It's the end of 2019, a momentous year for AMPD. As we amp up for a new decade ahead, we want to celebrate the moments that you appreciated most on our social media feeds this past year.
Visual Art & Art History News
Vogue, the New York Times, the New Yorker and ArtForum, among other high-profile publications, all hail the Kenya-born, Toronto-raised artist as a major new talent.
Named after the visionaries who first conceived the project, the new Joan and Martin Goldfarb Art Gallery of York University will solidify York University’s commitment to visual arts.
Do you want some money you don’t have to pay back? In 2018-19 AMPD students received over 2.2 million dollars in scholarships, awards and bursaries, set up by York’s incredible community of generous supporters! The vast majority of eligible students who apply receive an award.
The School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design celebrated the start of the academic year with a fall faculty reception and teaching awards presentation Wednesday, September 18.
The history and foundation of the AMPD community is what propels us forward, emboldening us to pose new questions, devise new methods, and test new limits. This spirit of experimentation and improvisation found throughout our faculty is the difference between keeping up with today and leading the way into tomorrow.
Nine new faculty members will join the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD): Shital Desai, Tammer El-Sheikh, Jennifer Jimenez, Susan Lee, Aaron Kelly, Gavin McDonald, Yifat Shaik, Ingrid Veninger and Holly Ward.
“Welcoming new colleagues is always a pleasure, and these new faculty members bring exciting new dimensions to programs throughout AMPD,” said Sarah Bay-Cheng, dean of AMPD. “Their diverse talents, experience, and dedication to teaching will support our students to develop their own visions and skills as they prepare them to transform our world.”
The Royal Society of Canada (RSC) has elected Anna Hudson, Department of Visual Art & Art History to its ranks as Fellow and Marlis Schweitzer, Department of Theatre, to the College of New Scholars, Artists & Scientists.
There will be an induction ceremony on Nov. 22.