Teaming up with the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Professor Dan Adler assembles a major show of an artist who is viewed as the most influential sculptor of the last 30 years.
A highly collaborative project seeks to recover, document and disseminate Inuit traditional knowledge and creativity; engage Inuit leaders; and enrich Inuit culture for generations. York University fosters collaborative and socially engaging research aimed at providing a lasting legacy of benefits to cultures and societies. These characteristics are embodied in the work of Professor Anna Hudson, […]
Two major ventures in York’s School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design have paved the way for a continued upward trajectory that draws together highly diverse areas of creative practice around next-generation technology. The School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD) at York University has launched two important ventures in the span […]
Originally launched in Paris with the goal of bringing contemporary art to the masses, Nuit Blanche has established itself as one of the highlights of Toronto’s annual cultural calendar. Each year, this free dusk-to-dawn event enlivens and transforms the city with original art projects ranging from intimate encounters to large-scale spectacles. More than one million […]
Now celebrating its 10th anniversary, CineSiege is an externally juried showcase featuring outstanding student productions created in the Department of Film in York University’s Faculty of Fine Arts. Catch a rising wave of fresh young talent as CineSiege 2012 lights up the silver screen at TIFF Bell Lightbox on Tuesday, Oct. 23. The screening will […]