Post Tagged with: "Image Arts Centre"

Ryerson University has made a joint application with Sheridan to the province to open a satellite campus in Brampton, Ont.   (Ryersonian file photo)

A look at changes to Rye campus, past and present

The City of Toronto has approved the next phase of the Ryerson Public Realm Plan, including major changes to Gould Street. Kristyn Wong-Tam, Ward 27 city councillor, announced the plan’s approval and a $2-million investment on Oct. 5. Ryerson’s Public Realm Plan  focuses on creating green spaces and street art and public furniture to make Ryerson a “people-first” urban environment. […]

by David Greenberg· · News
Q-and-A: Ryerson grad, Stephanie Noritz

Q-and-A: Ryerson grad, Stephanie Noritz

How a fine arts student turned into a successful photographer.

(Couresty: Maggie Chan)

Rye grads fight #homelessness

In the Air, Tonight, a program to raise awareness about homelessness, has fallen short of its first ever fundraising goal of $1,000. Throughout the month of February, the Image Arts Centre was aglow with multicolored lights at night. In the Air, Tonight was a program created by two Ryerson grads, David Colangelo and Patricio Davilla. Through the program, the lights […]

by Jessica Albotra· · News
LIVE Blog: Hacking the Culture: speakers’ series on media activism and social justice

LIVE Blog: Hacking the Culture: speakers’ series on media activism and social justice

In the wake of police crackdowns on civil liberties across the globe, the role of police and state in societies is being critically observed. Ryerson’s Studio for Media Activism and Critical Thought, a new research and creation hub for students, faculty and community, housed in the RTA School of Media, launches their first event today. It presents a forum featuring […]

by Amal Ahmed· · Live Blog, News, Top stories
Interview with Gaelle Morel: Burn With Desire

Interview with Gaelle Morel: Burn With Desire

(Jessica Murray/The Ryersonian)

by Jessica Murray· · Videos
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 […]

Dispatch: War Photographs in Print, 1854-2008.
(Zachary Dodds/Ryersonian)

150 years of war photography at the Ryerson Image Centre

Video by Tristan Simpson and Zachary Dodds The Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) unveiled three new exhibitions to commemorate the centennial of the First World War on Tuesday. DISPATCH: War Photographs in Print, 1854-2008 The major exhibit, DISPATCH: War Photographs in Print, 1854-2008, marks the role of recording and representation technologies used during wartime. It traces war photography’s evolution over the […]

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