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Ryerson Image Centre: Photographs of Canada from The New York Times Photo Archive

Ryerson Image Centre: Photographs of Canada from The New York Times Photo Archive

                 

by Joti Grewal· · Arts & Life, Photography
Ryerson Image Centre explores climate change through art

Ryerson Image Centre explores climate change through art

If you’ve ever wondered what climate change looks, feels and sounds like, then step into the Ryerson Image Centre’s (RIC) exhibit, The Edge of the Earth: Climate Change in Photography and Video. You might feel it through the urgent singing of activists, or through the creaking of oil rigs, and see it in the form of smoke fumes emerging from […]

Collections Curator at Ryerson Image Centre, Aug 2016.

Meet the new collections curator at Ryerson Image Centre

Ryerson Image Centre’s (RIC) new collections curator and research centre manager started her first day on Sept. 12.   Denise Birkhofer drove from Oberlin, Ohio to Toronto on Friday. This marks a big move for Birkhofer, as she goes from overseeing collections of post-1900 artworks at the Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College, to now managing the RIC’s reputable […]

Living with diabetes in Moose Factory

Living with diabetes in Moose Factory

By Mackenzie Patterson The photo documentary project was brought to the Ryerson Image Centre this past week and will be showcased until April 10. Manson, a Toronto-based documentary photographer and Ryerson instructor, spent several months in the Moose Factory community, documenting the lives of the people with Type 2 diabetes (which is a result of insulin resistance) who live there. While […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, Photography
Archival Dialogues: Reading the Black Star Collection (installation view), 2012 © (Eugen Sakhnenko/Ryerson Image Centre)

Ryerson Image Centre talk stresses importance of art curation

A good art curator can expose the hidden meaning behind even the most complicated photo, painting or sculpture. He or she is able to ascertain the unseen significance of a piece of art in ways an average observer would miss completely. That was the focus of Thursday’s Noon Time Collection Talk at Ryerson University. The talk, which was held in […]

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