Toronto hip hop and R&B artist got the chance to perform at the Utopia Music Festival, at the Mod Club Theatre.
The film “Love Stinks” is a thesis film by two fourth-year film students aiming to address the taboo topics of girlhood.
Two Ryerson media production students created a multimedia storytelling platform which aims to raise awareness of poverty in Toronto and York Region.
Ryerson student and musician Mike Zbikowsky founded the social enterprise Cerebral Arts, a creative platform aiming to educate the public about social issues and mental health.
Welcome to the Eyeopener’s online series which celebrates the short stories, poems and other literary works from the RU Creative Writing Club. New pieces will be published weekly.
For some students at Ryerson, art helps to cope with mental illness.
From Jan. 21 to the 24, Ryerson Artspace featured an interactive student-made exhibit at the Gladstone Hotel as part of an annual design event.
The Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) starts off the new year by showcasing five exhibitions of contemporary filmography and photography done by women.