In the summer of 2016 Georgia was a member of the Humber College School of Media Studies & IT Transmedia Fellowship. Through the fellowship she worked on a 360°, interactive, virtual tour of Humber’s Lakeshore Campus with gamification elements. Georgia worked on this project start to finish and enjoyed every aspect of making the project come to life. She gathered and edited content in the form of photography, videography, and interviews, worked with web developers, did user testing and contributed to the project launch. You can find the project at Visit Humber Lakeshore. You can find more about the Transmedia Fellowship here.
Georgia's artwork has been shown in a varity of exhibitions including the Orillia Museum of Art and History's Graphic Language: Georgia Grieve, 19th International Women's Day Art Show: Eye to Eye, and the University of Guelph's Photo IV Exhibition phōs.
Georgia Grieve is an artist, graphic designer, comic artist, and creative living & working in Toronto, Ontario. Her interests lie in combining art history and contemporary internet culture in ways that cause viewers to question their relationships and understanding of old and new.
2017 - 2019 Masters of Information with specialization in UX Design from University of Toronto
2014 - 2016 Diploma in Advertising & Graphic Design from Humber College
2010 - 2014 Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Studio Art & Art History Minor from University of Guelph
© Georgia Grieve 2017.