Inspired by radical new poetic methods of digital and intermedial performance storytelling, transgressive visual techniques emerging from new media platforms, and new activisms engaging with theories of homonationalism, pinkwashing and the global queer (un)commons, the TQU courses offer students insight and participation in the debates, voices, ideas and images of the current queer/trans digital moment.
Imagining Differently: Research-Creation Practices in Urgent Times York’s Department of Theatre and Performance Studies, in the School of Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD), will host its first Digital Grad Student Conference on March 26 and 27. The conference was originally scheduled to take place in March 2020, and has been reimagined for current times. […]
Dear AMPD colleagues, students, alumni, faculty, staff and community partners: I hope this message finds you and your families and communities in good health and spirits during the current circumstances. I know that the conditions necessitated by COVID-19 have lasted much longer than expected and I am grateful for your continued resilience and widespread generosity […]