Francisco-Fernando Granados doing an interview, with a red wall in the background.

The refugee experience through art

By Lauren Malyk, Alexandria Pankratz and Michal Stolarczyk — Alexandria Pankratz spoke with Francisco-Fernando Granados, a performance artist taking part in Nuit Blanche 2015. Granados exhibit “refugees run the sea…” plays off of a popular line “refugees run the seas because we own our own boats” from Shakira’s song Hips Don’t Lie. His work changed the… Continue Reading The refugee experience through art

A ram head, that's yellow, blue, grey and white in colour. There is an ice rink in the background.

Rise of the Rams

This is a documentary produced by final year students, for the TV Documentary course. Reporter: Ryan McKennaExec Producer: Rebecka CalderwoodCamera: Alexis AllisonResearcher: Samantha SobolewskiEditor :Armen Bedakian This video features the songs used under the Creative Commons licesne agreement:Fight the Sea by Josh Woodward – http://www.joshwoodward.com/song/FighttheSeaEnders by Blue Dot Sessions – http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Blue_Dot_Sessions/Macrame/Enders

A close up photo of three decorative eggs, which are mainly black in colour with red patterns.

Eggs into art: How to bring an ancient tradition to your Easter table

By Jenna Yun, Abby Chan, Shane Perusse, and Thomas Voiadzis — Easter is just around the corner. If you have grown out of hiding chocolate and colouring eggs, there is a Ukrainian style of decoration that adds a cultural twist to this spring time tradition. Jenna Yun has more. Jenna Yun, Abby Chan, Shane Perusse, and… Continue Reading Eggs into art: How to bring an ancient tradition to your Easter table