Digital Storytelling Workshops – Live at grunt or Online Winter 2023
• Small groups of up to four storytellers
• No tech knowledge required
• Free as we have Vancouver Foundation funding
• Get support while you learn digital storytelling
• Connect with other artists in a safe creative space
• Create work for the Mount Pleasant Community Art Screen (MPCAS)
Currently there is a waiting list going for either in-person (in early 2023 in grunt’s spacious Amenity Room beside the gallery) or on Zoom this fall or winter.
During the live 4-hour workshop, you’ll have a chance to meet grunt’s curator, Whess Harman, to discuss your concepts. The Zoom workshop is split up into four separate one hour meetings over a few months.
Get in touch if you’d like to join a digital storytelling workshop with Lorna Boschman and Sebnem Ozpeta.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot on the waiting list. Workshops are free but space is limited.
grunt gallery is accessed from the sidewalk via a 106” long, 64” wide concrete ramp that rises 12”. The slope is 1 : 8.75. There are no rails on the ramp. The front entrance is a manually operated outward-swinging double door with a total width of 64”. Entry to the Media Lab behind the gallery space is via a 42” wide passage and entry to the neighbouring amenity space is through a manually operated outward swinging double door with a total width of 70”. No stairs, inclines, or elevators are necessary to access the public areas once inside the gallery.
grunt gallery has a single gender neutral washroom that is accessed via a 31” wide doorway with a sliding pocket door with a door handle that is 40” high. The toilet has a 10” clearance on the left side and a 21” clearance in front, with a support bar on the left side. The sink height is 34”. Please contact us via email@example.com with any questions.
Check out past event documentation on our Vimeo page.
Images: An Exploration of Resilience and Resistance by Kali Spitzer, opening reception, 2019; a sentimental dissidence by Gabi Dao, opening reception, 2019; Together Apart Queer Indigeneities Symposium, artist talk by Jas M. Nixon, 2019.