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June 1, 2021

Call for Submissions: VP Learning Laboratories Workshops

Hosted by Video Pool Media Arts Centre

Are you interested in engaging artists about technology-based arts through online discussions, lectures, or workshops? Please fill out the form below.

Video Pool Media Arts Centre (VP) is Manitoba’s only artist-run centre dedicated to the exploration of technology-based art. We aim to inspire curiosity and creative expression through technological empowerment and open exploration in all media art forms, cultivating experimental artistic practices and accessibility to technology through presentation, production, preservation, and education.

Through our new Online Learning Series – VP Learning Laboratories, we seek to partner with innovative artists, educators, activists and technicians interested in furthering the capacity of media artists through a range of creative concepts focused on technology. We are accepting any ideas you may have but are particularly interested in concepts around creative coding, physical computing (interactivity), algorithmic bias, data mining, VR, AR or other immersive technologies, as well as sound art, video art and other experimental practices using technology. All workshops will be free of charge to all participants.

This Online Learning Series is open to practitioners and artists across Canada.

Deadline: June 1st, 2021 for workshops starting in October. We will continue to accept applications on an ongoing basis until the schedule is filled.

Accessibility

Proposals by and for equity seeking groups are strongly encouraged to apply.  For more information please contact Heidi Phillips – Education Manager at: heidi@videopool.org

Organizations

Video Pool Media Arts Centre

300 – 100 Arthur Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 1H3, Canada

Email: info@videopool.org

Video Pool Media Arts Centre aims to inspire curiosity and creative expression through technological empowerment and open exploration in all media art forms, cultivating experimental artistic practices and accessibility to technology through presentation, production, preservation, and education. We house the largest collection of prairie video art in Canada, present work at the intersection of technology and art in our Poolside Gallery, and The Output, our A/V performance and rehearsal venue, provides new opportunities for performance based work. VP is Manitoba’s only artist-run centre dedicated to the exploration of technology-based art.