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AGEWELL Chataqua Project Art exhibition, free workshops and community dialogues

From ICASC: On behalf of the Art for Social Change! (ASC!) Project, you are invited to the AGEWELL Chataqua Project Art exhibition, free workshops and community dialogues. A partnership with Arts Health BC, Judith Marcuse Projects and Simon Fraser University, the AGEWELL Chataqua Project is an arts-based community project that explores aging. On Saturday and […]

New York Public Library Puts Major Dance Video Archive Online

 From Hyperallergic.com The New York Public Library recently digitized thousands of hours of its videos in the Jerome Robbins Dance Division Moving Image Archive, from grainy historic footage to contemporary productions along with preservations of culture. One of these — Annabella — dates from 1897 and shows a dancer swirled in fabric that changes shades.  

Artist Interview – Catherine Falkner (Space, Baby) | Psyche Theatre

What do you hope the audience will walk away from “Space Baby” with? “What the hell was that? I feel weird…hold me. (laughing) I want the audience to walk away pondering on things and, of course, I hope they laugh and feel a bit uncomfortable about why they’re laughing.” READ MORE via Artist Interview – […]

“Space, Baby” premiere at The Toast, Apr 17-19 2014

Come to the spectacular performance of SPACE, BABY. April 17, 18, 19 – 8 pm The Toast Collective 648 Kingsway Tickets $10/15 at the door or at Brown Paper Tickets Space, Baby is a multimedia performance inspired by the palate of 1960s sci-fi film which tells the surreal story of a lone woman searching her […]

AGEWELL Chataqua Project – Call for Art

AGEWELL CHATAQUA PROJECT ART EXHIBITION: Call for Creative Expressions Deadline for submissions – April 17, 2014 Exhibition, Public Dialogues, and free creative workshops – May 27 to June 8, 2014 Further Chataqua Dialogue Series – Starts September 2014 The Agewell Chataqua Project invites you to create and submit small-scale artwork that is an expression of […]

Long-term archiving projects for Final Cut Pro X

I wrote this email to Larry Jordan, author of the famous + awesome training website for video editors.  I was wondering how the new Library structure in FCPX 10.1 would hobble the economical archivist in me.  Since I end up doing some explaining and pontificating, and his answer is very useful, I figure I should […]

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