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Showing Initiatives II Showing Initiatives II

Presented by Video Pool Media Arts Centre
Curated by Jenny Western
Thursday, March 26, 2020 @ 7PM (with discussion led by Liz Barron)
EMMEDIA Screening Room
FREE Admission

Video Pool Media Arts Centre is excited to announce a touring screening series curated by Jenny Western called Showing Initiatives II. In this program Western continues her look at initiatives that encourage Indigenous artists to take up video art and filmmaking. The program will consist of nine videos made through program at Video Pool Media Art Centre in Winnipeg, at PAVED Arts in Saskatoon, and through the Stoney Nakoda A/V Club that often works with EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society in Calgary.


EDITING WITH ADOBE PREMIERE PRO EDITING WITH ADOBE PREMIERE PRO

Dates: Sat. March 7th, Sat. March 14th, Sat. March 21st, Sat. March 28th
Location: EMMEDIA — 2005 10 Ave SW
Time: 11AM – 3PM each day
Instructor: Miranda White
Cost: $150.00 (ONLY 6 SPOTS!)

In this month long course, participants will be taken through a more in-depth experience of learning how to use Adobe Premiere Pro CC.


JOB CALL: Programming Director JOB CALL: Programming Director

EMMEDIA GALLERY & PRODUCTION SOCIETY IS SEEKING A PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR
EMMEDIA is a non-profit artist-run organization in Calgary, Alberta, Canada that supports both the production and presentation of media arts. EMMEDIA responds to a broad community by offering affordable access to media art production tools and facilities, services, technical and educational support, an array of production [...]


PARTICLE + WAVE 2020: Exhibition PARTICLE + WAVE 2020: Exhibition

Location: EMMEDIA Gallery – 2005 10 Ave SW
Exhibition Dates: January 31 – February 29, 2020 (Closed Sundays, Mondays and February 15)
Gallery hours: 12 – 6PM
Opening Reception: January 31, 2020 @ 7-10PM
FREE Admission

Featuring works by Laura Anzola (Calgary), Brad Necyk (Edmonton), and Aran Wilkinson-Blanc (Calgary).

The PARTICLE + WAVE group exhibition features Albertan artists that utilize television screens and monitors in different ways, to question our current relationships with social media, our understanding of visible and invisible borders, and feelings of “solastalgia” as we enter an unpredictable future.