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Dylan Woodley, 22, has been making stop-motion animation videos since he was 12-years-old. (@dylanwoodley via Instagram)

Former image arts student builds a life out of lego

The tiny Lego bricks that coloured most people’s childhoods are designed to make virtually anything. In the case of a former School of Image Arts student, they made his career.                  

Dylan Woodley’s game is stop-motion animation: making seamless movement out of Lego bricks one frame at a time. The 22-year-old has made videos seen by millions of people, including the official Lego remake of Ed Sheeran’s hit song Lego House, as well as his versions of Coldplay’s Viva la Vida and Foster the People’s Houdini.

Aidan Shipley (front) and Grayson Moore (back) are Ryerson image arts alumni and the co-directors of Cardinals, a movie premiering this month at TIFF. (Photo courtesy of Aidan Shipley)

Ryerson alumni bring new feature film to the big screen at TIFF

As the excitement of the Toronto International Film Festival takes over the city, a group of Ryerson Image Arts alumni are getting ready to celebrate the world première of their new movie Cardinals. Cardinals is the directorial debut from film studies students Aidan Shipley and Grayson Moore. The pair previously worked together on Shipley’s fourth-year thesis film, the 2014 short […]

by Angela McLean· · Arts & Life, Film & Television, Theatre
Photography student exhibits a series on African Last Names

Photography student exhibits a series on African Last Names

  Fourth-year photography student Aleia Robinson-Ada showcased her photo series called Untitled Portraits of Black Women at the Girls By Girls gallery held at the Ryerson University School of Image Arts. Robinson-Ada’s photos of relatives and close friends tell a story about the significance and the alteration of African last names during colonial times in the U.S. Girls By Girls […]

by Lara Onayak· · Arts & Life, Photography, students
Burn With Desire and Anti Glamour will show at the Ryerson Image Centre until April 5 (Jessica Murray/Ryersonian Staff)

New exhibits bring glamour to Ryerson Image Centre

Against the colourful walls hang black-and-white photographs of celebrities from decades past. Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Lucille Ball smile in candid shots and posed portraits. These photographs are part of Burn with Desire: Photography and Glamour, a new exhibition that opened on Wednesday at the Ryerson Image Centre. Many of the photographs included in the exhibition are shots from […]

by Elizabeth Glassen· · News, On Campus
Art gallery’s new home proves to be a smart decision

Art gallery’s new home proves to be a smart decision

Ryerson Artspace’s recent move to the Gladstone Hotel has proven to be a smart decision – they have had more programming opportunities and seen an increase in gallery attendance. “It’s definitely more than we’ve had before. It’s a bustling place, so I think just the location and the association with the Gladstone Hotel has really helped amp that up,” says […]

Ryerson Artspace gallery to host print sale, fundraiser

Ryerson Artspace gallery to host print sale, fundraiser

Ryerson Artspace, a student- and faculty-run gallery, will be holding its annual fundraising event, Full Frame, from Nov. 27 to Dec. 14. The print sale and fundraiser will include work produced by image arts students, as well as faculty and alumni who have been successful within the art community. Artists featured in the gallery include Max Dean, an image arts […]

Ryerson’s image arts school holds a sweet 16 launch party for Function magazine

Ryerson’s image arts school holds a sweet 16 launch party for Function magazine

It’s a super sweet sixteen for the image arts school’s annual publication, as Function magazine held its official launch party last Thursday. Function magazine showcases essays and photos from Ryerson’s film, photography and new media programs. The launch party at Neck of the Woods Nightclub marked the start of the issue, which is published every April. Fourth-year photography student Giordana […]

Gallery: The photographs of Ray Traboulay

Gallery: The photographs of Ray Traboulay

Gallery: Ryerson’s Max Dean wins the Governor General’s Award

Gallery: Ryerson’s Max Dean wins the Governor General’s Award

This week, Max Dean — an Image Arts professor at Ryerson — was one of the eight recipients of this year’s prestigious Governor General’s Awards for Visual and Media Arts. Dean is a multidisciplinary visual artist who lives in Toronto. His work has appeared in the Art Gallery of Ontario and the National Gallery of Canada. In honour of Dean’s […]

Around campus this week: What to do September 23-29

Need a study break? The Ryersonian brings you a roundup of campus events this week. For the politically charged: The second annual Jack Layton lecture will feature speaker, advocate and political icon Ed Broadbent as he discusses the philosophical and historical successes of social democracy. If you’re in the mood for social change, head over to the free lecture after […]

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