Centre For Art Tapes has an exciting opportunity coming up!
Summer Video Academy is a summer camp experience designed to give youth aged 13-17 fundamental understanding of film and video making. They will also learn aspects and genres of production from an industry professional.
This hands-on creative project will allow youth to tap into DIY concepts and will be geared towards their specific interests, including animation, documentary and Greenscreen live-action. The five-day camp will generate a short film that can be shared with family and friends.
The program runs August 11 – 15, 2014
Instructor: Luckas Cardona
In person: Centre for Art Tapes
2238 Maitland Street
By phone: 902-422-6822
Via email: email@example.com
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NOCTURNE ART AT NIGHT FESTIVAL 2014
THE 2014 CALL FOR INDEPENDENT PROJECTS IS NOW OPEN!
Information sessions will be held at the Propeller Brewery at 2015 Gottingen Street.
May 13th 5:30pm – 7:30pm
May 28th 5:30pm – 730pm
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Last Drop Screening & Artist Talk with filmmaker Steeven K. Sampassa
Please join us at the Academy NSCAD campus on Thursday March 13th for the first East Coast screening of The Last Drop followed by an artist talk with filmmaker Steeven K. Sampassa
Event will begin @ 5:30pm in the Theatre (Room 208)
Come for pre-screening refreshments and snacks @ 5pm
NSCAD University Academy Building
Steeven K. Sampassa is an emerging filmmaker from Ottawa, Ontario who, as of 6 years ago, began to feed his creative urge through directing and producing films including, most recently, Last Drop and Keegans Choice. As a filmmaker, he considers his work to be an ever-evolving process of artistic growth. Inspired by gothic styles and film noir concepts, his practice is driven by curiosity and creativity. It pushes him into ever-deepening inquiries on the human condition.
Progressing from poetry and short story to script, Steeven K. hopes to create a space within which the viewer is forced to re-evaluate his or her own preconceptions of the world. This filmmaker invites his viewers to set aside these attitudes and allow themselves to watch and feel first and foremost. Steeven K.’s work can be perceived as a view of society from a different angle, considering humanities true conflict with itself and with Nature.
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Atlantic Canadian premiere of The Punk Singer
Kick off your March Break with Rebel Girl Halifax Rock Camp and Kathleen Hanna!
Rebel Girl Halifax Rock Camp (in partnership with NSCAD’s Radical Forms Foundation class) present to you the Atlantic Canadian premiere of The Punk Singer – a powerful documentary about the life of Kathleen Hanna (Bikini Kill, Le Tigre, Julie Ruin).
Directed by Sini Anderson, The Punk Singer is a look at the life of activist, musician, and cultural icon Kathleen Hanna, who formed the punk band Bikini Kill and was a pioneer of the “riot grrrl” movement of the 1990s.
Proceeds from the screening will go to support Rebel Girl Halifax Rock Camp, a non-profit organization offering music-related workshops and an annual summer camp to young women who identify as female, trans* or are gender non-conforming.
Rebel Girl Halifax Rock Camp will host their second Rock Camp August 2014 (Aug 5-9 for ages 8-12, Aug 11-16 for ages 12 and up) where local female musicians will lead workshops, band practices, instrument instruction and foster positive and lasting relationships with campers. Incidentally, the camp name is inspired by Kathleen Hanna’s song “Rebel Girl.”
2013 camp compilation featuring the hit songs from Bad Apples, MMELTZ, Psych and Fuzzy Does’nt will be available for a special price of $5 for movie ticket holders.
For more information, to reserve tickets or to schedule interviews email firstname.lastname@example.org
$7, proceeds go to Rebel Girl Halifax Rock Camp
2014 CINEFLUX SYMPOSIUM
New image and sound tools provided by digital technologies have and will continue to revolutionize the vocabulary and methodologies of the screen arts, the way screen arts are viewed and experienced, and ultimately, the society that has made cinema a primary vehicle of artistic expression for the last 100 years.
While NSCAD currently boasts considerable and accomplished screen and media arts expertise, the establishment of Cineflux has accelerated opportunities for exploring collaborative research across disciplines and faculties, bridging areas of specialization until now separate.
This years Cineflux Symposium, The Old New, welcomes speakers from around the world to discuss and share ideas within digital audio/visual media, architecture and design.
This year’s Cineflux Symposium, The Old New, is open to the general public at no charge. No registration necessary.
March 7th at 7pm / March 8th at 8:30am / March 9th at 9:00am
NSCAD UNIVERSITY FILM ACADEMY
1649 Brunswick St, Halifax B3J 2G3
SCHEDULE AND SPEAKERS
FRIDAY, MARCH 7TH 2014
INTRODUCTION TO THE 2014 CINEFLUX SYMPOSIUM WITH KEYNOTE SPEAKER, PHILLIP BEESLEY
Title: Extracellular Matrix: New Work from the Epiphyte Series
Working with artists, architects, engineers and scientists, Philip Beesley’s Waterloo and Toronto-based collective combine the crafts of lightweight textile structures, dense arrays of distributed computer controls, and early systems of artificial-life chemistry. Functions within near-living systems include embedded machine intelligence that invites human interaction to trigger breathing, caressing, and swallowing motions, building up a hybrid soil.
SATURDAY, MARCH 8TH 2014
9:00AM – 10:30AM
PANEL: ART, PLANETARY URBANISM AND EARTHLY COSMOPOLITANISM
10:45AM – 12:30PM
PANEL: CINEMA IN SPACE, CINEMA OF RUINS
Catering provided by Highland Drive Catering.
1:30PM – 3:30PM
PANEL: ACOUSTIC SPACES/SOUND LOCATIONS
4:00PM – 5:30PM
PANEL: POP-UP & SITUATED CINEMA (FIELD).
SCREENING: THE GHOSTS IN OUR MACHINE, BY LIZ MARSHALL
Located at 6135 Dalhousie University, McCain Scotiabank Auditorium, followed by discussion with the filmmaker. Sponsored by The World Society for the Protection of Animals Dalhousie.
Cost: Free; Open to public; Donations to WSPA accepted at the door.
SUNDAY, MARCH 9TH 2014
10:00AM – 11:30AM
PANEL: DOCUMENTARY FILM: IN, THROUGH, AROUND AND UNDER THE WEB
TECH DEMONSTRATION: AUTOMATED FOCUS PULLING SYSTEM
Catering provided by Highland Drive Catering.
CLOSING KEYNOTE: LAND|SLIDE POSSIBLE FUTURES BY JANINE MARCHESSAULT (YORK)
“BY AND BY” NSCAD University Community Residencies Show
Visit the NSCAD’s Port Campus for “By and By,” a show of work by NSCAD’s community studio residents: Samantha Battaglia, Sarah Cheetham, Teto Elsiddique, Dylan Fish, Kara Highfield, Morgan Salter, M.E. Sparks and Brianne Williams.
Today @ 5:30pm
Khyber Arts Centre, Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia to be relocated!
This Monday, Khyber Centre for the Arts’ artistic director Dan Joyce got a notification from HRM Events & Cultural Initiatives manager Elizabeth Taylor to leave and have no further programming at the Khyber Building on 1588 Barrington Street. The reasoning being that construction on a Starfish Properties building next door was potentially disrupting asbestos in the walls of the old building (it just celebrated its 125th birthday last year) and proved a potential toxic health hazard.
Shows—like this weekend’s Upstream Music Open Waters Festival—were quickly rescheduled to different locations, and upcoming exhibits will be relocated to a new, yet-to-be-determined venue.
Article from The Coast: http://www.thecoast.ca/TheScene/archives/2014/01/16/khyber-arts-centre-heritage-trust-of-nova-scotia-to-be-relocated
Like your favorite song you play over and over again and again. Josie Geunther has worked with patterns in a similar way. PLAY BACK explores the repetition, isolation, and abstraction of type as pattern. The show consists of large scale screen prints, lithographs and printed matter.
GUSH journal is a response to hyper-academic and inaccessible articles and essays about sex, pornography, erotica, sexual education and sex work, presented by The Bad Bad Book Club. The goal of GUSH is to use our role as activists to challenge the epistemological status quo and to examine how knowledge about sex is created, disseminated and learned, while resisting the exclusive and inaccessible creation of knowledge. We believe that you are the expert in your experience and we want your help to make something that is badass, critical, accessible and based on lived experience.
We hope to create a space where many different people can write about pornography, erotica, sexual education and sex work based on lived-experience. Ideally, the journal will also be a forum for academics to disseminate their work to a wider audience, and in a more accessible way than they might otherwise be able to.
One goal of the Bad Bad Book Club has always been to think about and critique how bodies, sexualities, sexes and genders are represented in pornography and erotica. We believe that creating a forum for people to tell stories about their experience with porn, erotica, sex education, sex work and sex will help push back against the essentilizing of sexuality, the co-opting of queerness, and the exoticization of the ‘other’ by the mainstream porn industry.
Once we finish it, GUSH will be available for free online and you will be able to copy and distribute for free. We will also make as many print copies as we can available for free.