SCA | Quick News | October 2, 2020

Daniel on ZeD

The SCA's Henry Daniel shared a great video from his personal archives of his performance of Out of Body from 2002 on the CBC's arts and culture variety TV show ZeD, which had a rotating cast of hosts, including recent SFU Honorary Degree recipient (Doctor of Fine Arts, Honoris Causa), Bif Naked. Watch it HERE.

Marks' in a Light in Dark Times

Watch the archived video of the Light In Dark Times: A Contemporary Art Symposium, Session II: Genealogies of Light, featuring the SCA's Laura Marks. Watch it HERE.

Huang in I spy... a disposable camera project

SCA alumni Phoebe Huang is part of the Unit/Pitt Society for Art & Critical Awareness' soon-to-be-online I spy... a disposable camera project, launching October 14, 2020. Check back at or the Unit/Pitt's various social media feeds for more.

Sniderman & Rajkowska's Night Herons

SCA PhD candidate Robert Yerachmiel Sniderman and Joanna Rajkowska are premiering their film Night Herons on Paranoia TV and giving an artist's talk as part of the steirischer herbst 20 festival in Graz. Read more HERE.

SCA Theatre's DTEF call out

Students from the SCA Theatre Performance area are launching what they're calling the Digital Theatre Exploration Festival (DTEF) to "explore what theatre will look like" in our digitally-mediated, COVID-19-restricted world. Read more HERE.

UTOPOS reviewed

Read a review of the Deluge Contemporary Art exhibition UTOPOS, featuring SCA alumni Alex Tedlie Stursberg and curated by SCA alumni Andrea Valentine-Lewis, on Nexus, Camosun College’s student newspaper. Read it HERE.

This is Great Material reviewed

Read a Review of the Gallery Gachet's exhibition This is Great Material, which included SCA alumni Krystle Coughlin Silverfox, in the Femme Art Review. Read it HERE.

Todd, Wallace, and Zubot in VIFF AMP 2020

SCA film alumni and director Loretta Todd and the composers for her film Monkey Beach, Russell Wallace and Jesse Zubot, are presenting as part of the The Art of Composition panel for the Vancouver International Film Festival's AMP 2020 series. Read more HERE.

Tam in As dreams are made

Tickets are on sale for Music on Main's As dreams are made concert series, which runs October 6-11, 2020, featuring new music by SCA alumni Nancy Tam. Read more HERE.

Prost's Main Squeeze in the SQFF

SCA alumni (and current MFA in Film at UBC) Brendan Prost's film Main Squeeze is screening as part of the Seattle Queer Film Festival, which runs October 15 – 25, 2020. Read more HERE.

Smith's Watching Us in Dawson City

SCA alumni – and part of the SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement team – Paige Smith's film Watching Us is screening as part of the Dawson City International Short Film Festival, which runs October 2 – 11, 2020. Read more HERE.

Another Q&A with Dai

SCA alumni Howard Dai talks life and theatre after school on the Another Q&A podcast from BCIT's Evolution 107.9 radio. Listen HERE.

Bruton's People Music

Listen to SCA alumni Rebecca Bruton’s new podcast / CJSW Radio show of "field recordings, interviews, and videos," called People's Music, which "showcases the music and songs of newcomers, refugees, and immigrants to Calgary." Listen HERE.

Wei's Artworld – it's an app!

SCA MFA alumni Casey Wei has created an app, called Artworld, which aims to help us "keep track of upcoming events, get to know artists and their works, and familiarize yourself with the community." So far, their "version 1" is "focusing on developing a community of users based in and around the greater Metro Vancouver area." Sign up to be a beta tester and to be on their mailing list at the link HERE.

SCA @ The Dance Centre

While planning your fall arts' streaming options, consider the events by and featuring SCA alumni, including Erika Mitsuhashi, Emmalena Fredriksson, Natalie Tin Yin Gan, and Vanessa Goodman, in The Dance Centre's ongoing season. Read more HERE.