2013 - 2014 Event Season
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September 2013


Trio Estonia promotional image September 25, 2013
1PM
AA 303
The World Rhythyms Performance Lecture Series presents:
Trio Estonia

A unique "across the ocean" musical ensemble, Trio Estonia (Arvo Leibur - violin, Aare Tammesalu - cello, and Norman Reintamm - piano) will bring Estonian music to UTSC and will perform a selection of repertoire written by noted Estonian musicians and composers.

October 2013


ARTSIDEOUT promotional image October 3, 2013
11AM - 11PM
UTSC Campus
ARTSIDEOUT
ARTSIDEOUT is UTSC's largest multidisciplinary arts festival. Now in its sixth year, the day-long festival features a variety of arts events, exhibits, and performances taking place throughout campus! Celebrate the vibrant visual and performing arts culture with us this year at ARTSIDEOUT 2013. For more information, please visit the ARTSIDEOUT website.
KGO Spoken Forum Collective performance promotional image October 21, 2013
9AM - 11AM
Leigha Lee Browne Theatre
Cultural Pluralism in the Arts presents:
And Here We Dwell ...

Through a series of spoken word and forum theatre performances, the Spoken Forum Collective - which includes residents of the Kingston-Galloway-Orton Park area - will lead the audience on an exploration of issues relating to housing, poverty, and discrimination.
Joseph Jomo Pierre artist talk promo image October 30, 2013
11AM - 1PM
Leigha Lee Browne Theatre
The ACM Speaker Series presents:
"Shakespeare's Nigga": From the Block to the Stage

Joseph Jomo Pierre, a Toronto-based playwright, actor, and recent Governor General's Literary Award nominee will discuss issues of representation in Canadian theatre and his development as a playwright. He will also discuss his latest play, Shakespeare's Nigga.

November 2013


Christine Swintak artist talk promo image November 7, 2013
1PM
BV 340
The ACM Studio Visiting Artist Series presents:
Christine Swintak

Christine Swintak is a Toronto-based visual artist who works in a number of media including performance, intervention, installation and multimedia. Her projects include building a full scale ship through collective improvisation, running an election party campaign for the Irish underworld, transforming a dumpster into a luxury boutique hotel, and promoting urban quicksand pits to condo developers.
Chamber Master Class promotional image November 15, 2013
3PM - 5PM
AA 303
The World Rhythms Performance Lecture Series presents:
Chamber Ensemble Master Class

Come and witness a master class session with some of UTSC's various small ensembles performing for members of the Madawaska Ensemble. Admission to the master class is free and everyone is welcome to attend.
Madawaska Quartet performance promotional image November 15, 2013
7PM - 9PM
AA 303
The World Rhythms Concert Series presents:
Madawaska Ensemble with special guest, Guy Yehuda

The Madawaska Ensemble - Sarah Fraser Raff, Amber Ghent, Anna Redekop, Anita Walsh, and Brett Kingsbury - along with special guest clarinetist Guy Yehuda will perform a selection of works composed by Johannes Brahms.
Solo & Ensemble Recital promotional image November 20, 2013
6PM - 7PM
AA 303
ACM - Music & Culture presents:
Solo & Ensemble Recital

Join us for a free concert featuring UTSC Concert Band members performing in small music ensembles.
Clarinet & Piano Recital performance lecture promotional image November 21, 2013
12PM - 1PM
AA 303
The World Rhythyms Performance Lecture Series presents:
“Follow Us”: New and Older Works for Clarinet and Piano

Clarinetist Peter Stoll and pianist Adam Piotr Zukiewicz will perform a selection of contemporary and classical works composed for piano and clarinet. They will also perform a new piece by Order of Canada composer John Beckwith.
Fall Studio Showcase promotional image November 25, 2013
5PM - 6PM
Gallery 1265
3rd floor, Arts & Admin Building
ACM - Studio presents:
Fall Studio Showcase

Join us for a free exhibition featuring new work by ACM's Studio students. Works created by the students in Alexander Irving's Advanced Seminar: Two-Dimensional Work class will be installed in Gallery 1265 and work from Marla Hlady's Studio Practice class will be installed in the 3rd floor of the Arts & Admin Building. The showcase opens at 5pm with an opening reception to follow at 6pm in Rex's Den. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend.
Kristina Lee Podesva artist talk promo image November 27, 2013
1PM
BV 340
The ACM Studio Visiting Artist Series presents:
Kristina Lee Podesva

Kristina Lee Podesva is an artist, writer, educator and editor at Fillip. Her work has been shown internationally at institutions such as Artspeak, Border Gallery, Darling Foundry, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Tate Modern, Dorsky Gallery, and the Power Plant. She currently teaches in the Curatorial Practice and Masters programs at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco and Emily Carr University of Arts + Design.
Fall Flourish promotional image November 30, 2013
7PM - 9PM
AC 223, Academic Resource Centre
ACM - Music & Culture presents:
Fall Flourish: A Celebration of Colour and Movement through Music

Formerly known as the Sounds of the Season concert, Fall Flourish is our renamed end-of-term concert featuring performances by the UTSC Concert Band and UTSC's small ensembles. Come and fill your ears with music as our students perform a selection of classical and contemporary repertoire. Light refreshments will be served. Seating is limited so please arrive early!

December 2013


VPMC90 Class Concert promotional image December 4, 2013
7PM - 9PM
AA 303
ACM - Music & Culture presents:
Materials of Music Recital

The VPMC90 class is hosting a music-filled masquerade party, but the party will quickly turn into a murder mystery once a student dies. Can the compositions of the VPMC90 students give clues as to who the murderer is? Join us in unravelling this mystery. Light refreshments will be served.

January 2014


Promotional image for Andrew Taylor's talk at UTSC promo image January 22, 2014
5PM - 6:30PM
AA 303
The ACM Speaker Series presents:
15 Questions for a Better Arts Business

Andrew Taylor is an author, researcher, consultant, and a faculty member affiliated with the graduate Arts Management program at American University in Washington, DC. Named as one of the 50 Most Powerful and Influential People in the Non-Profit Arts Sector in the US, he specializes in business model development for cultural initiatives and the impact of communications technology on the arts. Admission to the lecture is free and open to everyone.
Concert Choir performance of Carmen promo image January 24, 2014
7:30PM
Trinity Presbyterian Church
The Opera By Request Series presents:
Georges Bizet's Carmen

Featuring UTSC's Concert Choir, directed by Lenard Whiting. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by calling 416-455-2365. For more information, please visit the Opera By Request website.

February 2014


There and Back Again exhibition promo image February 3 - 13, 2014
Doris McCarthy Gallery
The Doris McCarthy Gallery presents:
There and Back Again

There and Back Again is an exhibition of work by artists associated with the Studio program in the Department of Arts, Culture & Media at the University of Toronto Scarborough. Featuring painting, drawing, video, sculpture and installation, the exhibition offers the opportunity to learn about the professional practice of those that teach in the Studio program, all of whom regularly exhibit locally, nationally and internationally. For more information, please visit the Doris McCarthy Gallery's website.
Promotional image for Louise Noguchi's artist talk at UTSC February 25, 2014
1PM - 2PM
BV 340
The ACM - Studio Visiting Artist Series presents:
Louise Noguchi

Louise Noguchi challenges her audience with themes that pose psychological questions. Using photography, sculpture and other media, Noguchi’s concepts confront the spectator’s notions of identity, perception and reality. She is a professor in the Art and Art History Program, a collaborative joint program between the University of Toronto Mississauga and Sheridan College where she teaches photography and performance-based art. The ACM - Studio Visiting Artist Series is co-produced with the Doris McCarthy Gallery.

March 2014


The Crucible promo image March 13-15, 2014
March 20-22, 2014
Time TBA
LL Browne Theatre
ACM - Theatre & Performance Studies presents:
Arthur Miller's The Crucible

Based on the Salem, Massachusetts witch trials of 1692, which resulted in the execution of twenty innocent people, Arthur Miller’s timelessly relevant drama The Crucible explores the tragic effects of mass fear, guilt, suspicion, superstition and private vengeance on a repressed and divided community. Ticket prices: $10 - Adults, $8 - Students/Seniors, $5 - Group Rate (10+). Tickets can be purchased online or in-person from Arts & Events Programming's office (AA 339/341).
End of Year Juried Showcase promo image March 20, 2014
5PM - 7PM

ACM - Studio presents:
End of Year Juried Showcase

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media's Studio students present their work in a special end of year juried studio exhibition. Artwork will be installed in Gallery 1265 and throughout the 3rd floor of the Arts & Administration building and will be juried by Diana Hosseini, Heather Keung, and Mark Dudiak. An awards ceremony and reception will start at 5PM in the Meeting Place (outside of Gallery 1265).
Spring Awakening promo image March 29, 2014
7PM - 9PM
AC 223, Academic Resource Centre
ACM - Music & Culture presents:
Spring Awakening

Music is in full bloom as the UTSC Concert Choir and the UTSC Concert Band perform a selection of classical and contemporary repertoire during their annual end-of-term performance. Admission to the concert is free and everyone is welcome to join us for an evening of beautiful music. Light refreshments will be served.

April 2014


Materials of Music Recital promo image April 2, 2014
7:30PM
AA 303, Arts & Administration Building
ACM - Music & Culture presents:
Spring, Strings, Flutes, and Other Things

After a semester spent studying harmony, musical forms, analysis and composition with Professor Sasha Rapoport, a group of ACM's Music & Culture students are hosting an evening concert where they will perform their own original compositions. Admission to the concert is free and everyone is welcome to attend. However, due to limited seating, we ask that guests RSVP online.
UTSC & OBA Chamber Music Festival promo image April 8 - 10, 2014
Times TBA
L. L. Browne Theatre
The University of Toronto Scarborough and the Ontario Band Association present:
The 5th Annual UTSC & OBA Chamber Music Festival

For more information or to register, please visit the Ontario Band Association website.
Off-Campus Exhibition promo image April 9 - 13, 2014
12PM - 6:30PM
Artscape Youngplace
180 Shaw Street


ACM - Studio presents:
Matthew and Friends

Our annual off-campus studio exhibition featuring new works created by ACM's senior Studio students. An opening reception will be held on Wednesday, April 9 from 6PM to 9PM. Further details will be announced shortly - check back soon for more information.

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