Visual art student Jose Miranda was commissioned by Ram Iron & Metal Inc. to design and create custom railings for the entrance of the company's Toronto head office.
Visual Art & Art History News
Artists, designers, scholars and industry reps discuss the role of urban screens, interactive media façades and large-scale public art installations to spark civic engagement and reanimate public space.
Winters College, the university community affiliated with AMPD, honours exceptional student leaders for their contributions to the student experience.
"Ahqahizu", a monumental granite sculpture created by Inuit carvers Ruben Komangapik and Koomuatuk (Kuzy) Curley, is unveiled at York.
Canadian sculptor Maskull Lasserre works with visual art students during his two-week artist residency, running in conjunction with the Intensive Sculpture Workshop,
Eminent guest speakers address the importance of slower forms of perceptual experience in visual and media culture in public talks co-hosted by the AGO and TIFF.
The Department of Visual Art & Art History’s spectacular open house, Sonder, transformed the entire Joan & Martin Goldfarb Centre for Fine Arts into one giant art party on March 9.
Matthew Ritchie creates installations and collaborative artworks with composers, architects and physicists that explore ideas about chance, myth, games, and the beginning of time. The New York City-based artist presents “The Temptation of the Diagram”, a free public talk about his ideas and work.