January 20, 2006
by Canadian Architect
The Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD) presents the work of the class of 2006 at the 91st annual Graduate Exhibition, May 5-7, 2006.
During the first weekend in May, the general public is invited to glimpse the future of visual culture by visiting OCAD, Canada’s largest university for art and design. The class of 2006 will transform the university, including the building that sparked Toronto’s cultural renaissance: Will Alsop’s Sharp Centre for Design, into an extraordinary exhibition of emerging talent.
Visitors will discover many up and coming artists and designers all gathered under one roof. The work covers all areas of art and design: drawing and painting, photography, sculpture/installation, ceramics, printmaking, jewelry, textiles, integrated media, advertising, illustration, graphic design, industrial design and environmental design.
The Graduate Exhibition takes place at OCAD’s main campus at 100 McCaul Street from May 5 to 7 from 11:00am to 6:00pm. Admission is pay what you can.