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New media students collaborate with Micah Scott for exhibit at TIFF

New media students collaborate with Micah Scott for exhibit at TIFF

Fluid light swims up and around a ceiling-high wall, illuminating the atrium with colourful LED lights. This will be the new greeting for visitors entering the TIFF Bell Lightbox’s digiPlaySpace. Over the course of seven weeks, more than 20 New Media students from the RTA School of Media collaborated with Micah Scott, an American artist, to create the entrance to the […]

by Natasha Gan· · Arts & Life
Julia Wice got naked infront of her (Betty Wondimu/ Ryersonian Staff)

New media student gets naked in front of classmates for school project

It can be tricky to make yourself vulnerable and take risks for art when you’re thinking about how your professors will react. Just ask Julia Wice. “I was like, ‘What if I got naked?’ and my friends were like, ‘Yeah, yeah, do it,’” said the third-year new media student. Wice, who was in her second year at the time, had […]

Ryerson new media graduate helps kids to learn code

Ryerson new media graduate helps kids to learn code

As technology continues to affect our everyday lives, a Ryerson new media graduate is working to make sure that children are prepared by teaching the language of code. Kathryn Barrett is the youth program lead for Kids Learning Code, a not-for-profit organization that teaches the process of coding through various workshops. “It’s kind of the same choice as if a […]

Exhibit Review: META 2014

Exhibit Review: META 2014

By Sarah Jones The red carpet was rolled out at The Burroughes on Queen Street West, March 20, for Ryerson’s new media students and their supporters. The opening of META 2014, the year-end exhibit for Ryerson’s new media students, was well attended by a crowd of stylish people who weren’t afraid to interact with the art. Young attendees guided their […]

META 2014 puts art into new media

META 2014 puts art into new media

By Sarah Jones Preparation for META 2014 – the exhibit showcasing work from Ryerson’s fourth-year new media students – began on the first day of the school year and will conclude with the collaborative event on March 20, where serious academia will meet creative art. “It’s for the public, it’s for industry people,” said Chris Danelon, fourth-year new media student […]

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