Philippine dance companies, independent artists, choreographers, and dance researchers will mark on stage the presence of Filipinos as one of the largest visible minorities in Toronto and the fastest growing immigrant community in Canada.
From dusk till dawn on September 30, Toronto will be transformed with over 110 contemporary art projects by hundreds of artists from around the world. With so much to see and do, here is a short list of AMPD projects to capture your imagination.
This fall, two professors will join York University’s School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD). The new professors are Freya Björg Olafson in the Department of Dance, and Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum in the Department of Visual Arts & Art History.
If you’re eligible for OSAP, you may also be eligible for Work/Study. AMPD has 100 positions, plus there are hundreds more positions across campus, that you could apply for today and be earning money as soon as September.
Psychological surrealism in c6, a new work York dance artists
In the hours before the AMPD convocation June 19, Winters hosted an awards ceremony, giving out almost $2000 in scholarships and prizes.
Combines dance, poetry and cinematography, David Outevsky and Regina Bautista's "Fleeting Encounters, Shifting Pathways" wins UGTE's Best Idea award.
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.