In addition to being amazing in the classroom, our faculty are also accomplishing incredible things outside of the classroom. Check out what Berta, Paul and Milan have been up to below:
Berta Pavlov – Dior Exhibition at R.O.M.
With a team of George Brown graduates, Berta Pavlov, performed an extensive research and analysis
of Dior techniques and processes to reproduce two vintage Dior garments. Over 100 hours of work at the new cutting edge Fashion Exchange facility were put into analysis and creation of
the iconic Delphine dress. The Dior exhibit at the R.O.M. gave insight into the creative process and production techniques during the post-war fashion industry.
Watch a short video, “Decoding Dior’s Delphine”, showing Berta’s work and how this vintage piece was recreated.
Paul McClure Wins Governor General’s Arts Award
Paul McClure received the Saidye Bronfman Award – the nation’s top honours in visual arts for his amazing jewellery creations. Paul’s work is inspired by the human body on a molecular level. Being in the era of medical advancement, Paul explores
the inner structure of humans and brings the microbiological forms to life as jewellery pieces.
Watch a short video of Paul McClure sharing his inspiration for his works.
Milan Shahani – Adaptive Clothing
George Brown College recognizes the importance of fashion inclusiveness and our amazing professors are being the thought and action leaders in that field. As a stroke survivor herself, Milan Shanani, worked with a team of students to create clothing
for stroke survivors. She received a grant from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) to accomplish her project.