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RYERSON IMAGE CENTRE

DIRECTOR'S WELCOME

Welcome to the new Ryerson Image Centre (RIC), which opened its doors to students, faculty and the general public in September 2012. The Ryerson Image Centre is an international centre of excellence at Ryerson University, dedicated to the exhibition, research, study, and teaching of photography and related media such as new media, installation art and film.

Our museum-standard facility consists of approximately 4,500 square feet of exhibition space; a Great Hall for lectures, conferences, screenings and receptions; a glassed-in entrance colonnade with a 16 foot new media wall visible from the street; a temperature and moisture controlled vault for our growing collection; and a state of the art, professionally staffed research centre.

The Ryerson Image Centre, or RIC, offers programs that are designed to bring an exciting new voice to the arts dialogue in Toronto and across the country; to reach out to arts institutions, archives, curators, scholars and artists around the globe; and to engage the multidisciplinary academic communities across campus.

Paul Roth
Director

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