Have you ever wondered who creates the art in the stairwells? Currently, most of the art has been created by our very own talented student staff. The stairwell art initiative was developed to spread positive messages, and fill an otherwise blank space with something colourful and lively.
Want to have your art featured at the SLC? This is your chance to make your mark!
The SLC is calling all Ryerson artists (students, staff, faculty, and alumni) to submit your work. The design theme is DIVERSITY, and whether through text or art, we want to see what you have to say!
Winners will be invited to come in and recreate their submission with chalk in our stairwells.
To submit your work, and get all details, fill out this form before March 8th, 2019 at 5:00 PM EST.
IMPORTANT: Please read the first two pages of the form before getting started on your design. These pages include all information regarding:
COMPETITION & SUBMISSION PROCESS
SUBMISSION CRITERIA AND DETAILS
JUDGING CRITERIA & JUDGING
INTELLECTUAL PROPRIETARY RIGHTS & LIABILITY
If you are interested in learning more about our current art, check out this article in Ryerson Folio.
The School of Performance, located at 345 Yonge Street will be hosting their annual Parodos Festival from June 14 to June 17. Check out the exciting and diverse work of dance, music, theatre, and spoken word of emerging and established artists side-by-side.
The SLC welcomes you to watch Ryerson’s Spring 2018 Convocation ceremonies! Join us in congratulating our graduands by watching them live on the big screen in the SLC Amphitheatre between June 6th and June 13th.
Written by student blogger Danielle Howson
Graphics by student graphic designer Zoe Arseneau
The Student Learning Centre is all about providing various study spaces to help every type of student excel. Setting us up for success, there’s a space for every student and every need. Although no two students are alike, we do share some study styles. Here’s a list of the types of studiers we typically see at the SLC:
Ryerson University and the SLC will be joining millions around the globe to shine a light on climate change action by participating in Earth Hour. We will celebrate our collective commitment to our planet by switching off the lights from 8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. on Saturday March 24, 2018.
Humans of the SLC aims to showcase users’ experiences within the building and reflect on what exactly makes a place feel like home. This is a project created by students for students. This is your story and your SLC
Monica & Nadia Buffa, Business Management Students:
“We live about an hour commute from here. On days that I have just one class, I spend the rest of the day studying here while I wait for her. I actually find that I study more easily here than I do at home. It’s just good to have a fun and motivating environment around you, whether you’re studying or you’re with friends.” -MonicaContinue reading “Humans of the SLC – Pt. 3”
The 2018 Winter Olympic Games are almost here, and that means coming together to cheer on Team Canada! This year’s Olympics will be held in Pyeongchang County, South Korea.
Join us at the SLC throughout February 8th – 25th, as the events will be broadcasted in the Amphitheatre space.
During this time, a portion of the Amphitheatre space can still be booked for Tabling activities. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com or stop by the Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) Team’s Headquarters in LIB272B.
Go Canada Go!
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