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Performance Art Results

Media:

McKay, D. (2012). ‘Thingamajig’ in Paraoxides. McClelland and Stewart.

McKay, D. (2011). We’re Not the Centre of the Universe [Audio recording of reading]. Vancouver, BC: Vancouver International Writers Festival.

 

YouAreVeryStarThe Electric Company (2011). You Are Very Star. Dir. David Hudgins. H.R. Macmillan Space Centre, Vancouver, BC. December 2011. Performance. Online Trailer. Online presence here and here.

 

Magnanensi, Giorgio (2012) Teatro della Udito. Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability, Vancouver, BC. March 28 2012. Music performance.

 

 

 

March18Kaplan, Derek (2012). A Point Subtracted from the World: An Immersive Essay in Rock Cut Architecture. Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability, Vancouver, BC. March 28 2012. Exhibition. Online presence here.

 

 

 

Conference Presentations:

Hebert, J., and Maggs, D. (2011). ‘Comparative Analysis of the Experience of Publicity, Privacy, and Ubiquity in Public Engagement Efforts: The Theatre and the Street’. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Internet Researchers (IR 12.0), Seattle, USA (October 12, 2011).

Maggs, D. (2011). “Art, Environment and the Imaginary World” Keynote – Performing Arts and Education Conference, Stratford, Ontario (June 2011).

Maggs, D. (2012). “Art, Science and Sustainability: Rethinking the Relationships”. Presentation at the AAAS Conference, Vancouver, BC (February, 2012).

Maggs, D. (2012). “The Greenest City Conversations – Art and Sustainability: Metaphors for an Emergent World”. Poster Presentation at the GRAND Conference, Montreal, PQ (May, 2012).

Media Coverage:

Poetry – ‘Thingamajig’ in Paraoxides by Don McKay (McClelland and Stewart, 2012)
CBC Book Review
Quill and Quire Book ReviewEvent review on Pebbles and Buttons
Kingston Writers Festival
Book review in The Chronicle Herald

Theatre – You Are Very Star, Electric Company
Review by Vanchick
Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance
Profile of Kevin Kerr on Sad Mag

Architecture – Derek Kaplan – A Point Subtracted from the World: An Immersive Essay in Rock Cut Architecture
Profile on Archinect

 

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