Arts & Life

Photo courtesy of Jill Raison

Ryerson interior design students host exhibit at Mackenzie House

How can a historic building be reimagined, still have its past left intact and attract a 21st century audience? Fourth-year Ryerson University school of interior design students set out to accomplish just that as part of a class project, by putting a modern twist on Toronto’s Mackenzie House. William Lyon Mackenzie, Mackenzie House’s namesake, was the first mayor of Toronto […]

by Serena Kwok· · Arts & Life
Issue 5 – Campus Street Style

Issue 5 – Campus Street Style

This week, Ryerson students made neutral tones the focus and brought out relaxed silhouettes in a spin in street style. From a Blair Waldorf-inspired tweed blouse to an oversized grey jacket, it looks like students are bringing out a range of styles, from monochromatic chic to hypebeast fashion. Aya Baradie Baradie channeled her inner Blair Waldorf in a tweed collared […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, Fashion, On Campus
Still from This Film is Not, dir. Kirby Dick

The five best documentaries you’ve never heard of

Toronto’s very own Hot Docs Film Festival is on the horizon. In preparation of the event kicking off next month, Hot Docs has announced the entrants in its Special Presentations category: a showcase of high-profile, award-winning and star-studded documentary selections. In honour of these films, here are a few more incredible documentaries you might not have heard of. 5. Street […]

Photo credits: photography via Instagram /@ifwtoronto by Ratul Debnath

Toronto is hosting its first Indigenous Fashion Week

Toronto is getting its first ever Indigenous Fashion Week and it’s been a long time coming. The fashion industry is embracing the final frontier of inclusivity with the launch of a show that highlights “distinct and progressive Indigenous artists working in fashion, textiles and craft.” It will be taking place at the Harbourfront Centre from May 31 to June 3, […]

by Maha Syeda· · Arts & Life, Fashion
Chang School holds its annual photography exhibition

Chang School holds its annual photography exhibition

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but did you know that your picture could be worth half-a-thousand dollars as well? Ryerson’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education held its annual photography exhibit last week, starting on Tuesday and culminating in a public reception on Friday evening. The exhibit was hosted at the Art Square Gallery, and […]

by Mackenzie Allen· · Arts & Life, Photography
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