PhD Candidate | Artist
Faculty of Information | University of Toronto
PhD Information Studies, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto. Exp. Winter, 2020.
MMst Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, 2011.
BA, Hons History, Victoria University, University of Toronto, 2006.
Noone, R. (Forthcoming). Navigating the Threshold of Information Spaces. In J. Webb & S. Bedi (Eds.) Visualizing the Library: A Primer on visual research methods in Library and Information Sciences. London, UK: Facet Publishing.
Noone, R. (2018). Drawing Directions in the Age of the Readymade Map. Drain: A Journal of Contemporary Art and Culture, 15(1).
Hartel, J., Noone, R., Power, S., Dansanov, P., Oh, C., & Kelly, B. (2018). The iSquare Protocol: Combining Research, Art, Pedagogy through the Draw-and-Write Technique. Qualitative Research, 17(4), 1-18.
Noone, R. (2017). From Here To: Drawing New Notations of Space. Visual Methodologies, 5(1), 32-38.
Hartel, J., Noone. R., & Oh, C. (2017). The Creative Deliverable. Journal of Education in Library and Information Science, 58(6), 176-183.
Conference Papers and Panels
Noone, R. (2019). Reorienting Google Maps: drawing- and performance-based methods in action. Canadian Association for Information Science Annual Conference. 2019 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Vancouver, BC.
Noone, R. (2019). Line by Line: Drawing and Performing Spatial Orientations. International Visual Methods Conference 6. National University of Political Studies and Public Administration. Bucharest, RO.
Noone, R. & Dewart McEwen, K. (2019). Drawing from the ‘Living Well’: Sidewalk Toronto’s Imagination of Healthy Futures. Meeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science. New Orleans, LA.
Noone, R. (2019). Directional lines: drawing and performing spatial orientations in the context of digital mapping platforms. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. University of Illinois, at Urbana-Champaign, IL.
Noone, R. (2018). Counter-cartographies and alternative legibilites: reinscribing experiences beyond the smart city. University Arts Association of Canada Annual Conference. University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.
Noone, R. (2018). Ambient Attentions: Drawing from 1960s conceptual art to explore contemporary conditions of location-based media. Making Media Theory Conference. Concordia University. Montreal, QC.
Noone, R. (2017). How to Ask for Directions in the Age of Locative Media. Universities Arts Association of Canada. The Banff Centre. Banff, AB.
Hartel, J., Noone, R., Power, S., Dansanov, P., Oh, C., & Kelly, B. (2015). Visualizing Information Worldwide.Association for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. St. Louis, MO.
Noone, R. (2015). Cues for Living. Contemporary Art, Design, and New Media Art Histories. Graduate Conference. Ontario College of Art and Design University. Toronto, ON.
Noone, R. (2014). The Analogue Internet: Comedy and the Futility of Mail Art. Critical Information Graduate Symposium. School of Visual Art. New York, NY.
Conference Colloquia, Panels, & Roundtables
Noone, R. (2019). Doctoral Colloquium at the iConference, 2019. University of Maryland, College Park, MA.
Walker, D. & Noone, R. (2018). Sidewalk Toronto and the Smart Sustainable City: A Walkshop. ICT4S 5thInternational Conference. Toronto, ON.
Hartel, J. & Noone. R. (2016). Analyzing visual data. iConference 2016. Philadelphia, PA.
Hartel, J. & Noone. R. (2016). Visualizing Information Workshop. Diagrams 2016: 9th International Conference on the Theory and Application of Diagrams. Philadelphia, PA.
Noone, R. (2016). Chair: Art and the Archive Roundtable. TransCultural Exchange’s International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts, Engaging Minds. Boston University. Boston, USA.
Noone, R. (2015). Space is an Object in Brighton. International Visual Methods Conference. University of Brighton. Brighton, UK.
Noone, R. (2014). Session for The Analogue Internet: A Post Intervention. iConference: Context, Culture, Computing. Berlin, GR.
Conference Poster Sessions
Noone, R. (2017). Intervention as Performance, Intervention as Deception: Collecting Spontaneous Drawings in Situ. International Visual Methods Conference. Singapore, SG.
Noone, R. (2017). Drawing directions in an age of locative Media. International Visual Sociology Conference. Montreal, CA. (Awarded third prize in juried poster competition).
Noone, R. (2016). Perceptual Inventory: Art and Social Scientific Research. Diagrams 2016: 9th International Conference on the Theory and Application of Diagrams (Graduate Symposium). Philadelphia, PA.
Teaching and Education Experience, Academic
Institute for Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, University of Toronto Mississauga
Teaching Assistant, CCT335: Technology and the City. Fall 2019.
Teaching Assistant, CCT222: Political Economy of Communication, Culture, and Technology.Fall 2017 abd Fall 2018
Teaching Assistant, CCT110: Rhetoric and Media. Winter 2016 and Winter 2019
Teaching Assistant, CCT316: Art and Advertising. Winter 2017, Summer 2019
Teaching Assistant, CCT303: Communicating In and Between Organizations. Summer 2019.
Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, Master of Museum Studies Program
Teaching Assistant, MSL2000: Curatorial Practice. (Master’s Level Museum Studies). Winter 2018
Teaching Assistant, MSL4000 Exhibitions Project (Master’s Level Museum Studies). Winter 2015 & Fall/Winter 2015/2016; 2016/2017; 2017/2018; 2018/2019.
Teaching Assistant, MSL1500: Ethics, Leadership, Management (Master’s Level Museum Studies). Winter 2015 & Fall 2015 & Fall 2016
Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, Master of Information Studies Program
Teaching Assistant and Artistic Advisor, INF1300: Foundations of Library and Information Studies. Fall 2015 & Fall 2016 & Fall 2017
Honours and Awards
Social Science and Humanities Research Council, 2018-19, $20,000
Ontario Graduate Scholarship, 2015-16. $15,000
Ontario Graduate Scholarship, Summer 2017, $5,000
School of Graduate Studies Research Travel Grant, University of Toronto, 2018. $4200
Florence Partridge Award - Bursary, Summer and Fall 2018. $1,500 & $1700
Ethel W. Auster Scholarship for Doctoral Research – Fall 2018 - $2000
Faculty of Information Travel Award, University of Toronto, 2015 & 2019. $1,500 & $1500
Diagrams 2016 Graduate Symposium Award. 2016. $1,500