Nat Taylor Tuesdays presents Two Films by Lev Lewis
Oct 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Nat Taylor Tuesdays presents Two Films by Lev Lewis
October 27, 2020

Join us for our third screening of this year’s Nat Taylor Tuesday series, with an online double-presentation of Lev Lewis’s The Intestine, and his newest short Every Day’s Like This. We’ll be discussing the technicalities of a burgeoning career as an independent Canadian filmmaker, as well as the shifting festival landscape in the face of COVID.

Please join us for this free screening.

DATE: Tuesday, October 27, 2020
TIME: 1:00 – 3:30 PM

Screening Schedule:
1:00 pm: Live introduction on Zoom
1:05 pm: Film screening on Vimeo (links will be live on October 27th)
Every Day’s Like This: A family tries to schedule the medically assisted death of a loved one.
The Intestine: A young woman attempts to better her life by appropriating a rich man’s home.
2:40 pm: Post screening Q&A with filmmaker on Zoom
FREE + open to the public!

Lev Lewis is the co-founder of Lisa Pictures, a Toronto-based production company that has produced a wide roster of acclaimed independent films over the past decade. Lev is the director of The Intestine (2016), and the co-director of Spice It Up (2018). Most recently, he edited and composed the score for White Lie (2019) and directed the short film Every Day’s Like This (2020).

PostScript – October 30th
Oct 30 @ 11:30 am – 3:00 pm



PostScript: A Series on Accessibility, Disability, and Digital Publishing

PostScript is an online series on accessibility, disability, and digital publishing, hosted by Public Access. It will connect artists, researchers, writers, academics, students, publishers, and distributors from around the world who work in publishing and have a stake in, focus on, or interest in issues related to disability and accessibility. By gathering and fostering international connections, Public Access will encourage the development of networks and knowledge sharing.

The name of our event, “PostScript,” simultaneously references a page description language used in publishing applications, the historical problem of seeing accessibility as an “add-on” or afterthought, and the notion that we have increasing opportunities to expand upon the print medium into new modes of accessibility in the digital.

For PostScript, “publishing” includes traditional and nontraditional forms of publishing, emerging forms of storytelling (such as VR/AR/XR), and gaming.

The sessions will be divided into four main categories:

  • Publishing (topics related to publishing professionals);
  • Artists and Writers (topics relating to disabled artists and writers);
  • Contexts (broader contextual discussions); and
  • Best Practices (practical demos and how-to’s).

We have commissioned four artists to create work on the broad themes of accessibility, disability, and digital publishing through an open call in partnership with Tangled Arts + Disability. Click here to visit Tangled Arts + Disability’s website:

A downloadable PDF flyer is available by clicking here.


11:30-1:00 p.m.
Artists and Writers
Digital Storytelling with presenters Caitlin Fisher and Carla Rice; moderated by Mary Bunch

1:00-2:00 p.m.
Best Practices
TBA, with presenter Peter Pavement; moderated by Shital Desai

2:00-3:00 p.m.
Publishing Futures with presenters Michaela Pnacekova and Selim Harbi; moderated by Patricio Davila



PostScript is completely free of charge and open to the public. It will be held on the videoconferencing platform Zoom. Every session will include ASL interpretation and live captioning. Some sessions will include graphic recording. If you require any other accessibility measures, please contact us by emailing

To find out more about Zoom’s own built-in accessibility features, please visit


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For inquiries, please email

Department of Music Information Week
Nov 2 – Nov 6 all-day

Department of Music Information Week
November 2 – 6, 2020

Throughout the week, we will be posting about the Music program. This is your opportunity to peer into our spaces, see what our current students are working on, discover the experiential education we offer at York University, and learn what our alumni are up to today. Please register for our Webinar, and follow us @YorkuAMPD on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Music: Webinar
Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Join Professor and Department of Music Chair, Louise Wrazen, for a unique opportunity to discover more about the Music program and what makes York University a great place to study. You’ll come away feeling knowledgeable, welcomed and more confident about choosing your educational path.

Music: Students Only!
Date: Thursday, November 5, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:15 pm
Instagram Live

Join us for and Instagram Live Event hosted by two current Music students. This is a fantastic opportunity to engage directly with our students, ask questions, and receive their unfiltered perspective of York University.


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