In collaboration with the Video Pool Media Arts Centre, CFAT is proud to present Isolated Landscapes/Anchored and Adrift, a collection of video works by women from 1980 to now. The screening will be in two parts:
7pm Isolated Landscapes: Video by Prairie Women
Curated by Kathy Rae Huffman
Including videos by Thirza Cuthand, Elvira Finnigan, Hope Peterson & Maureen Medved, Dominique Rey, Reva Stone, Sheila Urbanoski and Lori Weidenhammer.
9pm Anchored and Adrift: Video by Atlantic Women
Curated by Yalitsa Riden, Tara Taylor and Jessica Wiebe
Including works by Becka Barker, Catherine Bussiere, Hannah Levin and Halah Cooper, Marie Koehler, Natalie Boterman, and Rajee Pana Jeji Shergill. More pieces will be added to this line up by early next week. Stay tuned for exciting news!
In addition to the screening, we will be holding “Women in Video: A round table discussion”. Join us on Saturday, March 10th at 3pm for snacks, tea and discussion with a few of the featured artists!
St. Georges Main Hall has an entrance on Maitland st which is accessible by wheelchair by ramp. There is no button to press on the entrance door for it to open automatically, however volunteer greeters will be stationed at the door for duration of the event to offer assistance. There will be light snacks and water available for free.
CFAT would like to remind all that participating in public events is a privilege. Care for yourself and others. There will be no alcohol at this event. We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the space, for discrimination or violent acts, which include but are not limited to: racism, white supremacy, sexism, heterosexism, cissexism/transmisogyny, tokenism, ableism, ageism, sizeism, sexualized and all acts of violence and harassment.
CFAT employees will be on site for the whole duration of the event. Any concern brought to our attention will be taken seriously and addressed immediately.
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