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CFAT has something going on all the time! Stay up to date on our exhibitions, screenings, visiting artists, new opportunities, and more.

In Times Like These by Sylvia D. Hamilton

March 8 - March 14, 2021

Sylvia D. Hamilton shares her work with the CFAT community from March 8 to March 14, 2021

33rd Annual Media Art Scholarship Exhibition

March 2nd, 2021 to March 13th, 2021

The Centre for Art Tapes is pleased to present the 33rd Annual Media Art Scholarship Presentation.

the UNSEEN: a virtual exhibition

November 12, 2020 - December 12, 2020

Over the summer of 2020, the Centre For Art Tapes teamed up with ARt@LARGE and the Halifax Independent Filmmakers Festival to commission five artists to create original augmented reality projects in Halifax, exploring themes around seeing and exploring the unseen. Considering themes of connection, c

Signal / Return by Kelly Markovich

Friday, October 16 5:30-9:30pm and Saturday, Octboer 17 12pm-6pm

Signal / Return is an immersive sound art piece that uses sound ecology to examine acoustic relationships between living organisms - human and non-human - and their connections with the environment.

Media Arts Scholarship 2020 Exhibition - February 13 2020


CFAT's 32nd Annual Media Art Scholarship Exhibition

Aboriginal Media Arts Screening

Monday, March 30 | 7:30PM

The Centre for Art Tapes is pleased to announce a presentation of Aboriginal media art at the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre on Monday, March 30, 2015.

Online Exhibition Launch - Poems for Impending Doom


CFAT is excited to announce the launch of Poems for Impending Doom an online exhibition curated by our current Curators-in-Residence Lucy Pauker and Alessia Oliva.

A Different Place: The 2018/19 Media Art Scholarship Exhibition


The Centre for Art Tapes is pleased to present the 31st Annual Media Art Scholarship Presentation. The scholarship is a mentorship program that provides local artists with the chance to explore an aspect of media art with which they have little to no experience.

Opening - Possible Worlds Curated by David Clark


Possible Worlds, curated by David Clark, is a showcase of work by artists who are asking questions about the political and personal potential of Virtual Reality as a unique and distinct medium.

Tiny Takeover: Kid Critics


We’ve invited over our neighbours at A Tiny Lab for Early Learning to collaborate with us on a very exciting exhibition!

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