Events

Posted on 27 Feb 2018 in sca event

SCA TOURS

with Dean Lastoria

07 March 2018 – 24 March 2018, 12:00am
1st floor lobby, SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC
FREE

SCA TOURS

Dean Lastoria, the SCA's New Students and Retention Administrator, is offering a set of tours of the SCA's facilities. He's also always happy to answer any questions you might have about applying to the SCA. Check this schedule for the time and date that's best for you:

Wednesday March 7: 6:00PM
Saturday March 10: 10:00AM
Tuesday march 13: 6:00PM
Saturday March 24: 10:00AM

All tours meet in the lobby of SFU at Goldcorp Centre for the Arts.

For more information about applying to the SCA, click here.

Posted on 02 Mar 2018 in sca eventGallery Exhibition

Between-Spaces

BFA Project 2018

21 March 2018 – 31 March 2018, 12:00am
Audain Gallery, SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC

Between-Spaces

Opening Reception
Wednesday, March 21, 7–9pm
Audain Gallery

Francisco Berlanga, Sasha Cerino, Natalie Chan, Annie Chan, Danyal Imani, Ruilan King, Abbie Lee, Victoria Mulja, Tyler Pengelly, Jill Shao, Audrey Shiu, Rachelle Tjahyana, Dwayne Tonta, Cassandra Yu, and Julie Zhang. 

SFU's School for the Contemporary Arts' (SCA) third-year Visual Art students present an exhibition that unpacks various notions of border - border as wall, border as place, border in translation -  and proposes some theoretical and aesthetic reflections on its reverberations.

In development of this exhibition, SFU SCA third-year visual art students worked with Winter 2018 Audain Visual Artist in Residence Oana Avasilichioaei in a research and making laboratory that considered the linguistic, aesthetic, social, and political nature and structure of borders within current global conditions. In the laboratory, students critically engaged with questions including, How do we enact borders? How do we translate them? What are the ethical implications of this translation? and Is a language a border? By exploring various translations/transpositions between text and performance, image and sound, text and image, the organic and the technological, materiality and musicality, etc., students produced new work that investigates the border as a potential in-between, porous space; disputed, yet also productive.

Avasilichioaei's practice is concerned with textuality, polylingual poetics, the social and political forces/voices of the polis, and the intermediary spaces between word, sound and image, exploring the transgressions of these terrains through poetry, translation, performance, and sound work. Her poetry collections include feria: a poempark (2008), We, Beasts (2012) and Limbinal (2015). Increasingly interstitial, her work has also gone outside the bounds of the book, encompassing various formats such as multimedia performance, sound work, photography, graphic score, and installation; recent multimedia performances include THRESHOLDS (2015) and MOUTHNOTES (2016). Also a translator of prose and poetry from French and Romanian, her most recent translation is Bertrand Laverdure's Readopolis (2017). Based in Montreal, she frequently crosses borders.

Presented by the SFU School for the Contemporary Arts and the Audain Visual Artist in Residenc with SFU Galleries.

Posted on 06 Feb 2018 in sca eventDance MainstageTheatre Mainstage

Topophilia

SCA Theatre / Dance Mainstage

21 March 2018 – 30 March 2018, 8:00pm
Fei & Milton Wong Experimental Theatre, SFU at Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W. Hastings, Vancouver V6B 1H4
$7 Students, $10 SFU Staff/Alumni/Faculty, $15 General

Topophilia

Preview: March 20, 8PM
Performances: March 21 – 24 & 27 – 29, 8PM
Matinee: March 25, 2PM

…all really inhabited space bears the essence of the notion of home.
          Gaston Bachelard – The Poetics of Space

Co-directed by Steven Hill and Rob Kitsos
Assistant direction: Brian Postalian
Dramaturgy: Jessica Del Fierro
Choreography: Justine Chambers, Company 605, and Anya Saugstad, with Daisy Thompson
Music: Stefan Nazarevich
Media design: Tobias Macfarlane
Lighting design: Celeste English
Stage design: Paula Viitanen

Performed by SCA students in Dance, Theatre, Music, and Theatre Production & Design.

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