Row houses on Pengarth Court will be converted into a multi-purpose art centre providing the community with a unique space for creative and civic engagement. Houses on Pengarth undertakes to stage a temporary Museum and experimental art lab in four houses slated for eventual demolition at Pengarth Court in Lawrence Heights. Taken together, the houses […]
Cinema Expo 67 engages in fundamental research and contextualization of the most important films to have disappeared from the Canadian film canon.
Janine Marchessault [Project Lead and Curator] - Massive Public Art Exhibition in Markham, Ontario, September 21 - October 14, 2013
2013 Summit Theme: “Recalculating: Culture in a Digital World” 2013 Summit Location: City of Ottawa, Ontario, May 29-31
MUSEUM FOR THE END OF THE WORLD: Mounted in various locations around Nathan Phillips Square and City Hall (from Council Chambers to the underground parking garage), Museum for the End of the World is an exercise in creativity and crisis.
TEDxYorkU: We're excited to have Janine Marchessault, Professor of Cinema and Media Studies with York's Faculty of Fine Arts and Canada Research Chair in Art, Digital Media, and Globalization, join us at City 2.0!
Marchessault has recently received the prestigious Trudeau Fellowship Award to support her research.
Located within the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design at York University, the Future Cinema Lab (FCL) investigates how new digital storytelling techniques can critically transform a diverse array of state-of-the-art screens.
A Public Access + LOT Project: The Public Access Collective will collaborate with L.O.T. : Experiments in Urban Research (Collective) to commission several artist projects for a site specific exhibition in a series of six vacant bungalows slated for demolition by HYATT HOMES
The Visible City Project seeks to understand the different roles that artists play in imagining and helping to design 21st century cities.