Works produced by this year’s scholars converge around two core themes: constructed identities and constructed landscapes. Encompassing a range of media from single-channel stop-motion animation to a hybrid performance / video installation brought alive through audience participation, each piece offers to engage, provoke or surprise the audience. The artists included in this year’s screening are: Lindsay Dobbin, Timothy Ediger, Tori Fleming, Beck Gilmer-Osborne, Kasia Klimpel, Lee-Anne Poole, Rena Thomas, Johanna Thompson and Susan Tooke.
Tickets: $10 regular/ $8 students in advance, or $12/$10 at the door
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Please be advised that one of the works in this year’s presentation has received an “R” rating from the Nova Scotia Alcohol and Gaming Commission.
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