Emanuel Ciobanica’s solo mixed media exhibition Exoskeleton explores the concept of healing physical and psychological trauma. Ciobanica created the works in a self-directed studio course.
Music Professor and internationally acclaimed jazz percussionist Barry Elmes headlines the Faculty Concert Series with the Barry Elmes Quintet.
Algonquin/Métis director and playwright Yvette Nolan helms Theatre @ York’s compelling new production of Brébeuf’s Ghost, “a tale of horror in three acts” by Aboriginal playwright Daniel David Moses. The play is a poetic and powerful story of the survival of Indigenous culture in the face of colonial oppression.
Thirty-two theatre students travelled to New York City to see two productions as part of an experiential education trip. The students had a chance to speak with actors and staff working in the industry.
Graduate students Clint Enns (editor) and Leslie Supnet (designer) launch the book "John Porter’s CineScenes: Documentary Portraits of Alternative Film Scenes, Toronto and Beyond, 1978-2015"
The School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design is participating in the Lifeline Syria Challenge in response to the current refugee crisis resulting from war in Syria. In the team AMPD For Syria, staff, students and faculty are coming together to sponsor a family of four to resettle in GTA.
From expanding options for working with images in Moodle to managing information flow for a fully online film course with 800 students, faculty members in the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design have creative approaches to adapting eLearning for the arts.
Post-doctoral researcher Mary Elizabeth (M.E.) Luka has been awarded a prestigious Banting Fellowship to conduct research within the Sensorium Centre for Digital Arts & Technology in the School of Arts, Media, Performance & Design.