Saturday October 17th, 2015
The theme this is year is Found, Lost, Found.
Are you submitting a project to Nocturne or have you conceived of a project that would work well in Nocturne? We’d like to hear about it! We’re looking to support a larger scale media art project.
Please send your project description and/or Nocturne applications to the CFAT Programming Committee by Friday, May 29th, 5PM, for consideration. Please include a detailed description of how CFAT can help support your project – gear, technical support, facilities, sponsorship.
Followed by a communal discussion with some artists present
By donation at the door / All Welcome
Featuring works by:
Students of We’koqma’q Mikmaw School in Whycocomagh, NS
Curated by Lindsay Dobbin
The Centre for Art Tapes is pleased to announce a presentation of Aboriginal media art at the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre on Monday, March 30, 2015. Curated by artist Lindsay Dobbin, the works selected for the CFAT Aboriginal Media Arts Screening were either created at CFAT, with CFAT’s support or by its membership — spanning the 35 year history of the artist-run, media arts organization. The event will begin at 7:30 p.m. with a presentation of media art works by Aboriginal artists including Cheryl L’Hirondelle, Zachery Longboy, Mike McDonald, Catherine Martin, Alan Syliboy, Tina Young and students of the We’koqma’q Mikmaw School in Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia.
Following the screening, a communal discussion will take place where artists and experts will converse with the public about the importance of media art in Aboriginal self-representation. Carla Taunton, assistant professor of Indigenous arts and visual culture at NSCAD University, and Mi’kmaq artists Alan Syliboy, Ursula A. Johnson and Tina Young will be present, as well as others.
Both the screening and the roundtable intend to encourage further media arts production in the Aboriginal community in Halifax and Nova Scotia.
A camp experience designed to give youth aged 12-17 a fundamental understanding of film and video making. They will 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 green-screen live-action. This five-day camp will generate a short film that will be screened to family and friends on the final day.
RE-SCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER
Monday, February 23 and Monday, March 2 – 7PM-10PM
$60 members, $70 non-members
This 2-part workshop will introduce participants to 3D printers and modelling software. Upon completion of the workshops participants will have the tools to begin designing and printing 3D objects. This workshop series will take place over two consecutive Monday evenings,
The Center for Art Tapes (CFAT) will be presenting a program of member works in March, 2015. The program will consist of works from the CFAT member archive as well as potentially newer works by CFAT members. Currently, CFAT is seeking applicants for the position of event curator.
OUT OF THE CENTRE: the 2014/15 Media Art Scholarship Presentation
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 – Presentations at 6PM & again at 8PM
Works produced by this year’s scholars converge around two core themes: constructed identities and constructed landscapes. Encompassing a range of media from single-channel stop-motion animation to a hybrid performance / video installation brought alive through audience participation, each piece offers to engage, provoke or surprise the audience. The artists included in this year’s screening are: Lindsay Dobbin, Timothy Ediger, Tori Fleming, Beck Gilmer-Osborne, Kasia Klimpel, Lee-Anne Poole, Rena Thomas, Johanna Thompson and Susan Tooke.
Tickets: $10 regular/ $8 students in advance, or $12/$10 at the door
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