We're launching a new, FREE lecture series in 2019!
SAW Video’s Night School is a bi-monthly, free, lecture series designed to provide the basic fundamentals of media arts, theories and current works of significance and interest. We want to demystify this constantly evolving form of ours. Night School is divided into four lectures:
Apply to the Telefilm Talent to Watch Program by Monday, February 4, 2019!
SAW Video extends The Common Cinema series with a screening of Tonsler Park on Thursday!
Our Knot Project Space is excited to host another screening as part of The Common Cinema, an initiative that has seen the venue operate as a small-scale community movie theatre featuring evening screenings with community partners from November 27 to December 1.
Tonsler Park (2017) 80 min.
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Knot Project Space is excited to host another screening as part of The Common Cinema, an initiative that has seen the venue operate as a small-scale community movie theatre, which hosted five consecutive evening screening with different partners from November 27th to December 1st.
Apply for Exhibition Assistance through SAW Video Media Arts Centre by December 10, 2018!
Join us for Monthly Equipment Demos starting December 4th, 2018.
From November 27th – December 1st, 2018, Knot Project Space will function as The Common Cinema, a small-scale community theatre presenting five consecutive evening screenings, each in collaboration with a different partner organisation: The Transgender Media Portal at Carleton University, Kind Space Ottawa, Cinema Politica, MAX Ottawa and Visual AIDS.
We are pleased to announce the artists participating in Knot Projections, a new program launched through our Knot Project Space in October 2018. Congratulations to Pansee Atta, Ryan Conrad, Hélène Lefebvre, Maayke Shurer, and Sasha Phipps.
Knot Project Space is excited to continue its 'Video in the Public Sphere' speaker series with a lecture by Toronto-based artist, educator and researcher Dave Colangelo. A founding member of the Public Visualization Studio, Colangelo’s lecture will describe, historicize, theorize, and examine various examples of “massive media” - an emerging subset of socio-technical assemblages that include large outdoor projections, programming architectural façades, and urban screens.
- About the ‘Video in the Public Sphere’ Speaker Series -