The guestbook, navigation, and security of a gallery serve a level of direction for the public to perform in the space. They are conventional features that indicate for example what not to touch, to begin on the right and not the left, and also inspire some sort of concluding and reflective moment. […]
There are three aspects integral to exhibiting artwork: the creation, the exhibition and the reception. The artist creates the piece, in hopes of exhibiting it to an audience. Without an audience to experience the work, it does not fulfill its full potential. This is where the Outreach Team comes in. Our intention is to promote META […]
On Friday, March 18, the 4th year New Media final showcase took place in the School of Image Arts building and the Rogers Communication Centre on Ryerson University campus. After 6 months of hard work, students set up their completed final projects to prepare for their final evaluations. A jury made their rounds from […]
Adidas and White Mountaineering held a fashion show with an installation twist. They incorporated a moving light fixture installation that allowed the models to be lit individually or as a group. This allowed Adidas to push their new fashion line into the ‘light’ of contemporary art. Applications of digital art varies wildly and having this push […]
On March 18, a team of volunteers and META hosted a hackathon for kids at the North York Central Library. Kids ages 8-10 got into groups with a team leader, and “hacked a story” using different softwares. The kids learned about new media, digital art, and technology, to make creative interactive stories using programs such as Pixlr, iMovie and […]
META XVI sat down with Amanda Hollingworth, Emmy winner VFX compositor, and talked about her career on The Avengers, Twilight, Game of Thrones, portfolio, resume, winning the Emmy for The Borgias, and much more. Watch Tyler and Amanda chat on our Youtube!