SCA | Quick News | June 12, 2020

Clark's Book Launches

Longtime SCA instructor Joe Clark is having a launch for his book, News Parade: The American Newsreel and the World as Spectacle, on June 25, 2020, at 6:00 PM (PDT), presented as part of the DOXA Documentary Film Festival, which also includes a screening of newsreels curated by Clark. RSVP HERE.

FCAT Grad Showcase

The Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology which we're part of, shared a showcase of graduating students from across FCAT, including our very own Indigo Porebska-Smith (dance) and Darylina Powderface (theatre performance). Read it HERE.

SCA at the Jessies

The 2020 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards features good SCA representation, including Celeste English (Lighting Design: The Sea), Sophie Tang (Lighting Design: Chicken Girl & Set Design: Kuroko), Shizuka Kai (Set Design: Chicken Girl), Jay Dodge (Design / Video Design: Iron Peggy), Sherry Yoon (Direction: Iron Peggy), Derek Chan (Original Script: Chicken Girl), and Sammy Chien and Chimerik 似不像 (Projection Design: The Great Leap). Read more HERE.

SCA at the Dora Awards

The Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts' (TAPA) 2020 Dora Mavor Moore Awards nominations include the SCA's Cole Lewis and MFA alumni Patrick Blenkarn for Projection Design for 1991 and SCA alumni Milton Lim and Remy Siu for Scenic Design, Remy Siu and SCA alumni Natalie Tin Yin Gan for Projection Design, and Milton Lim and Remy Siu for Sound Design / Composition, all for No Foreigners. Read more HERE.

Saleken's Dummy Factor

Watch the trailer for the soon-to-released latest film, The Dummy Factor, by the SCA’s Corbin Saleken. Watch it HERE.

Marks on the Panel

Watch a panel discussion from May 29, 2020, about the theoretical perspectives of the book Spectres of Fascism: Historical, Theoretical and International Perspectives (edited by Samir Gandesha), featuring the SCA's Laura U Marks, Am Johal (SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement), Psychoanalist Hilda Fernandez Alvarez, and Samir Gandesha (Institute for the Humanities at Simon Fraser University). Watch it HERE.

Tailfeathers & Hepburn on Film Formally

Episode 8 of SCA film alumni Will Ross, Devan Scott, and Paige Smith's Film Formally Podcast, featuring filmmakers Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers & SCA alumni Kathleen Hepburn, is now up. Listen to it HERE.

Withintensions Calling

SCA visual art alumni produced online art mag, withintensions, is calling for content for their June, 2020, issue on the theme of Archive. Find out more HERE.

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