St. Lawrence University
Department of Performance and Communication Arts
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The curricular and extra-curricular activities of the department of performance and communication arts (PCA) are guided by a number of fundamental assumptions: • all performances are acts of communication, and all acts of communication are performances; • all humans communicate, and all humans perform; • performance entails not merely the disingenuous act of faking but more important the creative and constructive act of making; • communication entails not merely the transmission and reception of messages but more important the community-inducing communion among humans that the transmission and reception of messages makes possible; • performance and communication are not just acts in which humans sometimes engage but rather the fundamentally humanizing acts that shape who we are and how we negotiate our relationships with others and with the material world in which we live; and • examination of the basic components of performance and communication theory, when coupled with repeated practice in the art of shaping performances and engaging in communicative acts, enables students to become more effective and ethical producers and more discriminating and critical consumers of performances and other communicative behaviors.
Notable Alumni Include:
Faculty Info: Jennifer Baker, Anna Barnard, Sarah Beck, Kerri Canedy, Reslie Cortés, Karen Foster, Selina French, Kirk Fuoss, Dan Gallagher, Randy Hill, Erika Kissam, Juraj Kittler, Allie Rowland, Angela Sweigart-Gallagher, Jennifer Thomas.
San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Has Announced First Season of Programming Featuring Alex Newell and More
February 06, 2020
On the heels of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus' [SFGMC] launch of the public phase of their capital campaign to support the National LGBTQ Center for the Arts, SFGMC Artistic Director Dr. Timothy Seelig and Executive Director Chris Verdugo announced today the first season of programming to take place at the Center.
Colorful Fiber Art By Michelle Drummond Comes to The Pompano Beach Cultural Center
October 15, 2019
The Pompano Beach Cultural Center presents Works by Michelle Drummond, an installation by a Jamaican mixed media artist who creates her work by manipulating multicolored yarn and acrylic paint on canvas. This colorful exhibition will be on view in the Pompano Beach Cultural Center through December 28, 2019. For more information, www.ccpompano.org.
Yokko Returns With EN
August 29, 2019
The visionary mind of performing artist, Yoshiko Usami (AKA Yokko), brings another far-reaching movement and dance piece to New York. EN, sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council, running September 13-15 at Brooklyn's Triskelion Arts, 106 Calyer Street in Brooklyn reflects the deep connections we achieve in our lives - intentionally and unintentionally - positive and negative - for just one moment or for our entire lives.
2019 Minty Awards Gala Honorees Edward Morand, Comedian Richie Byrne And Wagner College's Richard And Carin Guarasci
October 25, 2018
The Minty Organization for the Performing Arts, the non-profit which oversees The Minty Awards, has announced honorees for the 6th Minty Awards Dinner Gala to be held Thursday, January 17 at 7:00pm at Nicotra's Ballroom, The Hilton Garden Inn.
Park City Institute Presents Award-Winning Singer/Songwriter Grace Potter
June 28, 2018
Park City Institute presents multi-talented rock musician, GRACE POTTER, Friday, July 13, 2018 at 6:00 PM, in City Park. The venue is unique to this performance, part of the Institute's 2018 St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Night Concert Series.
Dana Delany, James Earl Jones and More Reunite for One-Night-Only Benefit Reading Of THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA
June 04, 2018
The Acting Company announces the full cast of its one-night-only benefit reading of The Night of the Iguana, Tennessee Williams' feverishly poetic 1961 drama,at The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College (68th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues), on Monday, June 11.