SCA | Quick News | October 28, 2022
Silverfox on the CBC and in the Sobey Art Award Exhibition
Listen to SCA alumnus and Sobey Art Award finalist Krystle Silverfox (who's been posting some great exhibition install shots of her Instagram) on CBC/Radio-Canada's Airplay. Listen HERE. Silverfox and the other Sobey finalists will be at the National Gallery of Canada on Saturday, October 29, from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM as part of an Open House to celebrate The Sobey Art Award Exhibition, which runs October 28, 2022 – March 12, 2023. More HERE. Finally, read a great text by SCA alumnus and Polygon Gallery curator Elliott Ramsey on Silverfox's portion of the exhibition in the National Gallery of Canada's Magazine. We're rooting for you, Krystle!
Eigenfeldt on Clayton duty – tonight!
Is a tribute band a form of costume? Find out tonight – Friday, October 28, 2022, at 8:00 PM sharp! – at The Roxy Cabaret for this Halloween-adjacent show with Surrender, the U2 tribute band featuring the SCA's Arne Eigenfeldt on Adam Clayton duty. Grab tickets HERE.
Yoon’s Untunnelling Vision discussed
Tracing "the processes of research, relation-making, and audio-visual synesthetic form involved in the durational creation of Jin-me Yoon’s Untunnelling Vision," the Vancouver Art Gallery hosted 'The Art of Living amid the Rubble of Sedimented Histories: Here and There, Then and When' with Sasha Su-Ling Welland, on Friday, October 28, 2022, presented in support of Yoon's exhibition About Time, which runs October 15, 2022 – March 5, 2023 at the VAG (and has an excellent publication to go with it, too). With respondents Olivia Michiko Gagnon and Allen Baylosis and moderation by Olivia Lim, the event was presented in partnership with Asian Canadian & Asian Migration Studies UBC and SFU's David Lam Centre. Also, Janet Smith reviewed About Time for Stir Vancouver. Read it HERE.
Marks talks The Canterbury Tales
The SCA's Laura U. Marks joins Jon Beasley-Murray, Ervin Malakaj, and, Stephen Partridge to discuss Pier Paolo Pasolini's The Canterbury Tales, following a FREE screening of the film at The Cinematheque on Thursday, November 10, 2022, at 7:00 PM, presented as part of “Cinema Thinks the World,” a partnership project between the University of British Columbia and The Cinematheque. More HERE.
Priest's UK tour
The SCA's Eldritch Priest will be giving public talks at University of Huddersfield (November 2) and Oxford University (November 9) on the techno-genesis of earworms, and at Goldsmiths University (November 3) and the Royal Academy of Art (November 8) on the Chernobyl Zone of Exclusion.
Quatuor Bozzini plays O'Callaghan
Quatuor Bozzini will be performing SCA alumnus James O'Callaghan's pre-echo (after empties) at Hellerau – Europäisches Zentrum der Künste (Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 56 01109 Dresden) on Sunday, November 6, 2022, as part of a concert (also featuring work by Simon Martin, Alexandre David, and Tanya Tagaq) connected to a joint Québec – Dresden residency program, presented by the Goethe-Institut Montreal, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ), Groupe Le Vivier and Hellerau. More HERE.
Bukhari in Hope
SCA alumnus Minahil Bukhari is part of the exhibition أَمَلَ ਉਮੀਦ امید आशा Hope at the Two Rivers Gallery (725 Canada Games Way, Prince George), which runs October 28, 2022 – February 5, 2023. More HERE.
Gray in The Maker's Mark
Peripheral Review's 2022 annual print publication
Peripheral Review, which has SCA alumnus Lauren Lavery as its editor, has released their 2022 annual print publication, which "is a collection of published essays, reviews, interviews and experimental responses published on our website in 2021 and 2022." More HERE.
Rahi in lab30
Mochizuki install shots
See some sweet installation photos by Sean Fenzl of SCA alumnus Cindy Mochizuki's Tides & Moons: Herring Capital, which runs at the Nanaimo Art Gallery from October 22, 2022 – January 08, 2023. See them HERE.
Carter talks Residuals (住み・墨) – watch a trailer, too
Read an interview with SCA alumnus Shion Skye Carter on The Dance Centre's blog. Read it HERE. Carter's Residuals (住み・墨) premieres November 4 & 5, 2022, at 7:00 PM at the Dance Centre. Also, watch a trailer for Residuals (住み・墨) HERE.
Spine of the Mother in Whistler
Raven Spirit Dance's Spine of the Mother, performed by SCA alumni Tasha Faye Evans and Marisa Antoinette Gold, and with projection design by SCA alumnus Sammy Chien, is running as part of Arts Whistler Live!, running Friday, October 28, 2022, at 8:00 PM (doors at 7:00 PM) at the Maury Young Arts Centre. More HERE.
BLINK: A Fundraiser Evening of 60 Second Performances
rice & beans theatre (which has SCA alumnus Pedro Chamale as its artistic director) and LeakyHeaven's Halloween-adjacent BLINK: A Fundraiser Evening of 60 Second Performances, "a night of 60 second performances ranging from G to PG-13 to X-rated, with drinks, music & dancing," which includes a cavalcade of SCA folks on stage, runs Friday, October 28, 2022, from 8:00 PM – 11:30 PM at the Russian Hall (600 Campbell Avenue, Vancouver). More HERE.
Tam and Jacob‘s Double Happiness in Stir
Read Alexander Varty in Stir Vancouver on SCA alumnus Nancy Tam and Robyn Jacob‘s Double Happiness: Detour This Way, which is being presented as part of Music on Main's Modulus Festival, running November 3 – 8, 2022. Read it HERE.
Kotowich's Kisiskâciwan at Tangente Danse
SCA alumnus Jeanette Kotowich's Kisiskâciwan, which includes SCA alumnus Deanna Peters as "producer/outside eye," runs November 2 – 6, 2022, at Tangente Danse (1435, De Bleury Street, Montréal). Update: all shows are sold out! More HERE.
O'Brien's Dream Home Manifestation Guide
Search out SCA alumnus Keely O'Brien's Dream Home Manifestation Guide, produced as part of her Blue Cabin residency, was distributed to select real estate magazine boxes around Richmond. Get looking! More HERE.
SCA in The Array
Upcoming! 3 COMPANIES, 3 NIGHTS, ONE THEME! Upintheair Theatre presents The Array: Beyond the Knowledge Of Humankind, produced with Art Action Earwig 예술행동그룹 이어위그 (which includes SCA alumnus Minah Lee) and A Wake of Vultures (the performance collective of SCA alumni Conor Wylie, Nancy Tam, and Daniel O'Shea), on December 1 – 3, 2022, at 7:30 PM at What Lab (1814 Pandora St., Vancouver). More HERE.
Trailer for Smith's Watching You Watching Me
Watch a trailer for SCA alumnus Paige Smith's exhibition, Watching You Watching Me, which opens Tuesday, November 1, 2022, at 12:00 PM, with a 7:00 PM screening Paige's film, Watching Us, followed by a Q&A. Featuring video projection, video installation, 16mm film projection, and photography, Watching You Watching Me runs November 1 – 3 at Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society’s blackbox studio (1131 Howe Street, Vancouver). Watch HERE.
Ritual-Spective 迴融 in STAND Festival
SCA alumnus Sammy Chien and Chimerik 似不像 are preseting Ritual-Spective 迴融 as part of the STAND Festival, "a live and online celebration by & for immigrant and refugee performing artists," which runs November 2 – 8, 2022, co-presented by Blackout Art Society and Presentation House Theatre. Chien will be leading a (limited capacity: 45 participants) Collective Workshop on November 5 at Presentation House Theatre (333 Chesterfield Ave, North Vancouver). More HERE.
Blood Red Roses from Songs For a Lost Pod
Watch a video of the song Blood Red Roses from SCA alumnus Leah Abramson's Songs For a Lost Pod, which included the SCA's Barbara Adler, Kyla Gardiner, and Megan Stewart as part of the production. Watch it HERE.
SCA in The Things that Dreams are Made of
Longview plans: SCA alumni Anya Saugstad and Eowynn Enquist (as part of the CAMP dance collective) are performing in The Things that Dreams are Made of on June 2 & 3, 2023, at 7:00 at the Capilano University's BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts (2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver), presented by Lamondance. More HERE.
SCA in Co.ERASGA's Studio Salon Series
SCA alumni Rachel Maddock and Sarah U 余衍晴 and current SCA MFA student Alexandra Caprara are participating in Co.ERASGA's Studio Salon Series on November 25 & 26, 2022, at 5:00 PM, at What Lab (#202-1814 Pandora St., Vancouver). Take note: In-person audience capacity is limited to 30 people. More HERE.