Portrait of a Zamboni Driver
Growing up in Colombia, Luis España dreamed of a different life. When he married a Cree woman from Canada and returned to her small town, Luis found a sense of place driving the Zamboni at the local ice-rink where hockey is King.
SCREENING + TALKBACK
Time: Sunday March 3rd, 1 - 2:30 pm
Capacity: 30 (Please register in advance)
A theatrical screening of all of six short films our commissioned films, with a discussion following the program with our Indigenous filmmakers Nadine Arpin, Jennifer Dysart and Lisa Jodoin. Learn more about the artists athomemadevisible.ca/artists
Home Made Visible commissioned Indigenous filmmakers Lisa Jodoin, Jennifer Dysart, and Nadine Arpin are hosting a workshop exploring the idea of the personal archive. In this workshop participants are asked to bring an object of significance to share with a small group. Through activities and exercises, the facilitators will guide workshop participants in expressing the memory and story attached to those objects to then produce a new personal archive: a digital audio/photo file, a mailable postcard or an attachable memory tag.
This is a hands-on workshop and every participant will go home with leave both their original and new archival objects.
Registration is required as space is limited to eight participants.
Questions about the workshop? Please email Nadine at firstname.lastname@example.org
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