Visual Arts & Design

The new Star Wars Battlefront 2 game was available in stores worldwide last Friday. (Photo by Isabella Perrone)

Pay-to-win takes a bite out of wallets

The relationship between millennials and video games is a long one, but it’s been shaky in recent years. Climbing prices, incomplete games, and now, Electronic Art’s (EA) latest blunder, has left players feeling peeved and ripped off.

The Orah 4i VR Camera was set up on the stage at the Machina Unplugged concert on Oct. 20 at The Cavern Bar. (Photo by Heather Stewart)

RTA students want concert-goers to relive shows with Machina

A group of Ryerson RTA students is trying to get audiences to put down their phones during concerts by filming it with a 360 degree camera.

Machina is a fourth-year practicum project that is creating a new, immersive way to relive concerts by using virtual reality technology to show concert footage on their online app.

Vantage Arts Festival

Vantage Arts Festival

In a showcase of Ryerson student artists, the Vantage Arts Festival brought together a variety of work with a focus on the interactive. The festival was a collaboration between the RSU and 10 Dundas East. The event, which took place on Thursday, featured art exhibits ranging from photography, documentary film and painting, to meditation, graffiti and live music. Audience involvement […]

Combatting body shaming through art

Combatting body shaming through art

Justine Latour’s “Au Natural” explores society’s stereotypes towards the human body and the importance of eliminating stigma through the use of art.

Graduate Justine Latour and friend Eric Watters. (Courtesy Diana Whistance-Smith)

Why going “Au Natural” needs to be less taboo

Graduate Justine Latour’s collection is being showcased at Ryerson Artspace in the Gladstone Hotel from March 9 to April 2.

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