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Interior Design Installation in the Library

The Library is pleased to host What’s on the Table: The Designer’s Response, an exhibition featuring the work of students from the School of Interior Design, curated by Professor Lorella Di Cintio.

Students partnered with The Stop Community Food Centre to design a fund-raising item for their annual gala, which helps raise money for The Stop’s critical anti-hunger programs and services.   The results of this experiential learning opportunity, the Objet de Cuisine studio, are on display in LIB497 on the Library’s 4th floor from February 13 to 18.  Students who created the pieces will be available in LIB497 during selected times to discuss their work.  They will also make a formal presentation discussing the exhibit in LIB 489 on Tuesday, February 15 at 12:30p.m. – all are welcome.  Selected items will also be available for viewing in the Special Collections display case, also on the 4th floor, from Feb 22nd to March 7th.

Please join us for this wonderful celebration of student creativity in support of community outreach!  For more information, contact Sonny Banerjee, liaison librarian for Interior Design, at or x4834.

4 thoughts on “Interior Design Installation in the Library

  1. Hi
    I was wodnering if i could get a picture on an article in the Globe & Mail. it was from Feb 8th, 2011 and the name of the article is ” Do we Know the Power of the dark Side”

    I found the article but was interested in getting a copy of the picture. Does the library have copies of old newspapers i can take a photocopy of?

    Please let me know


  2. Hi Fiona – yes, the Library keeps print copies of some newspapers, such as the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star, for the current month only. They are on the 5th floor of the Library, and there are photocopiers also on that floor.

    The full text of newspapers are available online through many of our databases, however, photographs that accompany articles are not always included. You can access newspaper databases at:

    Hope this helps,

    Cecile Farnum

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