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About the guest speaker:

Auriea Harvey is a 3D artist producing simulations and sculptures that bridge physical and digital space. Harvey is half of the artist duo Entropy8Zuper!/Tale of Tales/Song of Songs, known for their pioneering works in Internet art, video games, and XR. Her videogames and VR works have had international success, including exhibitions at the Tinguely Museum, Basel; the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; the New Museum, New York; Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York; and ZKM, Karlsruhe. Harvey is the recipient of a Creative Capital grant and a winner of the Independent Games Festival Nuovo Award. She is represented by bitforms gallery, NYC. 

About the series: 

“Digital Futures Conversations” is an event series, each event consisting of a 30-minute talk by a featured guest followed by a 30-minute conversation facilitated by a Digital Futures faculty member. Digital Futures is a set of undergraduate and graduate programs at OCAD University in Toronto that focus on creative and critical approaches to existing and emerging technologies. OCAD University is one of Canada’s largest art and design schools, committed to the principles of decolonization, diversity and equity, and sustainability. 

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https://ocadu.zoom.us/j/86890843429?pwd=eWhKMCsyenpSWDR3Q3d3MWpXN0toQT09
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Free. All welcome!
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jpaglione@ocadu.ca
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Digital Futures Conversations” is an event series, each event consisting of a 30-minute talk by a featured guest followed by a 30-minute conversation facilitated by a Digital Futures faculty member.  We are pleased to host Auriea Harvey for this talk.

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Digital Futures Conversations: Auriea Harvey with Emma Westecott
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OCAD U student group Art in Public Spaces invites you to their speaker series of artists and members of the Toronto public art world who discuss their work, including inspiration, proposals, fabrication, and they will respond to your questions:

Speaker: Hiba Abdullah
Date: Monday, November 2, 2020
Time: 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. EST
Delivery Platform: Microsoft Teams

Hiba Abdallah is an artist and organizer who often works with communities. Her practices borrow from design and social tradition as forms for exploring locality and civic agency in different communities. Abdallah received her BFA from the University of Windsor in 2012 and MFA from the University of Guelph in 2017.

Sign up to participate: follow this link to the event registration page:
https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/CampusLifeConnect@ocaduniversity.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/s/OXG_IIvI4E2j3R0GXICO6Q2

Click on the date AND the time. Fill in your name and OCAD U 365 email address and submit!
The event will appear in your Outlook Calendar with a new link to follow on the date/time of the workshop.

UPCOMING SPEAKERS IN THE SERIES:
November 16: Blue Republic
November 23: Morris Wazney
December 7: Jennifer Marman and Daniel Bornis

ABOUT ART IN PUBLIC SPACES
Art in Public Spaces club is a public art incubator for students and grads at OCAD U, generating a supportive community to critique, advise, and, if desired, collaborate on public art submissions.

For more information about this student group and others, visit www.ocadu.ca/studentgroups

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Microsoft Teams
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Free
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artinpublicspacesocadu@gmail.com
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OCAD U student group Art in Public Spaces invites you to their speaker series of artists and members of the Toronto public art world who discuss their work, including inspiration, proposals, fabrication, and they will respond to your questions.

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OCAD U student group Art in Public Spaces invites you to their speaker series of artists and members of the Toronto public art world who discuss their work, including inspiration, proposals, fabrication, and they will respond to your questions:

Speaker: Charmaine Lurch
Date: Monday, October 19, 2020
Time: 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. EST
Delivery Platform: Microsoft Teams

Charmaine Lurch is an interdisciplinary visual artist whose work draws attention to human-environmental relationalities. Lurch’s paintings and sculptures are conversations on infrastructures and the spaces and places we inhabit. Working with a range of materials and reimagining our surroundings—from bees and taxi cabs to The Tempest and quiet moments of joy, Lurch subtly connects Black life and movement globally.  www.charmainelurch.ca

Sign up to participate: follow this link to the event registration page:
https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/CampusLifeConnect@ocaduniversity.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/s/uGodVnh8mkSXSZfgrDPobA2

Click on the date AND the time. Fill in your name and OCAD U 365 email address and submit!
The event will appear in your Outlook Calendar with a new link to follow on the date/time of the workshop.

UPCOMING SPEAKERS IN THE SERIES
Watch for more details and how to register:
November 2: Hiba Abdullah
November 16: Blue Republic
November 23: Morris Wazney
December 7: Jennifer Marman and Daniel Bornis

ABOUT ART IN PUBLIC SPACES
Art in Public Spaces club is a public art incubator for students and grads at OCAD U, generating a supportive community to critique, advise, and, if desired, collaborate on public art submissions.

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Delivery Platform: Microsoft Teams
Cost
Free
Email
artinpublicspacesocadu@gmail.com
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