ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Maria Patricia Abuel and Jamie Milay Kasiama

Trinity Square Video is excited to announce our 2018 Summer-Student Artists in Residence. Selected by TSV’s programming committee, as part of this year’s Video Fever program, Maria Patricia Abuel and Jamie Milay Kasiama have already demonstrated exceptional work as emerging media artists and Trinity Square Video is proud to support them in the creation of two new works.

 

Maria Patricia Abuel is ...

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The Stories That Tell Stories

DEADLINE: 10 June 2018, 11:59PM
Submission Forms available here


Trinity Square Video is seeking submissions for our annual Themed Commission: a program inviting artists and creative technologists to workshop and produce new projects in a collaborative environment of like-minded artists and mentors. Titled The Stories that Tell Stories, this year’s theme invites applicants to consider the kinds ...

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EXHIBITION: The Stories That Tell Stories

The Stories That Tell Stories
Featuring works by Kerri Flannigan, Qiaoer Jin, Henry Heng Lu, Sophie Sabet, Xuan Ye, with a commissioned text by Marina Fathalla

24 August – 22 September, 2018
Opening reception: Friday, August 24, 6-8PM

 

The Stories That Tell Stories presents Trinity Square Video’s 2018 Themed Commissions, which were produced over summer residencies.

The Stories That Tell Stories considers the various relationships we create between images ...

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PROGRAMMING: An Afternoon with the Indigenous Environmental Justice Project

An Afternoon with the Indigenous Environmental Justice Project
26 May 2018, 1:00-2:30PM

In conjunction with the exhibition BAD STARS by Christina Battle, co-presented with CONTACT Photography Festival

Members of the Indigenous Environmental Justice Project (The IEJ Project) present recent research and introduce participants to the concepts of environmental justice. The IEJ Project is a SSHRC-funded initiative based out ...

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EXHIBITION: TOOLKIT FOR REVOLUTION

TOOLKIT FOR REVOLUTION: 
The Poster Art of SUOHPANTERROR + Jay Soule and
The Moratorium Office performance by Jenni Laiti

Curated by Jenni Laiti

17 October – 01 December, 2018
Curator & Artist Talk: Friday, October 19, 7:00pm (as part of Art Crawl)

Presented in partnership with imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival and Gallery 44

Notions and understandings of revolution are explored in Toolkit for Revolution through ...

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PROGRAMMING: The Dynamics of Rowing Your Own Boat: Cultural Competency Today with Janet Rogers

The Dynamics of Rowing Your Own Boat: Cultural Competency Today with Janet Rogers

18 October 2018, 6:30PM – 9PM
401 Richmond Street West
Spots available: 25

Through visual presentation and group discussion, this workshop will focus on concepts and practices of what defines culture and that which currently ...

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VITRINE: AND YOU MOVE

 

José Andrés Mora
AND YOU MOVE
24 March – 21 April 2018
AND YOU MOVE is a storefront display that preoccupies itself by daydreaming about modernist alienation and malaise. For this type of window exhibition space, José Andrés Mora has fabricated an LED sign with scrolling text programmed to communicate with the outside world. Residential storefront signs ...
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PROGRAMMING: Writing for what is absent with Elwood Jimmy

Writing for what is absent with Elwood Jimmy

09 October 2018, 6:30PM – 9PM
401 Richmond Street West
Spots available: 9

Participants will be led through individual, and collective space-holding exercises before being asked to respond to provocations relating to bodies – the human and non-human, the visible and invisible – in relation to their own practices, communities, sensibilities and ways of being. The workshop is exploratory and ...

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VITRINE: HYPERPERSONAL

HYPERPERSONAL
Rebecca Sweets
03 September – 13 October, 2018

HYPERPERSONAL explores the intensities of romantic intimacy facilitated by hyperpersonal communications and calls into question the inevitable consequences of idealization.

The hyperpersonal perspective theorizes that Computer Mediated Communication can be just as, if not more intimate than face-to face communication as users are inclined to elicit more self-disclosure. Within online dating, both ...

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EXHIBITION: 2018 Emerging Digital Artists Award

Trinity Square Video is excited to be exhibiting works by the 5 finalists of EQ Bank’s 2018 Emerging Digital Artists Awards.

2018 Emerging Digital Artists Award
27 September – 13 October 2018

Featuring works by Anna Eyler, Emily Hamel, Alvin Luong, Xuan Ye, and Shaheer Zazai

Entering its fourth year, the EDAAs continues its determination to highlight digital art as a field that ...

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Intro to Digital Colour Grading & Theory w/ DaVinci Resolve

Tuesday August  7, 14, 21 and 28, 2018 from 6pm to 9pm with Marisa Hoicka

$ 210 Non-Member / $ 180 Member

Colour correction is an essential part of the post-production pipeline. Learn about the new technology of colour correction: this allows you to improve your video in subtle ways that will attract and interest more viewers and help you tell your story or create your project more effectively.  Learn the basics of colour grading and colour theory using DaVinci Resolve in ...

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SCREENING: An evening with re:assemblage

re:assemblage presents a screening of two artists’ films dealing with issues of migration, immigration and displacement.

Saturday, June 9, 2018, 6 – 9 PM
Trinity Square Video

Presented by Trinity Square Video in conjunction with the exhibition BAD STARS by Christina Battle, co-presented with CONTACT Photography Festival.

LANDSCAPE FOR A PERSON / PAISAJE PARA UNA PERSONA
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Intermediate XR (VR/AR)

Wednesday July 11, 18, 25 and August 1, 2018 from 6PM – 9PM

XR is commonly understood for either eXpanded Reality, or by using the X as a variable for a letter corresponding to whichever buzzword is trending at the moment: Virtual, Augmented, Mixed, Social, etc.

This four week course with Jonathan Carroll attempts to demystify the technological, ideological, and conceptual foundations of XR, which has long been considered emergent though has yet to emerge as the next Guttenberg, transistor, television, ...

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TOUCH DESIGNER INTENSIVE

Tuesday June 12, 19 and 26, 2018 with Ilze (Kavi) Briede

$ 210 Non-Member / $ 180 Member

Gain introductory level skills with Touch Designer. The possibilities of this program are vast: therefore, our focus will be mainly on visual aspects, such as editing and compositing techniques, creating interactive and responsive elements and setting up for performance using the video projection mapping feature. Touch Designer Intensive will conclude in a gallery space with the possibility to present your individual projects using Touch ...

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VIDEO PROJECTION MAPPING INTENSIVE

May 24, 31 and June 7, 14 / 6PM-9PM / $240 Non-Member for 4 Sessions / $200 Member for 4 Sessions 

This is the first workshop of a four part series. Learn how to use Video Projection Mapping with Resolume to manipulate video such as creating illusions of deconstruction and redefining physical shapes from traditional flat projection mapping. Be introduced to artistic experiments and academic practices. Learn about Video Projection Mapping Continue Reading →

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PROGRAMMING: The Biography of Things

The Biography of Things
16 March 2018, 6PM
Featuring collaborative works by Mustafa Abdel Fattah, Jerez Bain, Sanmeet Chahil, Erika Davis, Vivian Fu, Thomas Graham, Mika Hirata, Enna Kim, Harit Lad, Katrina Larson, Natalie Le Huenen, Pandy Ma, Daniel McAdam, Sydney Pallister, Julianne Quiday, Tania Samokhvalova, Johan Seaton, William Selviz Rivas, Ziyi Wang, Vivian Wong, Anran Zhou

Digital Futures second-year students will present their works from Atelier II: Collaboration during a community critique ...

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