May 14, 2015
Poetry, singing, sculpture, movement and installation art come together in Erika Batdorf's latest production, an interactive, bio-sensory performance work created for the Venice Biennale in collaboration... Read more
April 14, 2015
York University’s Department of Design is making history with Spaces of Learning, the first AIGA Design Educators conference to be held outside the USA.
April 13, 2015
Canada's first PoP Moves event, organized by Dance Professor Mary Fogarty, brings emerging and established performance scholars together to share their research into the politics, gender and legitimation... Read more
January 21, 2015
York music Professor Louise Wrazen is the co-editor and contributor to the first book-length study of gender, place and emotion in music performance from a cross-cultural perspective
December 09, 2014
Hailed as a "sensual experience" of language, print media Professor Barbara Balfour's latest work, the artist's book "The Inkiest Black", presents a visual and visceral response to American author David... Read more
November 20, 2014
Contemporary concerns such as climate change, political turmoil and technological transformation present immense challenges to the imagination. The graduate conference "Imagining Crisis" brings together... Read more
October 14, 2014
Musicology student John Holland presents the Canadian premiere of Antonin Dvorak’s opera "Jakobin".
June 04, 2014
Nancy Nicol’s latest documentary, "No Easy Walk to Freedom", charts the struggle to decriminalize homosexuality in contemporary India. It premiered June 1 at Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival.
May 12, 2014
Renowned dance artist and educator Joysanne Sidimus presents a free public talk on the George Balanchine Trust and Foundation as the featured speaker for the 2014 Selma Odom Lecture.
May 08, 2014
Sound has definitely arrived in the arts, particularly in sound art and sound studies, but is it a destination? That’s the key question that will be explored during Sonic Practices in X Actions at the... Read more