SCA | Quick News | July 17, 2020

Lauzon, Alvarez & Zaiontz win for Excellence

Congratulations to the SCA's Claudette Lauzon and her co-editors Natalie Alvarez and Keren Zaiontz, whose book, "Sustainable Tools for Precarious Times: Performance Actions in the Americas" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), won the Excellence in Editing Award from the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Read more HERE.

Coughlin Silverfox in This is GREAT Material

SCA MFA Krystle Coughlin Silverfox is in the onlline exhibition This is GREAT Material, which opens July 17 and runs to August 21, 2020, on Gallery Gachet's new site. See it HERE.

Alfonso's part of view recent changes

Oscar Alfonso, SCA visual art alumni, former SCA office co-worker, and current Master of Visual Studies in Studio Art student at The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the U of Toronto, is presenting I'm not sure I remember all of our names / No estoy seguro en nuestros nombres, an online wiki based story-sharing project that forms part of the exhibition view recent changes, which is running July 16 to August 13, 2020, as part of InterAccess' "online edition" Vector Festival. Read it HERE.

Kong on God in Reverse

Read the SCA's Yani Kong on Richmond Art Gallery's latest show, God in Reverse: When Wisdom Defies Capture, for Akimbo's Akimblog. Read it HERE.

SFU Galleries' call for Make-Believe Bathroom

Miss that special public / private discourse common to the walls of bathrooms? Then answer this open call from SFU Galleries for posters and public notices to be part of Make-Believe Bathroom, a project by Toronto-based artist Amy Lam. Read more HERE.

Contreras records Displacement in Public Green Space  

SCA alumni and former SFU Woodward's co-worker, Adriana Contreras produced a "graphic recording" for the Vines Art Festival's Displacement in Public Green Space dialogue at the end of May, 2020, with Ga’axstsalas Cheryle Williams, Siobhan Barker, and Jane Shi, and hosted by jaye simpson. See it HERE.