Events

Posted on 21 Mar 2018 in sca eventGallery Exhibition

EVERYTHING MUST GO

2018 BFA Graduating Exhibition

12 April 2018 – 21 April 2018, 12:00pm
Audain Gallery, SFU at Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W. Hastings, Vancouver V6B 1H4

EVERYTHING MUST GO

This exhibition presents the work of visual art students graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University.

Joni Cheung, Elly Habibullah, Samantha Henderson, Phoebe Huang, Mikaela Johanson, Gillian Lai, Lori Lai, Byeongsung Lee, Sean Lu, Ivan So, Kalvin Valko, Emma Wedman and June Yeo.

Raymond Carver wrote a short story called, "Why Don't You Dance?" It is about a man who is selling all of his things on the lawn of his house. You don't know what the problem is or why he is selling everything. The man encounters a couple who come over to check out his stuff. Their dialogue is gestural and hints at the man's history and his motivations. He is reluctant to let go of his things because they have meaning, but he knows this is holding him back. He wants them to live on.

Where do things go? How do things get to where they are? Where will they end up?

Faced with the accumulation of past work and the uncertainty of storage, rent bills and student loans, EVERYTHING MUST GO is a response to a moment of rupture in the lives of thirteen young artists working through object-oriented ontologies. They are letting go of the physical manifestations of their work, an institution, and a narrative end to a four-year passage. EVERYTHING MUST GO reflects on the paradoxical circumstances of vacating a place that has provided support, while maintaining an image of cheerfulness and professionalism.

The individual works in the exhibition are built with multiple components that may migrate, escape or overlap. They are united through the shared workspace and discourses that encouraged their becoming.

This exhibition also features a collaborative installation of objects for sale. Cash only please.

Events

Opening Reception
Wednesday, April 11, 7 - 9pm
Audain Gallery

Open Critique
Tuesday, April 17, 2:30pm
Audain Gallery

Presented with SFU Galleries' Audain Gallery.

Audain Gallery Hours
Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, 12 – 5pm and Thursday, Friday, 12 – 8pm.

 

Posted on 23 Mar 2018 in sca eventFilm Screening

Falling Up

SCA Second Year FILM Screening

13 April 2018 – 13 April 2018, 7:00pm
Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema, SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W. Hastings, Vancouver V6B 1H4
FREE

Falling Up

An SFU School for Contemporary Arts Second Year Film Screening.

Join us for a screening of our most recent short films, along with a dedication to our dear friend, Aiden Serr.

Films by filmmakers such as

Ashley Yeung, Nayla Pacilla, and Selina Repole
Ciaran Davis-Mcgregor, Martin Chan, and Sam Mason
Colin Williscroft, Ryan Calderon, and Katrina Mugume
Keegan Turnquist, Alex Roque, and Andy Catsirelis
Lucas Rojen and Inanna Cusi
Paige Fast, Jiwoong Hong, and Luis Guerra
And a special screening of work by Aiden Serr.

Please also check out the work of our extended film-family:

First Year Screening – Saturday, April 7th
Third Year Screening – Friday, April 20th
Fourth Year Screening – Friday April 27th

Posted on 28 Mar 2018 in sca eventConcert

Soundscape Composition as Context-based Creation

Electroacoustic Concert

13 April 2018 – 13 April 2018, 8:00pm
Studio T, SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC
Free

Soundscape Composition as Context-based Creation

Featuring New stereo and multi-channel works by students Hilal Dabir, Marion Edralin, Markis Virginillo, Caitlin Maxwell, and Konstantin Pozdnyaev, as well as work by visiting guest composer Aaron Liu-Rosenbaum, from Laval, Quebec, Hildegard Westerkamp's 1978 work Fantasie for Horns for four-channel tape, and a preview of The Bells of Salzburg, a new commissioned 8-channel work by Barry Truax produced for the 60th anniversary celebration of the Studio for Electronic Music at the University Mozarteum Salzburg (SEM) in December.