From festival openers to adventurous works for non-traditional screens, York University talent makes a big impact on Hot Docs, North America's largest documentary film festival.
Through talks, performances and installations, artists and researchers consider the performative act of cartography and how it has helped shape the settler/colonizer state, Canada, and its relations with Indigenous peoples.
Music Professor Karen Burke leads the third annual City Youth Gospel Project, a participatory performance workshop bringing hundreds of elementary and high school students to York to experience whole-body singing in a mass choir.
Interdisciplinary, interactive documentary “Biology of Story” explores the nature of story as a living entity
Cinema & Media Arts professor Amnon Buchbinder launches an interdisciplinary, digitally mediated, intellectually adventurous investigation into one of humanity's oldest cultural practices.
Eminent guest speakers address the importance of slower forms of perceptual experience in visual and media culture in public talks co-hosted by the AGO and TIFF.
The Design Lab at York University is a new venture initiated by the Department of Design. It was created to serve the design needs of the York University community while simultaneously providing exceptional students with a professional-level office experience while they are still enrolled in school.
Digital Media students present their groundbreaking work in a juried exhibition featuring original objects and experiences invented by using code and programming as tools for creative expression.
York Jazz instructor, trumpeter Kevin Turcotte performs the sounds of Chet Baker in "Born to Be Blue", the new Baker biopic starring Ethan Hawke.