SCA | Quick News | September 11, 2020
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Latta's Hidden Stories
The SCA's Erika Latta directed and did the sound design for the "urban sound walk" Hidden Stories with Begat Theater, which is running September 18 & 19 in La Seyne-sur-mer and September 19 & 20 in Toulon, France, as part of Le Pôle's Regards sur rue Festival. Read more HERE.
Clay joins the Samara Collective
The SCA's Allyson Clay (retired!) is part of the newly-formed Samara Collective, which is supported by the Sunshine Coast Arts Council's Artists in Our Midst Residency & Studio Space program. Follow the Collective on Facebook.
The Festival of Recorded Movement (F-O-R-M), whose artistic director, Sophia Wolfe, is leading "New Dance Composition (CA 324)" for us this term, starts Saturday, September 12, 2020. Keep your eyes open for work by SCA folks, including Kaylee Louie, Anya Saugstad, and Talia Woodland. More info and tickets HERE.
withintensions' new one
Tam and As dreams are made
Doherty on Basanta
Arboleda and Carter for Co.ERASGA
Vickers' Where We Gather
SCA MFA alumni Charlene Vickers has a show of new works, Where We Gather, at Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, opening September 12, 2020. Read more HERE.
Christing takes SCA to TikTok
New SCA film student Katherine Christing is the inaugural user of the SCA’s new TikTok account. She’ll be reporting on her adjustment to COVID student life. Follow us there @sca.sfu and also follow Katherine at @waitactually and @tiktokhatesmeyesindeed.