Jennifer Bolt (MA ’01, PhD ’16), an adjunct professor in York University’s Department of Dance and Faculty of Education, has been asked to contribute to the MHCC’s new two-year Post-Secondary Mental Health & Safety Standards project, an outgrowth of the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace launched in 2013.
AMPD Performance Facilities & Theatre Prof Ian Garrett win York U President’s Sustainability Leadership Awards
The purpose of the awards are to raise awareness on the important work that sustainability champions are doing at York, to provide much deserved recognition of their work, and to encourage others to get involved in sustainability initiatives on our campuses.
Paul Gross, an eminent Canadian actor, writer, director, producer, musician and arts supporter, received an honorary doctor of laws from York University on June 17 during afternoon convocation ceremonies for graduands of the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design and the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies.
AMPD Faculty & Alumni recognized with Dora nominations for their contributions to the top shows of 2018-19
Now celebrating it's 40th anniversary, The Dora Mavor Moore Awards are Canada's longest-running professional theatre, dance and opera awards. The Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts rolls out the red carpet Tuesday, June 25 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts and many alumni from the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design will be recognized for their outstanding contributions to the hottest shows in Toronto last year.
Dancing Manilenyos was an official selection at the Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase.
York Dances is an exciting program featuring new choreography created by third-year BFA dance students in the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design at York University.
Patrick Alcedo, an associate professor in the Department of Dance, School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD) at York University, will premiere his new documentary film Dancing Manilenyos on March 23 at the Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards
Following an extensive national and international search, which attracted outstanding candidates, the search committee recommended the appointment of Professor Sarah Bay-Cheng to the position of dean. York University President and Vice-Chancellor Rhonda L. Lenton is very pleased to announce that Professor Bay-Cheng has accepted our invitation to take up a five-year term as dean, commencing July 1.