SCA | Quick News | September 25, 2020
Radul'll be your Graz Mirror
The SCA's Judy Radul has made Graz Mirror, a free Artist edition for steirischer herbst and Paranoia TV. Paranoia TV is also presenting a discussion about the work, hosted by sex educationist Hanna Rohn, on September 25 at 17:00 (Graz time). Read more HERE.
Bitter / Weber in Spaces of No Control
The SCA’s Sabine Bitter and her longtime collaborator Helmut Weber are in the exhibition Spaces of No Control, curated by Walter Seidel, at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York, which runs October 1, 2020 – January 10, 2021, opening virtually via YouTube. Read more HERE.
Yoon's Untunnelling Vision
The SCA's Jin-me Yoon is giving an artist talk on Friday, October 2, 2020, at 3 PM – 5 PM (UTC-06), in support of her exhibition Untunnelling Vision, which runs October 1 – December 12, 2020, at TRUCK Contemporary Art in Calgary, co-presented by M:ST Performative Art. Read more HERE.
Bridge films Oke
Eigenfeldt at ISEA
The SCA's Arne Eigenfeldt will be presenting a talk on Unauthorized, his collaborative work with dancer Kathryn Ricketts and his musebots, at the 2020 online edition of the International Symposium on Electronic Art. Read more HERE.
Mercer's Hekademia at the New York LGBTQ Film Festival
SCA alumni Gloria Mercer's short film Hekademia will be premiering at NewFest's 2020 New York LGBTQ Film Festival, which runs online October 16 – 27, as part of the Dream a Little Dream With Me collection of shorts. Read more HERE.
Telfer-Wan at Local Sightings
SCA alumni Charlotte Telfer-Wan's dance short film, Small Space and Big Spaces, will be screened at the Northwest Film Forum's Local Sightings Film Festival, which runs September 18 – 27, 2020. Read more HERE.
Kim v Impark
Saleken's Dummy Factor at Deep in the Heart
The SCA’s Corbin Saleken will be talking The Dummy Factor online on Sunday, September 27, 2020, at 4:00 PM (Texas time!) with the Deep in the Heart Film Festival. Watch it on the festival's Facebook page HERE.
Farouche Collective in the VIDF
Contreras at Mitchell Art Gallery
SCA alumni Adriana Contreras is part of the exhibition It’s About Time: Dancing Black in Canada 1900 – 1970 and Now, curated by Seika Boye, which is on now at the John & Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery at MacEwan University in Edmonton. Read more HERE.