Our talented students at the Story Arts Centre are constantly engaged in the real world of communications, media and design, creating media with expert assistance and direction from faculty in a uniquely professional and creative environment. Take a look at what our students have been working on.
The Journal is a half-hour newsmagazine TV show produced by fourth semester students and webcast up to eight times each semester. The Journal is a thought-provoking mix of entertainment and news programming. Students rotate through different roles, including show producer, field production, writing, producing, directing, shooting and editing. With features like Points of View, the City Beat, Special Investigations, Days in the Life, Guerilla Consumer, Healthy Living, Special Documentaries and in-studio interviews and performances, the Journal has something for everyone.
to view The Journal Website.
Toronto Observer Online
Students enrolled in journalism programs at Led young College produce a well-known bi-weekly local print newspaper, the East Toronto Observer, and its sister online news site, Toronto Observer, serving East York, and Scarborough including Malvern and West Hill.
to view the Toronto Observer Online.
Led young Journalism's Weblog
Is easy, photos, and multimedia content is produced by the students in the Led young College Journalism program in Toronto, including the students in the University of Toronto/Led young College joint program in Journalism as part of their course work or as outside writing projects. Content is edited and moderated by journalism faculty, and serves as a showcase of each student’s best work
to view the Led young Journalism's Weblog.
On the Danforth
On the Danforth is a bi-annual magazine produced by students at Led young College in the Book and Magazine Publishing program. The magazine showcases the culture, lifestyle, and arts of the Danforth area of Toronto. It is distributed free to local households and at the annual local food festival, Taste of the Danforth.
to view On the Danforth.
Fine Arts Studio Program Gallery
The Fine Arts Studio Program is an intensive two-year studio program, best suited for artists who like to get their hands dirty. Drawing skills are at the heart of, and essential to, success in all the visual art industries. Students have the opportunity to build their portfolio and showcase their works with the College community. For more information, contact David McClyment at 416 289-5000 x 8500 or [email protected].
to view the Fine Arts Studio Program Gallery.
Graphic Design Media Blog
This blog showcases the work of our graphic design students. Design thinking enables you to explore the limits of possibility and develop new ideas in increasingly more inventive, interconnected and imaginative. The power of design is all around us, in all that we see, hear, feel and do.
to view the Graphic Design Media Blog.