ARTIST IN RESIDENCE: Ash Moniz


Ash Moniz: AKINETOPSIA
January 03 – 19, 2019

This residency is a part of an on-going project that interrogates how evidence of value and threat intertwine within the supply-chain. With an interplay of fiction and historical artifacts, a non-linear narrative is constructed, featuring a team of employees in the process of a tactical training simulation. As the “story” ...

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Hip-Hop Hurray III

Hip-Hop Hurray III, part of our ongoing music video showcase, is coming up next week on Wednesday, December 19th! This event will be featuring a lineup of work by local talent. Don’t miss this chance to come out and show your support for Toronto musicians and video artists alike.

See you there!

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OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Hip-Hop Hurray III Video Screening

Calling all multidisciplinary artists! Musicians! Filmmakers! Video Artists! Have you made a hip hop video you would like to showcase? Trinity Square Video is seeking submissions for our next “Hip-Hop Hurray III” Video Screening to be shown on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2018 at 7pm. Selected videos will be screened and there will be a reception as part of our Community ...

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Save 100% or 50% on membership now @ TSV!

Give the .GIF(t) of membership!

Trinity Square is offering “The Deal of the Year” from now until we close the doors for the holidays on December 20th 5pm.

Anyone who signs up as a New or Renewing ‘Producing Member’ at TSV will be able to choose from these three options.

1.) The Great Deal: Pay half price of $50.00 and get a membership for a year.
– membership would ...

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Video Fever 2019: Call for Submissions

Trinity Square Video is proud to announce the seventh annual juried student video screening event, Video Fever.

CALLING ALL STUDENTS!!

Trinity Square Video is seeking video works from undergraduate or graduate level students, who are currently enrolled at a Toronto or surrounding area post-secondary institution (as far south as Windsor and as north as Kingston)!

Submissions must be single channel videos, under 10 minutes in length and ...

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PROGRAMMING: Feminist Cybersecurity Workshop with Yvette Granata

Feminist Cybersecurity Workshop with Yvette Granata
10 November 2018, 2-5PM

 

This workshop is a feminist ‘crypto-party’ in which we will go over digital safety and basic tools for digital autonomy and personal protection needs. Cybersecurity is often framed mainly from the point of view of the security industry, where security is aimed at protecting computing systems from the risk of hacks, ...

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PROGRAMMING: Artist Talk with Julian Gallese

Artist Talk with Guest Animator Julian Gallese
TAIS 2018 International Artist in Residence 

Thursday, May 31, 2018
7pm @ TAIS, 1411 Dufferin St. Unit B
Reception to follow

Over the course of a month in studio, Julian has produced a 360 immersive animation with the working title “Banana Bread”. Created in his style of 2D classical animation, Julian will present this new work as a part of his talk, alongside a few other pieces ...

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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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GENERAL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2018

Trinity Square video invites artists and curators to submit proposals for exhibitions, publications, programming series, workshop series, or media-based performance for installation in the gallery or for an off-site venue. TSV is looking for dynamic media-based artworks that critically engage with their medium, with an emphasis on material that explores the nature of the moving image as it relates to ...

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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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