BECOME PART OF THE NEW MOUNT PLEASANT COMMUNITY ART SCREEN!
Fall Workshops, 2019
Sunday, September 22, 1-5PM
Sunday, October 20, 1-5PM
Sunday, October 27, 1-5PM
Sunday, November 17, 1-5PM
Sunday, November 24, 1-5PM
Location: grunt gallery, #116 – 350 East 2 Avenue, Vancouver, BC
This Fall, grunt gallery and EastVan Digital Stories join forces once again with Mount Pleasant and Vancouver residents who wish to create short videos around the theme of PLACE. Artists Lorna Boschman and Sebnem Ozpeta will host a series of five, free, weekly workshops at grunt gallery that walk participants through the process of digital story making!
Through the digital stories group process, you will be able to create and share your own authentic story by combining digital photos and/or video. Selected videos from the workshops will be shown on grunt gallery’s Mount Pleasant Community Art Screen and on digitalstories.ca.
To sign up, please choose one day (from the dates listed above), include one alternative date in case your first choice of the workshop is filled.
Send an email to Lorna Boschman: lorna (at) digitalstories (dot) ca
In the email include your name, email address, phone/text number, and whether you live in Mount Pleasant or Vancouver. Please include one, or two, sentences about why you would like to create a short digital story. Lorna will send you a list of things you must bring to the workshop including several photos (from your phone or camera) and/or video that directly relates to your story’s theme.
Workshops fill up quickly, and a maximum of four people can register per weekly workshop!
Special thanks to the Vancouver Foundation who made this project possible.
Vancouver Foundation is dedicated to creating healthy, vibrant and livable communities across BC. Since 1943, our donors have created 1,800 endowment funds and together we have distributed more than $1 billion to charities. From arts and culture to the environment, health and social development, education, medical research and more, we exist to make meaningful and lasting improvements to communities in BC.
Image credit: Jane Shi, soy chicken qingming, digital story, 2019.