Ryerson Art+Design Magazine (RADmag) was born out of a vision to create a collection of work that celebrates and showcases Photography, Fashion, and Interior Design projects by students. By providing an outlet to collaborate and inspire creativity in one another and the world at large, we hope to connect people across various disciplines and foster a community of inclusivity and conversation.
Admit it. You set the alarm early, planning to knock everything off your perpetual checklist. Read chapter 12, which happens to be 80 pages? Grocery shop, because your avocados went bad a week ago and you're living off take out. Clean your room, but mainly do your laundry because your clothes hamper is beginning to resemble Mount Kilimanjaro. Start your essay, even though you know it will not even have a title till 12 hours before it is due.
One skim over the list and you're uninterested. So what do you do instead? Treat your three hour lecture as if it is the Met Gala, and get severely overdressed. But do not fear. We are all guilty.
RADmag was thrilled to host our second annual clothing swap back in February. The event took place at eative filmcafe, a cozy cafe in the heart of Kensington Market. A success to say the least, the swap was filled with mingling bodies, great finds, and hot drinks to help keep out the cold air.
Over the last few years, the ‘podcast’ has become a defining force in pop-culture and the arts. Embracing this trend, we teamed up with Best Practice and The Creator Class to host a night of discussion with the Broadbent Sisters & Lauren Mitchell. Exciting to say the least, this night also celebrated the completion and launch of our sixth issue.
When it comes to making a quick snack with lots and lots of … humour - Darci Jones is our go-to gal. Publisher at RADmag, wine enthusiast, and chef in the making, we thought of no better way to introduce her to the blog than by incorporating all of those things.
Held in a monochromatic setting, RADmag's Issue 05 launch was nothing close to grey. As people arrived to the event, hosted at Offsite Concept Space, they were welcomed into a modern and vibrant atmosphere. The venue, detailed with black and white sleek designs provided the perfect space to hold our launch!
RADmag was lucky enough to have been invited to Trek For Teen’s Illuminate fashion show, which took place on May 6th. Trek For Teens is a non-profit organization whose focus is to raise funds for homeless youth in the city of Toronto.