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Elder/Youth Story Exchange, Waycobah First Nation, Cape Breton

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This multi-generational project combines the ancient art of oral storytelling with the contemporary art of media-based storytelling. A series of short videos inspired by Elders’ stories will be created through a collaboration process by children/youth, teachers, Elders, community members, local…
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Les voix de Clare résonnent, Clare, NS

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a collaborative multi-media installation project that explores the evolving rural Acadian identity in the Clare region. Les voix de Clare résonnent is a multi-media installation project created by L’Acadie art exchange collective (Sheila LeBlanc, Ariella Pahlke, Ann Verrall) artists from…
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Birchtown Video Project, Birchtown Nova Scotia

Birchtown: the next verse 16 min. 2014 Written & directed by the participants in the Birchtown Summer Video Camp 2012 a project in partnership with: • Black Loyalist Heritage Society  http://www.blackloyalist.com/ • Centre for Art Tapes http://www.centreforarttapes.ca/ Through song, poetry…
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Annaplois Valley Gender & Sexuality Project

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Annaplois Valley Gender & Sexuality Project Shortworks is partnering with the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board, Municipality of the County of Kings/Action Plan for Ending Racism and Discrimination and the town of Berwick to work with GSA students across the Annapolis…
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We Call it Wikuom screening

Annapolis Valley Youth Video Project

We Call it WIKUOM 11 min. screening APRIL 30, 7pm Emerging Lens Film Festival Mi’kmaq Friendship Centre, Halifax, NS written & directed by youth participants with mentor artists Josee Bourgeois Luckas Cardona Tara Lee Reddick Shoulder 2 Shoulder Ann Verrall

We Call it Wikuom screening

at Emerging Lens Film FestivalHalifax, NS April 30, 2014 @ Mi’kmaq Friendship Centre 2158 Gottingen St. FREE ADMISSION

Annapolis Valley Video Project 2013

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Annapolis Valley Video Project 2013 This project focused on First Nations and African Nova Scotia youth in the Annapolis Valley. Youth wrote and performed a song and dramatic scenes, did traditional and hiphop dance to create a video that explores…
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