Trinity Square Video and Vtape are seeking video works from undergraduate or graduate-level students, who are currently enrolled at any Ontario-based post-secondary institution! ⊕
Past Events Archive
Day With(out) Art 2022: BEING & BELONGING
Now available online! Vtape & Visual AIDS present “Being & Belonging,” a program of seven short videos highlighting under-told stories of HIV and AIDS from the perspective of artists living with HIV across the world. If you missed the in-person screening, click through to the event page. Presented with support from AIDS Action Now! and Viral Interventions. ⊕
Press the Record Button: Considering the Archives of Mike MacDonald, curated by Lisa Myers
Oct. 7 – Nov. 5, 2022: Press the Record Button considers the video and material archive of the late Mi’kmaw artist Mike MacDonald to address broader questions about artists’ archives. It includes an eclectic mix of his source materials, from punk rock shows to anti-nuclear protests and testimony on court cases, as well as his collection of 7″ singles. ⊕
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: Guardian of Sleep (2022), by Zachery Longboy
Watch Zachery Longboy’s brand-new video, Guardian of Sleep, on September 30, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. ⊕
Decolonize Canada Day!
Canada Day silences Indigenous voices, causing further marginalization of Indigenous communities. Vtape represents stories that celebrate reclamation, rematriation and the reestablishment of Indigenous knowledge. Click to stream Reclamation, 2018, 13:19 by TJ Cuthand, June 30th to July 8th, 2022. Reclamation… ⊕
Since opening our doors in 1983, Vtape has presented a substantial program of screenings, exhibitions, artists’ talks, and publications. Events from recent years are represented here in this archive. This on-line resource reflects a unique combination of event-based programming and education dedicated to the development of video artists and new and diverse audiences. The Past Events Archive is organized by year, starting with the most recent events, and moving backwards through history.