Femme Film 2017 Femme Film 2017

Infiltrating and Dismantling Dominant Narratives:
The Manifestation of Intersectionality in Modern Feminist Shorts

Curated by Amanda Foote & Ami Kenzo
Presented by EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society
Part of Femme Wave Feminist Music & Arts Festival’s Femme Film series

November 17, 2017
Panel: 6:15PM – 7:00PM
Screening (on a loop): 7:00PM – 9:00PM

The feminist landscape in Calgary has been shaped by many forces. As filmmakers working from a specific feminist lens there are heavy responsibilities to share and much work to be done. Today’s feminist filmmakers have inherited a legacy of triumph but also challenges. These challenges, which have defined the modern feminist movement, range from topics exploring inclusion, access, and intersectionality. Tonight’s programming celebrates the women engaging in the revolutionary act of activism to induce change through the art of storytelling. Each piece addresses by means of unique visuals, voice and perspectives concepts relating to identity, space, representation and narrative control.

AlterNATIVE: Danielle Black AlterNATIVE: Danielle Black

A Celebration of 2-Spirit and IndigiQUEERS Through Film and Performance
Curated by Danielle Black/Sui Taa Kii of the Treaty 7 Film Collective
Presented by EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society
Part of Elephant Artist Relief’s Umbrella Visual Arts Conference 3

Friday, September 29, 2017 @ 7-9PM
West Village Theatre – 2007 10 Ave SW (Back alley entrance)
Free admission, registration required at: uvac3.eventbrite.ca

EMMEDIA is proud to present “A Celebration of Two-Spirit and Indigiqueers through Film and Performance” as part of the AlterNATIVE Indigenous FIlm Series, which showcases the rich landscape of works produced by Indigenous artists throughout the year. This edition is curated by Danielle Black/Sui Taa Kii of the Treaty 7 Film Collective and presented as part of Elephant Artist Relief’s Umbrella Visual Arts Conference.

Spectral Illuminations II Spectral Illuminations II

A Projection Mapping Exhibition
Presented with Beakerhead and Calgary Public Library
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 @ 8-11PM
Memorial Park Library – 1221 2 St. SW
FREE Admission

Featured Artists: Audrey Burch, Michael Grills, Jacqueline Huskisson, Mat Lindenberg, Greg Marshall, Isabel Porto, Jadda Tsui, Matthew Waddell & Laura Anzola, Aran Wilkinson-Blanc, and Julian Zwack

Ten local media artists were chosen to illuminate the beautiful historic Memorial Park Library with the art of projection mapping (site-specific projections that alter the appearance of the surface on which they are projected). These projections will light up and animate surfaces throughout the building, interpreting the amazing history of the first library in Calgary and Alberta.

Projection Mapping Basics Projection Mapping Basics

Presented with Beakerhead and Calgary Public Library
Saturday, September 16, 2017 @ 1 – 4pm
Memorial Park Library – 1221 2 St SW
FREE, Registration required

Projection mapping gives the artist the possibility to create illusions of deconstruction and redefinition of physical shapes, right in front of your eyes. It is a technical process, wrapping projected virtual content around a real world object, much like a second skin of light. It is a great way to create amazement and never fails to astonish. The workshop will be a comprehensive introduction to the tools and methods to create these illusions, as well as an approach to ideas and concepts for such projects, based on an example created collectively during the classes. Learn an introduction to workflow and technical skills.