After Effects Introduction: Part 1 of 2*

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October 26 / 6pm-9pm 

After Effects is an industry-standard application used to create motion graphics, special effects, title sequences and animation. Be introduced to the AE interface and cover concepts of composite editing, masking, key-frame animation and basic filter effects.

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October 26

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The Advanced Fundamentals of Light

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October 29 / 10am-5pm

This hands-on workshop will give you the skills you need to start making the most of your limited lighting budget. Participants will first learn how to look at, analyze, and manipulate light, then move on to figuring out how to create a particular look, using the materials at hand with Mary Daniel.

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2017 Emerging Digital Artists Awards

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EQ Bank and Trinity Square Video presents the
Emerging Digital Artists Awards
2017 Finalist Exhibition
Featuring Micaela González, Fanny Huard, Amanda Low, Pipo Pierre-Louis, and Fallon Simard

28 September – 12 October 2017

This year marks the third Emerging Digital Artists Award season for EQ Bank, and the first presented in partnership with Trinity Square Video, Canada’s oldest media arts ...

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EXHIBITION: V/Art Projects

A virtual reality commission and exhibition presented on a free mobile VR app platform for iOS and Android.


With works by Scott Benesiinaabandan, Trudy Erin Elmore, E. Jane, Endam Nihan, Tommy Truong, Fusun Uzun, Thousand Stars, and Tough Guy Mountain

V/Art Projects App Launch 10 November 20176-8PM

Trinity Square Video will launch V/Art Projects, a ...

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EXHIBITION: Worldbuilding


Jeremy Bailey and Kristen D. Schaffer, Eshrat Erfanian, Erin Gee with Alex M. Lee, and Yam Lau with Jonathan Carroll; Curated by John G. Hampton and Maiko Tanaka

03 November – 09 December, 2017
Opening Reception: 03 November 2017, 6-8pm

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Worldbuilding is an exhibition of virtual realities debuting this November at Trinity Square Video (TSV). In ...

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Premiere Pro CC Intermediate: Part 2 of 2


October 24 / 6PM-9PM / $50 Non-Member* / $30 Member / CLUB SKILLS / Skills Member

Continue upgrading your knowledge of Premiere Pro CC with Andrew Cromey. Part 2 continues this introduction to advanced concepts of System Setup; Workflow; Fine-Cutting Tools; Finishing, and Output. Practical methods of Media Management and Archiving will also be covered. Prior Premiere Pro experience is recommended.

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EXHIBITION: the moving copy

the moving copy presents Trinity Square Video’s 2017 Themed Commissions, which were produced over an August residency at the centre.

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Featuring works by Amanda Boulos, Kiera Boult, Monica Maria Moraru, Fallon Simard, Wendy Whaley, Amelia Zhang.
with a parallel commissioned text by Aaditya Aggarwal

5 – 23 September 2017
Opening Reception: 8 September 20176-8PM

the moving copy presents Trinity Square Video’s 2017 Themed Commissions, which were produced ...

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SCREENING: Big on Bloor 2017


Do you remember the acid cloud?

Saturday, July 22, 2017 at sunset (8:30-10:30)
Holy Oak Stage, located at Bloor Street & St. Clarens Avenue

As part of JOUEZ @ BIG On Bloor Festival of Arts and Culture, Trinity Square Video recalls the acid cloud that loomed over the Bloor and Lansdowne neighbourhood in early November (2016) and the passing attention it ...

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the moving copy: Themed Commission Call for Submissions


DEADLINE: July 7, 2017

Submission Forms available here

Trinity Square Video is seeking submissions for our annual Themed Commission: a program inviting artists to produce or workshop new projects in a collaborative environment of like-minded artists. Titled the moving copy, this year’s theme invites artists to consider images that are reformatted, uploaded, appropriated, reproduced, and remixed. Inspired by Hito ...

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VITRINE: On the Margins of the Divine

In the great dance of the cosmos, there is a point where no-thing exists.
15 June–22 July 2017
Meera Sethi

Having been recently “confirmed” by Western science, the physics of the Akashic Field suggests that within the void/ether/space, there exists a deep information system that imagines all of life. It is the place from which everything we perceive radiates, ...

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Emerging Digital Artists Award (EDAA) 2017


The Emerging Digital Artists Award (EDAA) is currently accepting applications for its 2017 award program. Founded on a desire to support and celebrate digital innovation in the arts, the EDAA caters to early-career artists who are working on-screen, and experimenting with the possibilities of digitally rendered imagery. Applicants are encouraged to play with moving image formats such as video, animation, and GIF art. Get inspired by visiting the Equitable ...

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EXHIBITION: Diamonds + Thunderbolts

Produced by the Toronto Animated Image Society in collaboration with Trinity Square Video, this exhibition is premised as an exploration and au courant interpretation of the principles of “The Light and Space Movement” of the 1960s in relation to the current burgeoning and multi-disciplinary realm of contemporary digital animated art.

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15 June–22 July 2017
Stacie Ant, Brianna Lowe and Peter ...

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ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Ronnie Clarke, Vivienne Lane and Tommy Truong

Trinity Square Video welcomes our 2017 Summer-Student Artists in Residence. Selected by a jury of cultural workers as part of this years Video Fever events, these artists have demonstrated exceptional promise as emerging media artists and Trinity Square Video is proud to support them in the creation of three new works.

Ronnie Clarke is an emerging artist based in southern Ontario. Clarke’s work blends elements of choreography, dance, movement, collaboration, video and installation in creating environments for performance. She is interested in how language manifests, ...

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Trinity Square Video welcomes Lindsay Lawson as our Artist in Residence for April 2017, in collaboration with 8-11.

Lindsay Lawson returns to Trinity Square for her second production residency with the centre. Lawson is in Toronto as a guest of 8-11 for her solo exhibition Agency.


8-11 (233 Spadina Avenue)
19 April–03 May 2017

Artist’s Talk
Art Metropole (1491 Dundas Street West)
Saturday, 15 April 2017, 2–4 PM


Born in the United States and living in Berlin, Lindsay Lawson‘s ...

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Trinity Square is thrilled to be supporting the 2017’s Drake AV program, a mentorship and commissioning program for emerging artists.

Drake AV is a unique opportunity to connect, collaborate and create progressive video content with access to inspiring guest speakers, workshops, equipment and spaces. Kicking off its second year, the selected group of emerging video artists will develop original video art that will premiere on Drake TV and at Nuit Blanche 2017.

Now in its second year, Drake AV is a unique ...

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EXHIBITION: What does one do with such a clairvoyant image?

A two-venue exhibition co-presented by Trinity Square and Gallery 44 as a Primary Exhibition of the 2017 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

05 May–03 June 2017
Dana Claxton, Stephanie Comilang, Kapwani Kiwanga, Dylan Miner, Martine Syms and Tania Willard
curated by Leila Timmins, cheyanne turions and Jayne Wilkinson

What does one do with such a clairvoyant image? is a group exhibition presented across two venues—Gallery 44 and Trinity Square—that explores questions of sovereignty, nationhood, and identity through strategies of ...

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LONG WINTER: Decussation: Experiences Through Video

Trinity Square is excited to present a program of videos curated by Zviko Mhakayakora, which will be presented at Long Winter season closer at the Gladstone Hotel.

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24 March 2017
7 PM–2 AM
Danièle Dennis, Maisha Marshall-Ende, naakita feldman-kiss and Renée Mathews
curated by Zviko Mhakayakora

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Presented as part of the season closer of this year’s Long Winter series, Decussation: ...

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SCREENING: Video Fever 2017

Trinity Square is proud to present our fifth annual showcase of emerging video artists from undergraduate programs in Toronto and the surrounding area.

Saturday, 18 March 2017
6 PM
Maria Patricia Abuel, Natalie Castrogiovanni, Abedar Kamgari, Vivienne Lane, Jessie Sheng, Jasmeet Sidhu, Alexandru Stratulat, Erin Whittier and Kelly Zantingh 

Artists in attendance, Q+A to follow the screening

Video Fever is Trinity Square’s annual showcase of cutting-edge video works produced by local emerging artists. Selected by a jury composed of Trinity Square staff and ...

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SCREENING: “Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theatre” with “The Harris Project”

The re:assemblage collective presents Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theatre followed by a discussion with members of the producing collective Emek Bizim İstanbul. Presented with the short video, The Harris Project.

Friday, 17 March 2017, 7 PM
Followed by Skype Q+A with members of Emek Bizim İstanbul
Tickets at the door: $5-10 suggested donation

Trinity Square Video is excited to support the re:assemblage collective in presenting a screening of Audience Emancipated: The Struggle for the Emek Movie Theatre (2016)by the Emek Bizim İstanbul Bizim initiative with ...

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Stuck between photography and sculpture, Alison Postma’s vitrine installation Hotel (2016–2017) uses video to highlight negotiations between a feeling of familiarity and a sense of indecisiveness.

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Alison Postma
15–21 March 2017

Hotel is an installation that examines the space of a hotel room as a stand-in for the familiar space of a home. The hotel room is a place stuck between the familiar and the strange—meant to be both welcoming and ...

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