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Be part of the Ontario College of Art & Design Mystery!

September 14, 2008
by Canadian Architect

The Ontario College of Art & Design is accepting donations of work for the OCAD Whodunit? Mystery Art Sale.

In six short years, the Whodunit? OCAD Mystery Art Sale, the Ontario College of Art & Design’s signature fundraising event, has established itself as one of Toronto’s favourite art events. Whodunit? will take place from November 19 to 22, 2008. The 5″ x 7″ works donated by OCAD students, faculty and alumni, as well as by other artists, designers and creative celebrities who support the university, will be exhibited for three days and then offered for sale on the final day, all at the same price of $75.

Fill out the form below to request an artist package and then create two or more 5″ x 7″ pieces to donate to the sale.

Three-dimensional pieces are welcome! Three-dimensional pieces should have a footprint no more than 5″ deep x 7″ wide x 8″ high (14 cm deep x 19 cm wide x 21 cm high).

You will receive a $75 tax receipt for each piece of your work that is sold. Alternately, we are happy to provide a tax receipt for the full value of your work please see the Submission Guidelines information sheet for further details.

This year, Whodunit? proceeds will fund resources and upgrades for the Dorothy H. Hoover Library and new student Learning Zone at OCAD. Every piece of art sold supports the learning experience of OCAD students.

Submissions can be (but are not limited to) any of the following: Advertising, Industrial Design, Photography, Ceramic, Jewellery & Metalsmithing, Printmaking, Drawing, Metal, Prototypes, Environmental Design, Mockups, Sculpture, Graphic Design, Models & Maquettes, Textile & Fibre, Illustration, Painting, and Wood.

The submission deadline is October 17, 2008. For more information, please visit

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