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1-15-2016 - WHERE NEXT- Poster FINAL SHIMG_1940 IMG_1939 CbIB-dxWwAA1Hnq CbITx88WIAEj__s CbIZUesUcAABR4H CbC31Q2WAAA-pBU CbCoM4QWcAAaNBb CbDOieqWIAAljpw CbDRI0vUsAAqL3M CbCFwjkW8AAiHaM CbDUOydW4AACVDu CbH4LieW8AAuMlO CbDYVmcXEAACZsE CbCG-WoVIAEITDX CbDrylFWcAAtS2d CbCKxUSWAAQRYBK CbHMEViW4AAmkxt IMG_1938 IMG_1932 IMG_1931 IMG_1930 IMG_1929 IMG_1928 IMG_1927The WHERE NEXT: CREATIVE WRITING, NARRATIVE, FILM AND CONTEMPORARY ART symposium over the last few days was a fabulous, generous and generative event – it was great to see so many colleagues, students and members of the international community there!

The symposium featured keynote presentations by Concordia University Director of the Initiative for Indigenous Futures Jason Edward Lewis, Portland-based indisciplinary artist Francesca Capone, and Toronto-based author and poet Liz Worth, a performance by recent BMO 1st Student Art Invitational winner Tamara Cardinal (Himmelspach), and talks by Christian Bök, Victoria Braun, Cheryl Foggo, Sarah Grodecki, Wendy Hill-Tout, Joe Hospodarec, Heather Huston, Silas Kaufman, Larissa Lai, Natalie Lauchlan, Alex Link, Naoko Masuda, Ashok Mathur, Jen Miziuk, Natali Rodrigues, Riley Rossmo, Devyani Saltzman, Nick Sousanis, and Andrew Wreggitt and Elders Darryl and Linda Brass.

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It takes a community to create an event like WHERE NEXT — and I’d like to extend my deepest thanks to

ACAD’s Daniel Doz (and the Office of the President); Marianne Elder (and the Office of the Associate Vice-President of Student Affairs); Alison Miyauchi (and the Office of the Associate Vice-President of Research and Academic Affairs); Marc Scholes (and the Office of the Associate Vice-President of Instructional Affairs); Jo-Anne Clarke (and the School of Continuing Education and Professional Development);

Katie Potapoff, René Martin, JoAnn Reynolds, Steven Hodges, Myra Miller, Laura Vickerson; Natasha Peshak and the ACAD Board of Governors; ACADSA, and the the amazing ACAD Technical support team;

Beatroute, Wordfest, Chartwells and Calgary Arts Development;

the Where Next volunteer team: Daniela Amieva, Alexia Mitchell, Alicia McKenzie, Carly Munro, Ian Nicholas, Polly Orr, V’sheal Lyons, Judith Aldama, Courtney McFadden and Mark Giles;

Stephanie Dewar for all of her incredible energy;

and Michael O’Neill for all the patience and for stepping-up at the last minute.IMG_1921 IMG_1920 IMG_1919 IMG_1918 IMG_1916

 

 

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Alternating Twill Zig Zag_

Alternating Twill Zig Zag by Francesca Capone

FEBRUARY 12-13, 2016!

A two day symposium discussing writing and text-art in a trans-media environment. Featuring discussions and performances by nationally and internationally renowned speakers on the role of creative writing, narrative and “story-telling” in visual and digital art & craft, performance, screen-writing and pedagogy.
WHERE NEXT features nationally and internationally-recognized artists, Calgarian teachers and practitioners, ACAD staff and students — all focused on creative writing and radical pedagogy. Join us for two days of cutting-edge conversation and performance on the role of creative writing within an arts discourse and how writing overlaps teaching and learning.
Coordinated by Calgary’s 2014-2016 Poet Laureate, and ACAD Instructor, Derek Beaulieu.

Tickets are available here.(student discount available by entering the code ACADCreativeWriter)

Keynote Presentations

Jason Edward Lewis (Montreal, QC): Concordia University Research Chair in Computational Media and the Indigenous Future Imaginary. Lewis is the director of the Initiative for Indigenous Futures and co-director of the Skins Workshops on Aboriginal Storytelling and Video Game Design, as well as the winner of the inaugural Robert Coover Award for Electronic Literature for The P.o.E.M.M. Cycle.

Francesca Capone (Portland, OR, USA) is a visual artist who works with interdisciplinary practices. She is currently exhibiting at LUMA/Westbau, The Last Brucennial, The Gelman Gallery at the RISD Museum, Publication Studio Hudson and The Granoff Center at Brown University. She is the author of Weaving Language: Writing in Threads.

Liz Worth (Toronto, ON): Worth’s first book was the first in-depth account of the history of Toronto’s punk music scene entitled Treat Me Like Dirt: An Oral History of Punk in Toronto and Beyond, which created a renewed interest in preserving the history of Canadian punk. Her most recent collection is No Work Finished Here: Rewriting Andy Warhol, a poetic response to Andy Warhol’s novel a: a novel. Worth is also the author of Amphetamine Heart and PostApoc.

Performance
Tamara Himmelspach
Panelists
Ashok Mathur
Nick Sousanis
Naoko Masuda
Silas Kaufman
Cheryl Foggo
Larissa Lai
Christian Bok
Andrew Wreggitt
Devyani Saltzman
Natali Rodrigues
Riley Rossmo
Sarah Grodecki
Joe Hospodarec
Victoria Braun
Natalie Lauchlan
Jen Mizuik
Wendy Hill-Tout
Heather Huston
Alex Link