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call from the Guelph Museum...
Guelph 190: History@Night Party will celebrate Guelph’s 190th birthday with history and art activations in downtown Guelph from 9 PM April 22 to 1 AM April 23.
We are “breaking down” the museum walls, extending activities and installations to the streets of Guelph for a free event aimed at creating opportunities to connect, explore and engage with history in unique ways.
Historians and artists are encouraged to participate by providing exhibitions, demonstrations and activities that explore Guelph’s history and identity through themes of reconciliation, immigration, landscape, culture, and innovation. Preference will be given to residents of the City of Guelph and Wellington County. A jury, formed by Guelph Museums, will select the featured installations.
The deadline for applications is March 19.
Call for Submissions details and application form are available at www.guelphmuseums.ca.
We are inviting the interested people from every cultural group in Guelph to participate in an interview between March 10 and March 13. The preparation work or rehearsals may have to be done before the actual interview will be recorded. We will be taking a complete interview from you. After that, we will be identifying common themes in the interviews of our diverse cultural groups to put them together in a documentary.
Our target audience include people from the mainstream culture. Therefore, we will be looking for ways to draw parallels with the mainstream culture in order to make it interesting to them. We are planning to submit this documentary to local film festivals, therefore we will be aiming to produce a documentary, which is of good quality and attractive to everyone regardless of their cultural barriers.
More than everything else, we want to receive your suggestions and feedback to help you promote your cultures in the best possible way.
Looking forward to working with the interested people!
Contact at Koba19k@hotmail.com or 226-500-1926"
Filmmaker Mentor and Youth Outreach Worker Deadline Feb 26th
Wapikoni Mobile is accepting applications for the Filmmaker Mentor and Youth Outreach Worker positions throughout the year. The interview period occurs between December and March, with the exception of particular needs during the year. Details for applying are in job offers.
Wapikoni if a non-profit media arts organization out of Montréal, Québec, that sends fully-equipped mobile studios to Indigenous communities throughout Canada. The project has visited 32 communties from ten different nations in Canada and 25 communities from 10 different nations across the world. Throughout our 12 years, we have created over 900 short films with over 4200 participants.
Wapikoni is embarking on a nation wide tour throughout 2017 and we are looking for local filmmakers and outreach workers that would be interested in working within a First Nations community, training Indigenous youth in media production and collaborating on the creation of 4 - 6 short films. We are asking other Media Arts Organizations to help with the diffusion of these job offers.
Ed Video can be a great place to make connections with cast, crew, artists, video producers and technical help.
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