Professors Dora Cavallo-Medved, Jasminka Kalajdzic, Victoria Paraschak, and Sigi Torinus will receive the alumni teaching award.
The Noiseborder Ensemble will present new works for sound and video Monday in the Multimedia Studio.
Students enrolled in “Digital Media and Interactivity” will present new performance and installation works Wednesday in SoCA’s multimedia studio.
The Noiseborder Ensemble will present works by Sigi Torinus and Brent Lee, Chris McNamara, Matt Lepain, and Jefferson Hills, with Nicholas Papador and Trevor Pittman, in a free public performance Wednesday, Nov. 21.
In/fuse 25 is set for 7:30 p.m. in room 107 of the Alan Wildeman Centre for Creative Arts. Find more information on the event website.
A concert Friday, March 17, will close the two-week Noiseborder Festival.
Artist Paul Wong will discuss his work Wednesday in the LeBel Building.
In/fuse 23, March 24 in Lambton Tower’s Studio A, will feature new multimedia performance pieces and video art.
Arts professor Sigi Torinus will project her work onto a Berlin landmark Saturday for the German capital’s Festival of Lights.
In a world full of “isms,” it’s only natural to wonder if there’s a danger in becoming too attached to the ideals that drive our actions. But how simple is it for us to become distracted from the paradigms that seemingly define us? And as we go through life, how do we navigate our way through our own beliefs, and those of others, remaining grounded all the while?