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