And I am thinking now that this is an exciting time for us, as Western Canadians, and in particular, Albertans.
BY Lindsay Sorell
BY Rebecca Smyth
A phone conversation with Indigenous Futurist Jason Edward Lewis about building new knowledge systems in support of diversity and sustainability.
BY Tianna Fischer
Experimental celluloid filmmaker Lindsay McIntyre, Visiting Artist for Calgary’s 24th Annual $100 Film Festival, discusses the disruptive, renewed vitality of film in the digital age.
BY Ashley Bedet
Surreal, hyperbolic, but ultimately relatable, the chaos of Lisa Lipton’s universe is always held together by a beat of a drum.
BY Sally Raab
Stripping film photography technology down to its most basic components—aperture, light and exposure—enables a group of artists at Calgary’s Studio C to capture images through a process that is unpredictable, simple and magic.
BY Ginger Carlson
Whether moved by human or natural forces, shifting rock and sediment in the Albertan badlands provides a chronology for ghosts and abandoned towns.
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