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Photographer made his name shooting murders, car crashes and tenement fires

Photographer made his name shooting murders, car crashes and tenement fires

The Ryersonian talks with curator Gaëlle Morel about iconic NYC tabloid photographer Weegee, whose work is now on display at the RIC

by Steven Goetz· · Arts & Life, Visual Arts & Design
Photographer Unknown, Harry Colebourn feeding Winnie, Salisbury Plain, England, 1914, gelatin silver print. From The Colebourn Family Archive.  (Ryerson Image Centre)

‘Willy, nilly, silly old bear’ is coming to image centre

Winnie the Pooh, the loveable, yellow bear in a red shirt, is coming to the Ryerson Image Centre. The month-long exhibit, Remembering the Real Winnie, will open Nov. 5. It showcases the origin of one of literature’s favourite characters. The idea for the character originates from a real Canadian bear that was the mascot of the Canadian war brigade during the […]

7,000 beach balls are printed to resemble globes in the Walk Among Worlds installation at Nuit Blanche 2014. (Courtesy

Nuit Blanche Preview

Ryerson students can explore Toronto as the ninth annual Scotiabank Nuit Blanche lights up the city on Saturday. Students and graduates will be showcasing their installations for Toronto’s once-a-year contemporary art festival. From sunset — 6:53 p.m. — to sunrise, the free event will showcase displays from cultural galleries and artists in an attempt to make contemporary art accessible to […]

Exhibit review: The 7,024th Patient

Exhibit review: The 7,024th Patient

Art should provoke thought and emotion within its viewer. Ryerson School of Nursing professor Jennifer Lapum decided that her research study should have the same impact. The 7,024th Patient, a new exhibit at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, launched on Tuesday and is an “arts-informed, narrative study” that explores a patients’ experiences following open-heart surgery. Sixteen individuals participated in Lapum’s […]

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