Screening: Ginger Snaps written by Karen Walton | Feb 27 Feb24

Screening: Ginger Sn...

  The ground-breaking indie horror film written by our guest artist Karen Walton (Exec Producer, Orphan Black). Screening Monday Feb 27 at 4pm in IMA 304. Will be great to see it prior to Karen Walton’s lecture Thursday at 7pm in Room 307!...

CAPIC’s Rodeo 9 Cont...

  CAPIC is pleased to announce it’s 9th annual contest for student member photographers and illustrators. This contest is an opportunity to expose the wealth of unique talent within CAPIC student membership across Canada. The contest will be judged by six professionals from the Canadian...

@Busabout is recruit...

  Busabout is looking for two travel addicts to send on the trip of a lifetime! We’re offering you the opportunity to experience Europe to its fullest, no catch! You’ll be working as a team to produce regular travel-themed vlogs, as well as documenting your trip on our social networks and...

L’Oreal Dermab...

2 day Special Dermablend Makeover Event – photography opportunity for L’Oréal Canada Photography student needed for a Dermablend 2 day Makeover Event that will be hosted at Toronto Eaton Centre just inside the Shoppers Drug Mart – March 9 and 10 (12pm to 6pm both days). Any...

@ConvergeToronto Lecture Series presents: Daniel Alexander | Mar 1 Feb21

@ConvergeToronto Lec...

  Converge invites you to an artist talk by Daniel Alexander, Wednesday March 1st, 6:30pm-7:30pm in IMA 307 at Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts, 122 Bond Street, Free Admission! Daniel Alexander is a London based photographer and academic. His research led practice uses...

Visiting Artist talk...

  The School of Image Arts Visiting Artist program presents: Artist talk by Screen and Television writer KAREN WALTON   Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 7pm IMA 307 | 122 Bond Street, Toronto   Karen Walton is an award-winning screenwriter and creative producer whose credits span an...

@BulgerGallery Opening | Geoffrey James : Canadian Photographs | Feb 24 Feb12

@BulgerGallery Openi...

GEOFFREY JAMES Canadian Photographs Exhibition Dates: February 25 – March 25 Exhibition Preview: Friday, February 24, 5-9pm The Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present “Canadian Photographs”, our first solo exhibition of work by Geoffrey James, one of Canada’s pre-eminent...

Hot Docs 2017 | Fest...

My name is Ildiko Hunter and I am the Volunteer Coordinator for Hot Docs. I’m reaching out today to let you know that during the next couple of months Hot Docs will be posting contract paid positions for the festival. Should you be interested, check out the positions we offer...

Osgoode Hall Legal a...

Osgoode Hall Legal and Literary Society is looking for an event photographer for our 2nd year informal formal. The event takes place on March 3rd, 2017 at the RAQ (Bathurst & Queen) from 10pm – 1am. We can offer $50.00 as well as 3 free refreshments. If interested please contact...

Film Student/Videographer Wanted for Family Documentary Film Production Feb07

Film Student/Videogr...

Seeking a film studies student or group of students who are interested in filming and producing a legacy video of a European family with a beautiful and powerful history for their children’s memory keepsakes. This will be a documentary unveiling the history of immigrant parents, their...

Toronto Korean Film Festival 2017 – Call for short film submissions | March 1 Jan24

Toronto Korean Film ...

CALL FOR ENTRY TORONTO KOREAN FILM FESTIVAL 2017 TKFF 2017 Korean Shorts SUBMISSION ANNOUNCEMENT The Toronto Korean Film Festival is now calling for submissions from filmmakers! The Toronto Korean Film Festival is a cultural organization that aims to present authentic Korean cinema to the...

Submit video for His...

  Dear Image Arts Department,   Historical Canada has launched a new video contest called Here’s My Canada, which asks Canadians to share what Canada means to them in a 30-second video. Videos can take the form of a music video, animation, short documentary, personal narration – the...

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