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Inclusive Design Summer Intensive Exhibit Opening

Please join the second year Masters of Design in Inclusive Design students as they exhibit works created during their summer intensive course on inclusive art, design, and communication.

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Parting Lines

Parting Lines is a group exhibition showcasing work from the Mould Making Studio courses in Continuing Studies at OCAD University. Curated by Lauren Schaffer and Camille Rauton.

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The Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG)

The Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) are expected to be the largest sporting and cultural gathering of Indigenous Peoples in North America. The Toronto 2017 NAIG will host more than 5,000 participants, 2,000 volunteers and countless spectators for 14 sport categories being held within world-class venues located across the Greater Toronto Area, including the Region of Hamilton and Six Nations of the Grand River.

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Career Chats on July 18th

The Career Services & Co-op Education Department is excited to pilot our first series of Career Chats with Tanya!

Share your common questions, experiences and concerns, learn from each other and to receive encouragement and support in a safe and informal environment with up to 9 of their peers. The chats should help to come up with solutions based on the information and experiences shared. Shared challenges would be reframed as opportunities for growth.

Students will also learn about career services and supports available.

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Life Drawing Session

Interested in drawing a professional model? These open sessions are perfect for people looking for life drawing without instruction.

While this studio time is offered by the OCAD University Alumni Association, you don't have to be students or alumnni to attend — the sessions are open to everyone! Bring a drawing board and materials. $10 cash per session. Please pay the monitor on duty.

Please note that due to room capacity limits these sessions are run on a first-come first-served basis.There are no reserved spots.

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Career Chats with Tanya on July 25th

The Career Services & Co-op Education Department is excited to pilot our first series of Career Chats with Tanya!

Build motivation and confidence through shared solution-focused discussion as you share your common questions, experiences and concerns, learn from each other and to receive encouragement and support in a safe and informal environment with up to 9 of their peers. The chats should help to come up with solutions based on the information and experiences shared. Shared challenges would be reframed as opportunities for growth.

Students will also learn about career services and supports available.

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Career Chats with Tanya on August 1st

The Career Services & Co-op Education Department is excited to pilot our first series of Career Chats with Tanya!

Students often feel anxious about launching their career. This career chat will provide an opportunity for students to share their common questions, experiences and concerns, learn from each other and to receive encouragement and support in a safe and informal environment with up to 9 of their peers.

Students will also learn about career services and supports available.

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Seneca College Open House

Join us at our fall or spring Open House. Visit Seneca in person and get a feel for life on campus. Speak to program representatives to find out what we have to offer. Enjoy a campus tour and check out our facilities. Open House is held at our Newnham, Seneca@York, King, Markham, Jane and Peterborough campuses.

August 2, 2017, November 25, 2017 & April 7, 2018.

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George Brown College Application 101 Information Sessions - August 9

If you are unsure how to apply to college programs and need help with deciding your Post Secondary Education pathway, the College Application 101 Information Session can help you with step-by-step guidance.

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Bonavista Biennale 2017

We are pleased to announce Bonavista Biennale 2017, a contemporary visual art exhibition launching this summer on the Bonavista Peninsula. Curators Catherine Beaudette and Patricia Grattan bring together works by 25 leading Newfoundland and other Canadian artists for Canada’s 150th anniversary. Presented in non-gallery sites (micro-brewery, fishstore, old schoolhouse, seal plant, beach, etc) the Biennale promises a unique encounter with this spectacular area where history and traditional culture combine with art by both newer and established artists: Catherine Blackburn, Marlene Creates, John Hartman, Iris Hauessler, Dil Hildebrand, Ned Pratt, Reinhard Reitzenstein and more.

A project of 2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects, Bonavista Biennale 2017 is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Government of Canada150 Fund, the Newfoundland Arts Council and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Fishers Loft, corporate sponsors, local businesses and individual donors. Bonavista Biennale 2017 has been selected as one of Canadian Art magazine’s “20 Shows We Want to See In 2017.”

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Scholarship

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