Part of what makes Sheridan creative is how we use our spaces for learning, innovation, and collaboration. Building our creative campus includes making space for serendipitous connections between students, faculty, and staff. These connections allow for the building of community, for the generation of new ideas, and the sharing of exciting projects. Sheridan’s Public Creativity Studio is a summer internship program that provides Sheridan students experiential learning experience and the opportunity to collaborate on projects that have a real impact on our campus spaces.
Sheridan students wowed us last Wednesday with a pop-up musical performance as part of Sheridan Pride Week. Fourth-year Bachelor of Music Theatre students Noah Beemer, Emma Burke-Kleinman, Michael Derworiz, Jill Goranson and Kelsi James performed a lively rendition of the title number from The Louder We Get in the SSU atrium on April 3.