Sportsmanship — The Art of the Game by Louise Rusch Visiting student from Simon Fraser University Arts & Culture Studies Aristotle defined a worthy life as embodying “intellectual and moral excellence” (Feezell 136). The art of sport is about a
League updates After an impromptu off-season, League has three events in April. Saturday 12 April, 2-4 pm — League play at Satellite Gallery for Canadian Art Gallery Hop Sunday 27 April, noon-2 pm — League play day in Elm Park
Some TED talks on questions of play, games, improvisation, iteration, and innovation. Stuart Brown: Play is more than fun “A pioneer in research on play, Dr. Stuart Brown says humor, games, roughhousing, flirtation and fantasy are more than just fun.
League was conceived in all seriousness as a forum for playing invented games and sports. (Note: next play date is Sunday 30 December.) Why this focus on play, you ask? Isn’t it a frivolous pursuit? This reaction isn’t unexpected. On
When discussing play and art, I was reminded of this piece I was challenged to write four years ago for the art journal Art Lies. The theme of the edition, guest-edited by the curator Stuart Horodner, was “second acts” — the