York University’s rising young dance artists take the stage in York Dances -Space Continuum: Infinite and Endless, a showcase concert spotlighting undergraduate choreographic and performance talent.
Director David di Giovanni offers a compelling contemporary take on the Swedish classic, setting the play in 2008 - a time of tremendous upheaval, in both hope and despair - with the protagonist as a war journalist coming to terms with her experiences.
The new Foster Studio Series features two plays that tap into the theme of Extraordinary Lives: Difference and Ability to explore longing, loss and self-identity.
The Art Gallery of York University and current students and alumni of the Department of Visual Art and Art History made a strong showing at the 2016 Ontario Association of Art Galleries Awards.
York University and the Regent Park School of Music (RPSM) are celebrating a $2-million gift from York Professor Emeritus Allan Carswell and the Carswell Family Foundation to support research and programming to help children succeed through music and the arts.
Rising choreographers in the Department of Dance present a volcanic showcase of original solos, duets and ensemble works.
Theatre @ York launches its 2016/2017 season focusing on difference and ability with Thomas Bernhard’s “A Party for Boris”
This dark comedy uses the metaphor of disability to pose trenchant questions about human relationships and brutality in a violent world.
Joel Ong has joined the Department of Computational Arts as assistant professor of Information Design and Data Visualization, and Randolph Peters has been appointed assistant professor of Composition and Sound Design for Cinema, Games and Motion Media in the Department of Music.