We are pleased to announce VUCAVU OUTREACH, a digital literacy initiative that will take us to places across the country in 2019-2020 to meet and discuss with artists and media art communities of all kinds. With a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, VUCAVU's Community and Program Manager, Jacquelyn Hébert will be presenting workshops for people who want to learn more about VUCAVU, digital distribution opportunities and ways to utilize digital tools.
ADDITIONAL WORKSHOP INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED HERE AS THEY ARE PLANNED. IF YOU'D LIKE TO MEET WITH US IN PERSON OR VIA TELECONFERENCE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT ADMIN@VUCAVU.COM
Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 6:00 PM
Co-presented with the Video Pool Media Arts Centre and the Winnnipeg Film Group
LOCATION : Video Pool Media Arts Centre, 'The Output' 2nd Floor, Artspace, 100 Arthur St. #300, Winnipeg, MB
FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/2414859755446665/
North Bay (June 12-13) + Halifax (June 14-17), 2019
Our 1st workshop will be held in North Bay on June 13th from 3:30-4:30pm as part of the COLD WATERS SYMPOSIUM & FESTIVAL presented by MANO-RAMO and the Near North Mobile Media Lab.
More info here: http://www.coldwaters.mano-ramo.ca/
From June 14th - 17th, we will be in Halifax for two presentations and to participate in the 13th annual HALIFAX INDEPENT FILMMAKERS FESTIVAL (HIFF).
Hosted by HIFF as part of their 2019 distribution initiative. This presentation is happening on
Saturday, June 15th from 12:45-1:45pm at the Halifax Central Library, BMO Community Room.
More info: https://www.hiff.ca/2019-distribution-initiative.
Sunday, June 16th, 2019 at 1PM at the CENTRE FOR ART TAPES (CFAT), Project Room, 2238 Maitland Street, Halifax NS
WORKSHOP: Film and video distribution for artists in the digital ageSunday, June 16th 1-2pm. Project Room
*** Free of charge and open to everyone.***MORE INFO HERE HTTPS://CFAT.CA/Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/678729849247317/
We acknowledge the support of theCanada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.