PROGRAMMING: Virtual Grounds

VIRTUAL GROUNDS

An educational series and online transmedia publication dedicated to feminist perspectives on digital sustainability and survival

 

Co-presented in partnership with the Digital Justice Lab

Please join us this fall as we showcase the wonderful participants who took part in the Virtual Grounds – a training and research initiative that considers how we navigate the future, protect our virtual selves, and shape digital landscapes. ...

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EXHIBITION: This moment an endurance to the end forever

This moment an endurance to the end forever
Tanya Lukin Linklater
with Sassa Linklater and Tobi Linklater 

09 October – 14 November 2020

Co-presented in partnership with imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

This moment an endurance to the end forever is an exhibition shaped in the living room of Tanya Lukin Linklater: an ever-shifting space that has witnessed gatherings of Omaskeko Cree families of North Bay, performances by Indigenous women, and now acts as a shared ...

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TOURING EXHIBITION: The Loudspeaker and the Tower

MANAR MOURSI: The Loudspeaker and the Tower

18 September – 19 December 2020

College Art Galleries | Kenderdine Art Gallery | University of Saskatchewan
51 Campus Dr (2nd level)
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 5A8

Co-curated by Emily Fitzpatrick and Toleen Touq
Exhibition Essay by Nadia Kurd

Co-presented with the Kenderdine Art Gallery/College Art Galleries at the University of Saskatchewan, SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre), and CONTACT Photography ...

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VITRINE: The Bottom of the Fountain is Painted Turquoise

The Bottom of the Fountain is Painted Turquoise,

By Elizabeth Milton

4th September  – 12th October, 2020

Focusing on the carnivalesque nature of Centreville’s manicured gardens and beach fronts, The Bottom of the Fountain is Painted Turquoise uses a performative approach to materiality to queer the representation of the shoreline. Composed of a series of still-life assemblages, the ...

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EXHIBITION: Scanner

Scanner 
José Andrés Mora

15 August – 05 September 2020

 

MFA Graduation Exhibition, University of Guelph.

José Andrés Mora works with display methods to affect the connotation of written language. Through sculptural installations, Mora experiments with texts to juxtapose their intimate connotation with the impersonal aesthetics of their display mechanisms.

In Scanner, two strings of words converge and diverge on the walls of the gallery space ...

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Statement of Solidarity #BLACKLIVESMATTER

#BlackLivesMatter

Trinity Square Video stands in solidarity in the fight against systemic racism and the historic/contemporary oppression of the Black community. We stand with artists, storytellers and creators of colour who share their stories and speak truth to power through their practices. We endeavour to always holding safe space for Black, Indigenous and artists of colour to create and share work.

To be anti-racist is to ...

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VIDEO FEVER 2020 (online screening)

VIDEO FEVER 2020

A screening of new work by Xiaoyan Zhang, Jean-Pierre Marchant, Lorenza De Benedictis, Brianne Hunte, Eric Daniels, Nick White, Qirou Yang, Reem Al-Wakeal, Patrick Horan, Simon Ruscinski, Nicole Vella, Sarah Boo.

co-presented with Vtape and BUMP TV

when:

SATURDAY, 30 MAY 2020, 4-5PM & again on WEDNESDAY, 3 JUNE 2020, 6-7PM

where:

https://www.bumptelevision.com

Zoom opening reception for VIDEO FEVER and THE SCREEN IS A MIRROR held ...

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Remote Realities

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Themed Commission 2020

After speaking with some people in the community, we have decided to extend the themed commission deadline by two weeks. We understand that these times can be difficult. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or would like more time to work on your proposals!

Warmly,

Trinity Square Video & Dames Making Games

New Deadline: 14th June 2020

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Rent 101: Strategies for artist during COVID-19

Rent 101: Issues and strategies for artist and culture workers during COVID-19
with Sagan Yee, Nadine Lessio, Cole Webber and Carrie Perreault

Wednesday April 29 5-7pm

Co-presented by Trinity Square Video and MANO (Media Arts Network of Ontario)

To register, email [email protected] URL link provided upon registration.

Many artists and culture workers are under economic pressure and trauma regarding their employment and ability to pay for housing or ...

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ONLINE PROGRAM: In conversation with Tiara Roxanne and Ella Schoefer-Wulf

In conversation: Tiara Roxanne and Ella Schoefer-Wulf
Monday April 20, 12:00PM

Streamed live at www.imagesfestival.com

Co-presented in partnership with Images Festival

Tiara Roxanne will shed light on her research and artistic praxis regarding artificial intelligence (AI) learning systems and Indigenous Studies through dialogue with her friend Ella Schoefer-Wulf. The conversation will focus on the existing colonial structures embedded within AI and the notion ...

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ONLINE PROGRAM: Data Colonialism: Decolonial Gestures of Storytelling


Data Colonialism: Decolonial Gestures of Storytelling
A Performance Lecture by Tiara Roxanne
Saturday April 18, 4:30PM

Streamed live at www.imagesfestival.com

Co-presented in partnership with Images Festival and Squeaky Wheel

Aztecas del norte, mojados, Indigenous peoples, First Nations People, mestizos, Redskins, American Indians, Mexican Indians, Native Americans, Natives, savages, minorities, at risk peoples or asterisks peoples are some names or ...

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ONLINE PROGRAM: “The Flux Cities” cocktail hour with Lorena Salomé and soJin Chun

Friday May 29, 6-7PM
Trinity Square Video

RSVP to [email protected] for Zoom link

As part of “Traversal” Residency Program, artist-in-resident Lorena Salomé will be in conversation with artist soJin Chun.


soJin Chun’s The Flux Cities project looks at the process of gentrification faced by Horto, a bicentennial community in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil that is a living museum. soJin has been ...

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PUBLICATION: “HOME IS A PLACE THAT VISITS ME” Book Launch

HOME IS A PLACE THAT VISITS ME
Book Launch + Artist Talk with Hannah Hull

Thursday, March 12, 6-8PM
Toronto Media Arts Centre, 32 Lisgar St. 

Co-presented with Workman Arts, as part of BEING SCENE 2020

Join UK-based artist Hannah Hull, one of the contributing artists in the Architecture After the Asylum exhibition, to launch her new publication, Home Is Place That Visits ...

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VITRINE: Case Study004

Case Study004 by Christina Oyawale

06 March – 27 April, 2020

 

Case Study004 is a photographic installation by Christina Oyawale that focuses on the notions of racial identity, specifically the significance of skin and melanin of the black body. The work follows a self-exploration of the artist’s diagnosis with a rare skin condition, mycosis fungoides, at the age of sixteen. ...

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PROGRAMMING: Lorena Salomé in conversation w/ Alexandra Gelis & Jorge Lozano

Lorena Salomé in conversation with Alexandra Gelis & Jorge Lozano

Thursday, 27 February 2020, 6:30-8:30PM
Trinity Square Video, 401 Richmond Street West

To launch the inaugural opening of the “Traversal” Residency Program, artist-in-resident Lorena Salomé will be in conversation with media-based artist Alexandra Gelis and filmmaker Jorge Lozano. Salomé, Gelis, and Lozano will reflect on their shared experiences as immigrant artists who continue to ...

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PROGRAMMING: Never See Come See Dinner with Rea McNamara

Never See Come See Dinner with Rea McNamara
Thursday, March 5, 6:30-8:30PM
Trinity Square Video, 401 Richmond Street West

As part of “Traversal” Residency Program, artist-in-resident Lorena Salomé will be preparing a very special dinner with Rea McNamara.

Spots are limited, so please RSVP to:
[email protected]

In 1988, the first edition of The Naparima Girls’ High School Cookbook was published by its Alumnae Association. Originally ...

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PROGRAMMING: The Pandi Story

The Pandi Story

Session led by Maria-Saroja Ponnambalam and Rupali Morzaria
Thursday 20 February 2020, 7-9 PM

Trinity Square Video
121-401 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Co-presented with Workman Arts

An aspiring filmmaker from Chennai, Pandi Kumaraswamy was diagnosed with bipolar disorder after immigrating to Canada in the 1990s to start a new life. After migrating from South India to Canada, he faced ...

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