2016/17 Media Arts Scholarship Exhibition
The Centre for Art Tapes is pleased to present OUT OF THE CENTRE: The 2016/17 Media Arts Scholarship Presentation. For 28 years, the CFAT Media Art Scholarship Program has provided local artists with the chance to explore an aspect of media art with which they have little to no experience. Scholars receive six months of one-to-one guidance from specially selected mentors, as well as workshops taught by experts in areas such as audio, video, production, editing, after effects and electronics. For the duration for the program, they have free access to facilities, equipment, and staff support.
This year’s presentation includes works by:
- Jeighk Koyote (Mentor: Sam Decoste)
- Tamar Dina (Mentor: Becka Barker)
- Todd Fraser (Mentor: Lukas Pearse)
- Ryan Josey (Mentor: James MacSwain)
- Kate Ward (Mentor: Susan Tooke)
Thursday, February 9th at 7pm
Enter through the Centre for Art Tapes back door at 2169 Gottingen St.
Suggested Donation of $10
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