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EXHIBITION: 2020 Emerging Digital Artists Award

2020 EDAA Exhibition

With works by Jawa El Khash, Kanika Gordon, Alison Postma, Camila Salcedo, and Lisa Smolkin

11 September – 3 October 2020

Open by appointment, Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-5pm.Email emily@trinitysquarevideo.com to book a visit of up to four persons. Exhibition is also viewable online.

The 2020 EDAA Exhibition marks the sixth edition of the Emerging Digital Artists Award (EDAA) …

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EXHIBITION: 2019 Emerging Digital Artists Award

2019 EDAA Finalists Exhibition

With works by Alyssa Bornn (Winnipeg, MN), Colton Hash (Victoria, BC), Ahreum Lee (Montreal, QC), Claire Scherzinger (Victoria, BC), and Jordyn Stewart (Beamsville, ON)

06 – 28 September, 2019

The 2019 Finalist Exhibition brings together five exceptional works that expand the possibilities of digital art practice, providing a robust national assemblage to mark the 5th edition …

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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 Award27 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 …

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2017 Emerging Digital Artists Awards

EQ Bank and Trinity Square Video presents theEmerging Digital Artists Awards2017 Finalist ExhibitionFeaturing 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 centre. Featuring works by Amanda Low, …

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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 …

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