Course Overview // DIGFS5003 & DIGFS5004: "The Family Camera at the ROM" (2016/2017) @ OCAD University & the Royal Ontario Museum

 Installation view of  The Living Room , an immersive installation by OCADU Digital Futures students, Created for  The Family Camera  (2017)

Installation view of The Living Room, an immersive installation by OCADU Digital Futures students, Created for The Family Camera (2017)

OCAD U Course: Family Camera at the ROM

In 2016/2017, students in OCAD U's Digital Futures graduate course, "Family Camera at the ROM," were invited to create an immersive installation for The Family Camera exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum. Students had the opportunity to develop this work with the support and guidance of OCAD U faculty members, ROM staff, and FamCam collaborators. Click on the following links to read blog posts about this collaboration (each opens a new window). These posts were published on the ROM Blog.

The Living Room: Photography in the Public and Private (or Le salon : La photographie dans le public et le privé) (2 May 2017) by OCADU student writer, Maya Wilson-Sanchez

Collaboration, Family and Photography: The Process of Creating an Installation for The Family Camera Exhibition (27 Feb 2017) by OCADU student writer, Maya Wilson-Sanchez

The Living Room: Creative Team & List of Works Cited (3 May 2017)


OCAD U Graduate Course (2016/2017): Digital Futures: Family Camera at the ROM (DIGFS5003 & DIGFS5004)

Instructors: Martha Ladly (course director), Immony Men (creative & technical director), Julie Crooks (curatorial instructor), Jennifer Orpana (curatorial instructor)

Participating Students: Samaa Ahmed, Margarita Castro, Bijun Chen, Mudit Ganguly, Thom Jeffrey Garcia, Sara Gazzaz, Afaq Ahmed Karadia, Annette Mangaard, Ania Medrek, Katie Micak, Natasha Mody, Manik Perera Gunatilleke, Maya Wilson-Sanchez and April Xie.

 Family album created by OCAD U students for The Living Room installation (J. Orpana, 2017)

Family album created by OCAD U students for The Living Room installation (J. Orpana, 2017)