SCA | Quick News | September 4, 2020

Lin at the VAG

SCA alumni Anchi Lin 林安琪 is giving a talk at the Vancouver Art Gallery as part of their Institute of Asian Art (IAA) initiative on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, at 5 PM. RSVP HERE.

Gemmel curates Ali Sayed

SCA MA alumni Mallory A. Gemmel, who's the Reviews Editor for the SCA's Comparative Media Arts Journal, has curated Layer Cake, an online exhibition by the artist Rajab Ali Sayed, which runs August 26 - September 20, 2020. See it HERE.

Sum in the Dusty Organ

There's a nice profile of SCA alumni Amanda Sum in online mag Dusty Organ. Read it HERE.

F.O.R.M.'s Wolfe teaching, too

The Festival of Recorded Movement – whose artistic director, Sophia Wolfe, is leading "New Dance Composition (CA 324)" for us this term – is gearing up to kick off, beginning with "24 hours of virtual movement tag" on their Instagram account, and then running September 12 – 19, 2020. Read more HERE.

Mackenzie and Suzanne Friesen on the circuit

SCA alumni Cameron Mackenzie and Suzanne Friesen's short film Venusian is doing great in the festival circuit, including the Vancouver International Film Festival and Victoria Short Film Festival in 2019, and the Globe International Silent Film Festival, 
Solaris Film Festival, and Vienna Independent Film Festival in 2020. Read more about the film HERE.

Jeffery at the VIFF

SCA film alumni Daniel Jeffery's A New Leash on Life will have it's (virtual) Canadian premiere as part of the VIFF Short Forum: Programme 3 (ALT | True North Shorts) at the Vancouver International Film Festival. Read more HERE.

Beau Han Bridge's one-minute #InspiredByTENET

Watch a new one-minute short film by SCA film / theatre alumni Beau Han Bridge, which he made for the #InspiredByTENET filmmaking contest. Watch it HERE.

The Relay is run

The Cultch's The Relay online project, shepherded by SCA alumni Milton Lim, has wrapped up. Watch all the iterations HERE.

From the archives: Pratt at the SAAG

Check out this great exhibition by the SCA's Elspeth Pratt (who has returned as Director of the SCA this fall) from the archives of the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, which is highlighting past exhibitions this September. Read more HERE.

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