Artists and Scholars-in-Residence


 Sook-Yin Lee

Winter 2019: Sook- Yin Lee

Sook-Yin Lee is a filmmaker, musician, actor, artist, dance-maker and radio & TV broadcaster. The former MuchMusic VJ hosted and co-produced the award-winning personal storytelling program DNTO on CBC Radio One and returned with the acclaimed podcast, Sleepover. She starred in John Cameron Mitchell’s groundbreaking LGBTQ movie Shortbus, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Year of the Carnivore, Lee’s feature film debut as writer-director starring Cristin Milioti, premiered at TIFF. 


Narrative Performance Experimentation and Meet & Greet with Sook-Yin Lee

  • Mon. Jan. 21, 11 - 1:30pm in the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre

Beyond the Q-line: Radical Encounters in Interviewing (preceded by a Meet and Greet luncheon - please bring your own lunch BYOL)

  • Wed. Feb. 13, 1 - 3pm in HL001

A Strange Path: Unpacking Artistry, Film-making and Broadcasting 

  • Mon. Mar. 4, 12 - 2pm in AA303

Fall 2018: Red Dress Productions

Red Dress Productions (RDP) creates interdisciplinary art, performance, and visual public artworks. Much of RDP’s work includes elements of social-engagement or interactivity that dilutes boundaries of artistic and social convention between subject and object, and audience and performer/artist. 

Anna Camilleri and Tristan R. Whiston co-founded Red Dress Productions in 2005, and have since acted as artistic co-directors. They have a combined 40+ years of experience as multidisciplinary artists, and have been recognized with distinctions from the LAMBDA Literary Foundation, the Association of Independent Publishers, the American Library of Congress (book works), and the Premios Ondas and the New York Festivals (international radio broadcasting).