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.
Visual art student Jose Miranda was commissioned by Ram Iron & Metal Inc. to design and create custom railings for the entrance of the company's Toronto head office.
Artists, designers, scholars and industry reps discuss the role of urban screens, interactive media façades and large-scale public art installations to spark civic engagement and reanimate public space.
The Department of Theatre's YUFFA Fringe company returns to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with two shows: the bilingual children's fable "Head à Tête" and the existentialist play "The Concept".
York theatre students, faculty and alumni contribute their talents to Canadian Stage double bill.
Five films made by production students in York's Department of Cinema and Media Arts are screening in this year's festival.