Events

Sep
28
Mon
Visual Art and Art History Information Week
Sep 28 – Oct 2 all-day

Visual Art and Art History Information Week
September 28 – October 2, 2020

Throughout the week, we will be posting about the Visual Art and Art History 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.

Visual Art and Art History: Webinar
Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
REGISTER NOW

Join Professor, Brandon Vickerd, for a unique opportunity to discover more about the Visual Art and Art History 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.

Visual Art and Art History: Students Only!
Date: Thursday, October 1, 2020
Time: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Instagram Live

Join us for and Instagram Live Event hosted by two current Visual Art and Art History 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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Oct
2
Fri
PostScript – October 2nd
Oct 2 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 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: https://tangledarts.org

A downloadable PDF flyer is available by clicking here.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2020

1:00-2:00 p.m.
Publishing 
Academic Publishing and Accessibility with presenters Amy Rollason and Ryan Van Huijstee; moderated by Shawn Newman

2:00-3:00 p.m.
Artists and Writers
Artists on Disability and Art Publishing with presenters Logan MacDonald and jes sachse; moderated by Tobaron Waxman

3:00-4:00 p.m.
Artists and Writers
Artist Presentation by artist Hannah Bullock; moderated by Sean Lee

REGISTER FOR OCTOBER 2 SESSIONS BY CLICKING HERE: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_dYJaNZz4TJu4Ws1KHjkmWA

ACCESSIBILITY

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 public@yorku.ca.

To find out more about Zoom’s own built-in accessibility features, please visit https://zoom.us/accessibility.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please sign up for the Public Access mailing list for programming and schedule updates. The sign-up form for our mailing list is available on our home page, here: http://www.publicjournal.ca

For inquiries, please email public@yorku.ca.

Oct
3
Sat
Future Students: AMPD at National Portfolio Day Toronto (October 24, 2020)
Oct 3 – Nov 21 all-day

Future Students: AMPD at National Portfolio Day Toronto

Are you considering post-secondary studies in Design or Visual Art? Visit our virtual booth at National Portfolio Day in Toronto.

Please have a portfolio of your best work ready to receive one-on-one feedback from our faculty members.

Featured programs:
York University Visual Art – Studio Art – BFA
York Program in Design – BDes

Our professors are professional artists and designers who practice and exhibit their work internationally. They’ll be on hand to review your work and give you useful tips on perfecting your portfolio.

We look forward to meeting you and seeing your work!
Admission is free.

AMPD at National Portfolio Day Toronto
DATE: Saturday, October 24, 2020
TIME: 12-4pm (EST)
REGISTER NOW

For more information please visit https://nationalportfolioday.org/

AMPD Visual Art – Studio Art will also be present at the following dates/times:
Minneapolis: October 3, 2020 (10 AM -2 PM MST)
Boston: October 4, 2020 (12 PM – 4 PM EST)
Chicago: October 18, 2020 (11 AM – 3 PM EST)
Toronto/ New York/ Philadelphia: October 24, 2020 (12 PM – 4 PM EST)
Washington: November 1, 2020 – (12 PM – 4 PM EST)
West Michigan/ Grand Rapids: November 8, 2020- (12 PM – 4 PM EST)
Vancouver: November 15, 2020 – (9 AM – 1 PM PST)
Cincinnati: November 21, 2020 – (12 PM – 4 PM EST)

AMPD Design will also be present at the following dates/times:
Boston: October 4, 2020 (12 PM – 4 PM EST)
Chicago: October 18, 2020 (11 AM – 3 PM EST)
Toronto/ New York/ Philadelphia: October 24, 2020 (12 PM – 4 PM EST)
Washington: November 1, 2020 – (12 PM – 4 PM EST)
Vancouver/ Seattle: November 15, 2020 – (9 AM – 1 PM PST)

 

 

York University: Your Fall “First Look”
Oct 3 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
York University: Your Fall "First Look" @ Virtual

York University
Your Fall “First Look”

Get your first look at all that York University has to offer. From programs to admission, students to campus life and everything in between, join us online for what is sure to be one of our best events of the year!

You will have the chance to connect directly with recruitment, current students and admissions.

DATE: October 3, 2020
TIME: 10 AM – 2 PM
REGISTER NOW

TAKE A TOUR

The Royal Conservatory Music Fair
Oct 3 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
The Royal Conservatory Music Fair @ Virtual

The Royal Conservatory Music Fair

Join us at the virtual Royal Conservatory Music Fair and pursue post-secondary studies in music at York University!

The Royal Conservatory of Music is pleased to bring together leading post-secondary institutions from across North America to provide music students with an opportunity to explore all of their post-secondary and post-graduate options in music virtually.

Meet with The Department of Music, School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design at York University in the Expo area as well as during showcase presentations.

Career Options: Explore programs and different fields of music to help launch your career.

Program Requirements: Have all your questions answered regarding admission requirements and program structure.

The Royal Conservatory Music Fair: Virtual Event
The Department of Music, School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design

DATE: Saturday, October 3, 2020
TIME: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Free Admission
REGISTER NOW

MORE INFORMATION

Oct
5
Mon
Department of Design Information Week
Oct 5 – Oct 9 all-day

Department of Design Information Week
October 5 – 9, 2020

Throughout the week, we will be posting about the Design 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.

Design: Webinar
Date: Wednesday, October 7, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
REGISTER NOW

Join Department of Design professors David Cabianca and Gabi Schaffzin for a unique opportunity to discover more about our program and what makes Design at York the top destination in Canada to study design. They will give you an overview of the program with lots of examples of student work that exemplify the hands-on learning and professional skills that make our graduates in demand.  You’ll come away feeling knowledgeable, welcomed, and more confident about choosing your educational pathway in design.

Design: Students Only!
Date: Thursday, October 8, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Instagram Live

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

 

Follow Us on social media

 

 

Oct
9
Fri
PostScript – October 9th
Oct 9 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 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: https://tangledarts.org

A downloadable PDF flyer is available by clicking here.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2020

1:00-2:00 p.m.
Contexts
Epistemic Injustice and Knowledge Co-Creation with presenters Jutta Treviranus, nancy viva davis halifax, and Liza Kim Jackson; moderated by Eliza Chandler

2:00-3:30 p.m.
Artists and Writers
Mishearing’s Queer Potential: Poetry Workshop with Noa/h Fields and Stefania Gomez; moderated by Max Ferguson

REGISTER FOR OCTOBER 9 SESSIONS BY CLICKING HERE: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pzjSY79jTnio5tzjnh3ReQ

ACCESSIBILITY

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 public@yorku.ca.

To find out more about Zoom’s own built-in accessibility features, please visit https://zoom.us/accessibility.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please sign up for the Public Access mailing list for programming and schedule updates. The sign-up form for our mailing list is available on our home page, here: http://www.publicjournal.ca

For inquiries, please email public@yorku.ca.

Oct
16
Fri
PostScript – October 16th
Oct 16 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 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: https://tangledarts.org

A downloadable PDF flyer is available by clicking here.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16

1:00-2:00 p.m.
Best Practices
Modern Digital Publishing: Born Accessible with presenters George Kerscher, Farrah Little, and Daniella Levy-Pinto; moderated by Devon Healey

2:00-3:00 p.m.
Publishing
Exploring Games, VR, and Mental Landscapes with presenters Samantha Cook and Najmeh Khalili-Mahani; moderated by Sarah Stang

3:00-4:00 p.m.
Artists and Writers
Artist Presentation by artist Christine Wu; moderated by Max Ferguson

REGISTER FOR OCTOBER 16 SESSIONS BY CLICKING HERE: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RdEsvt-vT3-fnan19ufthQ

ACCESSIBILITY

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 public@yorku.ca.

To find out more about Zoom’s own built-in accessibility features, please visit https://zoom.us/accessibility.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please sign up for the Public Access mailing list for programming and schedule updates. The sign-up form for our mailing list is available on our home page, here: http://www.publicjournal.ca

For inquiries, please email public@yorku.ca.

Oct
19
Mon
Department of Theatre Information Week
Oct 19 – Oct 23 all-day

Department of Theatre Information Week
October 19 – 23, 2020

Throughout the week, we will be posting about the Theatre 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.

Theatre: Webinar
Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
REGISTER NOW

Join Professor and Department of Theatre Chair, Marlis Schweitzer, for a unique opportunity to discover more about the Theatre 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.

Theatre: Students Only!
Date: Thursday, October 22, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Instagram Live

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

 

Follow Us on social media

 

 

Oct
23
Fri
PostScript – October 23rd
Oct 23 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 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: https://tangledarts.org

A downloadable PDF flyer is available by clicking here.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23

1:00-2:00 p.m.
Artists and Writers
The Beauty and Risk of Building #CripLit in Colonial Canada, curated and moderated by Aimee Louw

2:00-3:00 p.m.
Best Practices
Towards More Accessible Communication Design with presenter Adam Rallo; moderated by Emily Cook

3:00-4:00 p.m.
Artists and Writers
Artist Presentation by artist Rachel Gray; moderated by Max Ferguson

REGISTER FOR OCTOBER 23 SESSIONS BY CLICKING HERE: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Qkny9Y82T124cnPFYMM3SA

ACCESSIBILITY

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 public@yorku.ca.

To find out more about Zoom’s own built-in accessibility features, please visit https://zoom.us/accessibility.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please sign up for the Public Access mailing list for programming and schedule updates. The sign-up form for our mailing list is available on our home page, here: http://www.publicjournal.ca

For inquiries, please email public@yorku.ca.

Oct
26
Mon
Cinema & Media Arts Information Week
Oct 26 – Oct 30 all-day

Cinema & Media Arts Information Week
October 26 – 30, 2020

Throughout the week, we will be posting about the Cinema & Media Arts 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.

Cinema & Media Arts: Webinar
Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
REGISTER NOW

Join Professor and Department of Dance Chair, Caitlin Fisher, for a unique opportunity to discover more about the Cinema & Media Arts 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.

Cinema & Media Arts: Students Only!
Date: Thursday, October 29, 2020
Time: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Instagram Live

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

 

Follow Us on social media

 

 

Oct
30
Fri
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: https://tangledarts.org

A downloadable PDF flyer is available by clicking here.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30

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.
Contexts/Publishing
Publishing Futures with presenters Michaela Pnacekova and Selim Harbi; moderated by Patricio Davila

REGISTER FOR OCTOBER 30 SESSIONS BY CLICKING HERE: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__c6-rtwTQK-juY8BrI0aCA

ACCESSIBILITY

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 public@yorku.ca.

To find out more about Zoom’s own built-in accessibility features, please visit https://zoom.us/accessibility.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please sign up for the Public Access mailing list for programming and schedule updates. The sign-up form for our mailing list is available on our home page, here: http://www.publicjournal.ca

For inquiries, please email public@yorku.ca.

Nov
2
Mon
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
REGISTER NOW

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 – 5:30 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.

 

Follow Us on social media

 

 

Nov
9
Mon
Department of Dance Information Week
Nov 9 – Nov 13 all-day

Department of Dance Information Week
November 9 – 13, 2020

Throughout the week, we will be posting about the Dance 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.

Dance: Webinar
Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
REGISTER NOW

Join Professor and Department of Dance Chair, Susan Cash, for a unique opportunity to discover more about the Dance 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.

Dance: Students Only!
Date: Thursday, November 12, 2020
Time: 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Instagram Live

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

 

Follow Us on social media

 

 

Nov
16
Mon
Computational Arts Information Week
Nov 16 – Nov 20 all-day

Computational Arts Information Week
November 16 – 20, 2020

Throughout the week, we will be posting about the Computational Arts 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.

Computational Arts: Webinar
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
REGISTER NOW

Join Professor and Department of Dance Chair, Mark-David Hosale, for a unique opportunity to discover more about the Computational Arts 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.

Computational Arts: Students Only!
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2020
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Instagram Live

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

 

Follow Us on social media