Written By: Lucia Llano
Think you know all there is to know about AMPD? Now’s your chance to prove it! Take our super tough AMPD quiz and see how much you know about the faculty you’ve devoted so much of your life to!
Written By: Lucia Llano
Written By: Chevon
Someone once asked me if I was an Artist or a Creative. My response was “What is the difference anyway? Aren’t all Artists also Creatives and all Creatives, Artists?” The distinction between the two can be difficult to identify until both are more clearly defined. Artists are experts, masters in their art form. Creatives, on the other hand, are those with the ability to make new things or think of new ideas. They are imaginative, innovative, and experimental, but not necessarily professional as Artists are. Read More
Written by: Madeleine
Have you heard of playGround? I mean, obviously you’ve heard of playgrounds before; after all, we were all 5-years-old once. But I’m not talking about those kinds of playgrounds; I’m talking about playGround Festival (the capitalization here is VERY important)! playGround is like York’s very own Fringe festival. Students can submit a concept and a script of a monodrama, and from that, a panel of students collectively picks the final line up.
Written by: Peter Widdrington
I’ve been around the block when it comes to universities, so I have a little more experience than the average student when it comes to different undergrads. Thanks to this, I think I’ve learned a thing or two about the university experience and how to tailor it to my needs, plus figure out the way to get the most out of it. Read More
Written By: Val Kostyuk
When you think of the Opera, your first thought may be an unpleasant one. Opera tends to get a bad rap because of myths circling around it, scaring away potential audiences. Unlike the implications of these myths, it is truly a fascinating spectacle that is so worthwhile checking out. One might even say that Opera is the grandmother of the modern musical. Let’s deconstruct a few of these myths, and hopefully convince you to see an Opera sooner rather than later! Read More
Written By: Liana Shaw
Hi, I’m Liana! Every month I’ll be taking on a new art form that I’m interested in, and I’ll be working though the process of teaching myself how to do it. This month I’m participating in Inktober!
Inktober is something that artists participate in worldwide during the month of October. Creatives challenge themselves to make art everyday. People use different mediums, but the most popular form that I’ve seen on social media, and the one I will be doing this month, is drawing. I’m hoping to introduce a creative habit into my daily routine, and I’ve also always been impressed by people who can find time to write (and not just type) every day, so I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to explore! Read More
Written by: Lucia Llano
As emerging artists, it is often that we find ourselves promoting our work and constantly seeking support for our art. However, how often do we see a theatre show, a dance performance or visit an art gallery? How often do we actually support our fellow art students?
Written By: Emilio Bernardo-Ciddio
On Saturday, October 21st at 7pm, a collective of university gospel choirs came together to spread love and happiness to their audience in YorkU’s own Tribute Communities Recital Hall.
The performance is an annual event that brings together Toronto student gospel choirs to share their music with each other and with their audiences. This year, the performance brought together the YorkU Gospel Choir (YUGC), the University of Toronto (UofT) Gospel Choir, and the McMaster Gospel Choir. Unfortunately, Humber was not able to make it due to the labour disruption.