the operations of the University by recognizing student employee excellence, achievement, leadership, and skills development. 

 

Award recipients and nominees will be invited to a special online awards and recognition presentation in March coordinated by the Campus Life office. 

 

ABOUT STUDENT LEADERSHIP AWARDS
https://www.ocadu.ca/services/campus-life/student-recognition 

 

NOMINATION DEADLINE
Nominations are due by 11:59 p.m., Monday, February 22, 2021.
(nomination forms can be found through the links above). 

 

THANK YOU
Campus Life extends a huge thank you to our generous contributors for supporting Student Leadership Awards 2021:

  • Alumni Relations 
  • Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers 
  • Indigenous Student Centre 
  • K.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation 
  • OCAD Student Union 
  • Office of the President 
  • Office of the Vice-Provost, Students & International 
  • OPSEU 576
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Show and tell is now the virtual reality online, where you can share the campus experience from your own space. We're all in this together. Come hang out with OCAD U Peer Mentor Ruby K. and your fellow students.

Wednesday options: July 22, 29, August 5 or 12 at 1:00 pm
We require your participation to make 2020 a memorable, university experience.

Each week, one random participant will be selected to win a FREE subscription to Broken Pencil Magazine!

Show us who you are. We are here to listen and to share ideas—the sky's the limit:

  • A favourite item
  • An awesome artifact
  • A song
  • A dance
  • A magic trick
  • A family recipe
  • A pet
  • A favourite outfit.
  • Anything that matters to you, matters to us!

How to participate:

1. Log into your OCAD U 365 email via your browser.

2. Follow this link to the Event Registration page (https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/CampusLifeConnect@ocaduniversity.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/s/dhLPoamBr0eovILpXzAA0w2)

3. Choose your preferred date (first date in purple, other dates bold/black: July 22, 29, August 5 or 12). Select the date AND time you want to play, fill in your name and OCAD U 365 email address and submit (you must use OCAD U 365 email address).

You will then find this event in your OCAD U 365 calendar where you will click on the "Join Microsoft Teams Meeting" link to join the game on your chosen date!

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Join the OCAD U Muslim Student Association (MSA) for a conversation with Moeen Centre founder, Qaisar Alam on Instagram Live.

Moeen Centre is a non-profit charitable organization established to promote the independence of young adults with physical and developmental disabilities.

ABOUT OCAD U MSA:
The Muslim Student Association (MSA) is a community within OCAD University that is run by students. The MSA assists and represents Muslim students in several matters, and works with the Administration, and Campus Security to ensure a safe environment for Muslim students on campus, as well as a maintained safe and peaceful space for prayer. The MSA hosts several educational workshops and events to spread knowledge about Islam as well as collaborating with MSAs province-wide. All events are open to Muslim and non-Muslim students, faculty and staff.

MORE ABOUT OCAD U STUDENT GROUPS:
www.ocadu.ca/studentgroups

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The Faculty & Curriculum Development Centre: Indigenous Education Speaker Series invites all OCAD U students, faculty, staff and the broader community to attend a public talk by:

DR. NIIGAAN SINCLAIR Friday, November 22nd, 2019 | 1:30 pm-3:00 pm OCAD U, 100 McCaul St, Room 190 

All are welcome

RECONCILIATION

Dr. Sinclair will be speaking about Anishnaabeg art and literature, bridging understandings towards reconciliation.

“Reconciliation is about the hard work of sharing. It's about resources, time, space and land. This means commitment to change, in all its complicatedness.” Niigaan Sinclair, Winnipeg Free Press, 08/17/2018

Dr. Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair is Anishinaabe from St. Peter's/Little Peguis, Manitoba. Currently on sabbatical as an Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba, his work spans national and international print and publications. In 2018, he joined the Winnipeg Free Press as a columnist and in May 2019, Niigaan was named Canada’s Best Columnist, winning also a distinguished National Newspaper Award. He is also a recovering high school teacher.

Dr. Sinclair’s talk will be followed by a question and answer period.

All are welcome!  

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fcdc@ocadu.ca
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First generation* students from all OCAD U undergrad programs are invited to submit work for an upcoming student publication.

The theme is Educational Worth. The issue of continuing and education has generated conversations about the stress of life-school balance and the uncertainty of future.

Looking for works on personal experience, opinions and thoughts on education. Works submitted can be any medium, including writing. Participants may also contribute through answering a short questionnaire.

If interested, email ocadpub.submissions@gmail.com

Deadline: Friday, November 1, 2019

*You are first generation if your parents/family did not attend a college or university--you are the first.

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Join us for a fun hands-on plant propagation workshop, Tuesday Oct 22 from 2:00 – 4:30 pm.

Learn basic propagation techniques such as cuttings, root division and layering. Plant propagation is a great skill to have; it saves you money and it's a great way to share plants with friends and family.

All the materials will be provided. Participants which will take home a plant which they propagated during the workshop. Open to all OCAD U students, faculty and staff.

grOCAD is a group of students, faculty and staff who are working together to integrate plant life into our everyday experience by cultivating areas in and around OCAD U’s campus. grOCAD’s aim is to increase healthy food accessibility, encourage discourse about how plants improve quality of life and heighten awareness to urban agricultural practices.

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