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Photo by Janine Maral Tascioglu.

Mass Exodus 2018 Street Style

We took to Mass Exodus this year to document the fashionable attendees and discover the latest trends in street style this season. Daniel Liam & Lexson Melissa Edre Chris Greg

by Janine Tascioglu· · Fashion, Photography
Photo by Logan Ross

Ryerson grad debuts her first solo art show, Like a Sister

In her new project, Like a Sister, Alia Youssef photographs women showing what the term sisterhood means to them in their personal lives. The photographs and short videos depict friendships since birth, women bonding over playing sports, making art and going through motherhood, as well as bonds made through activism and interfaith groups. “The whole project started because I wasn’t […]

by Caterina Amaral· · Arts & Life, Photography
Esguerra knew the lights would blur in his lens, which is why he sought
them out as the subject of his photo. Photo by Sherina Harris

A day in the life of a #StreetsofToronto photographer

As soon as Anthony Esguerra walked outside into the cool air, he knew what he wanted to photograph. He bounded down the steps of Ryerson’s Student Learning Centre (SLC) towards the market across the street, and pulled out the Sony a7 II he doesn’t go anywhere without.   He crouched and tilted his camera upwards, making the strap loose around […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Features, Photography
Chang School holds its annual photography exhibition

Chang School holds its annual photography exhibition

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but did you know that your picture could be worth half-a-thousand dollars as well? Ryerson’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education held its annual photography exhibit last week, starting on Tuesday and culminating in a public reception on Friday evening. The exhibit was hosted at the Art Square Gallery, and […]

by Mackenzie Allen· · Arts & Life, Photography
(Photo by Ammi Parmar)

Humans of Ryerson 009

With the hustle and bustle of our downtown campus, it can be easy to get lost. Kerr Hall, Ryerson’s maze, can be the easiest place to get confused.

by Ammi Parmar· · Arts & Life
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