Hello All! Thanks for joining us again for Season 3 of the OCADU Illustration Podcast.
We are kicking this season off with a fun one. We visited the Career Launcher Studio at 401 Richmond to catch up with Kyle Stewart, Meg Dearlove, Keight Maclean, and Jean Demers and the end of their year-long tenure at the free-of-charge space that they were awarded for their excellent work at OCADU’s Grad Ex 101 in 2016.
We talked about the unique situation that the CEAD program has set up for our graduates and.. other things, too. Just listen and you’ll hear all about it.
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Kyle’s work can be seen here, Meg’s is over here, Keight’s is all over here, and Jean’s is all up in here.
Thanks again for listening and feel free to get in touch with us on our facebook page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Again! We are back with Episode 4 of the the 2nd season of our podcast.
For this episode, we had a delightful chat with Kathryn Adams. Kathryn is an amazing artist, illustrator, designer, calligrapher(!!) and Instructor at both Sheridan and OCADU where she teaches aspiring young illustrators how not to be taken advantage of in the wilds of the design world.
She’s also hilarious. Don’t take my word for it though!
Listen to the thing here
Kathryn’s work can be found riiiiight here
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Hope you enjoy!
Howdy Folks! Sorry for the delay in this latest episode, but things always get a bit hectic around the New Year. We are back with a great interview for you!
Associate Professor Terry Shoffner has been teaching drawing and painting in Illustration at OCADU for more than 35 years, which has given him a unique and amazing insight into the way our community and industry has grown and shifted. He an immensely talented artist, who can do things with watercolors that are simply astonishing.
We joined Terry at his insanely affordable studio in a top secret location to talk all about stuff. So don’t read about it. Go listen to us talk about stuff!
Listen to the ‘sode here
Terry’s site is… here
Our facebook page is here
Thanks for listening!
Hello once again! We are back with a new episode, this time with Toronto legend Fiona Smyth. We had a super fun talk with Fiona at her soon-to-be-no-more Mirvish Village studio about a pretty broad array of topics, like kids’ books, punk rock, DIY, and even more things than that. There were men jack-hammering the street outside and she gave me the best oatmeal cookie I’ve ever had too!
Have listen, why don’t you?
Hear it here
Fiona’s work is here and blog is here
Fiona’s latest book with Cory Silverberg won a big important award!
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Hello Again! We are back with our second season of the podcast. We’re very excited about our line up this year, so make sure to keep an eye out for new episodes!
We are kicking off this season really strong with Greg Mably. Greg is a super talented illustrator and designer with a ton of experience in client-based work, digital illustration, and having crazy guitar chops. He graciously invited us over to his home studio in Toronto’s Design District where we had a really interesting chat about… well lots of stuff, really. I guess it’s easier if you just listen to it!
You can do that here!
Greg’s work here!
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Thanks as always for tuning in and, as always, feel free to like and share this far and wide!
Sorry for the delay in posting this. The end of the school year always ends up being a huge time crunch for us teachers.
So this is it! For the final episode of our inaugural season! We went and did talking with Jody Hewgill, a hugely talented and prolific illustrator and one of our Thesis instructors at OCADU.
Jody works in a home studio in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood and let me tell you: it feels like a cool treehouse. Also she provided really good snacks and was a real pleasure to talk with.
Listen to it riiiiiiiight… here
As this is the end of the season/semester, I just wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone who has listened and responded to this (several thousand of you!). I’d like to thank all of our amazing guests and I’d especially like to thank Christina Sealey, who has been the audio guru that makes the sounds go on the internet (I believe via magic or some such). This has been a completely volunteer situation for all involved and we really appreciate everyone being so generous with their time and their valuable input about all manner of things related to illustration and art.
We expect to return in the fall with all new interviews with various Illustration Program faculty and perhaps some alumni! Our goal has been to provide an illuminating and (vaguely) entertaining insight into the various experiences and points-of-view in our ever-varied professional milieu. Here’s hoping we did something like that.
Have a nice summer and draw lots of things!
P.S. The Grand Canyon is: Big!
For Episode 3 of our little program, we ventured out to
Shelbyville East York to visit Chris Kuzma at his home studio. We talked about the transition from student to Instructor, comics, kids… Well maybe just have a listen.
Chris is a super talented illustrator and comic artist whose collaborative enterprise Wowee Zonk is once again curating the TCAF Small Press Showcase and he was a real pleasure to talk with.
He also has a cute son called Roger that seems like a cool guy.
Chris’ website and tumblr
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