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Outside of the Ryerson School of Interior Design building at 302 Church St. 
Photo by: Hayley Hanks

Curriculum changes approved for School of Interior Design

Incoming interior design students at Ryerson can expect changes to the curriculum in the near future, and many current students agree – it’s time for a change.

Ryerson’s School of Interior Design (RSID) received approval on curriculum changes that were proposed at the senate meeting held last week on Nov. 7.  

by Madison Macneil· · News, On Campus
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.

Michael Zoffranieri adjusts clothing on model. (Photo by Ash Jahromi)

Ryerson meets fashion: the Zoffranieri perspective

Ryerson University’s fashion students will be featuring their designs during this season of Toronto women’s fashion week. With opportunities from Canada Fashion Group (CFG), runway shows, and Toronto men’s and women’s fashion week talks, Toronto is a hub for fashion enthusiasts with the desire to start off their careers in the industry.

Former 2016 Ryerson graduate and ZOFF designer, Michael Zoffranieri, won the Toronto Fashion Incubator (TFI) annual New Labels competition, and received the Suzanne Rogers Award for Most Promising New Label of 2017.

by Christiane Beya· · Arts & Life, Fashion
The design of Ryerson’s newest building revealed

The design of Ryerson’s newest building revealed

Ryerson students know it as the old theatre school building, historians know it as the first Canadian school of pharmacy, but soon 44 Gerrard Street East will soon be known as Ryerson’s Centre for Urban Innovation. The centre’s design was revealed on Feb. 7, highlighting the modern adaptations that will be made to the historic building. The heritage site housed […]

by Emma Kimmerly· · News, On Campus
The team behind Gimme360 in their office at Ryerson's Fashion Zone (LR Alex De Jäger (Courtesy of Danielle Lee)

Ryerson startup combines virtual reality, fashion and charity

A startup from Ryerson’s Fashion Zone is combining fashion and technology to start a social movement and is using Kickstarter to do it. Gimme360 is a clothing company that donates proceeds from every garment sold to provide water for developing countries. The amount of proceeds donated depend on the project they’re working on due to the amount of equipment needed […]

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