In a previous article about sound, we talked about dynamics and dynamic range (the range between softest and loudest sounds) and how important it can be to pay attention to these things.
In our commitment to amplify Black voices, we are compiling and promoting links to disseminate the work of Black Canadian Film-makers and Media Artists.
National Indigenous People's Day - so much to celebrate - go and knock yourselves out and check out
Are you wanting to record a song for an album, a string quartet for a film score, some software or hardware synths for a sound design for a game, dialogue for a podcast, a piece of sound art?
SAW Video Media Arts Centre stands in solidarity with Black and Indigenous communities.
To protect our staff, members, and volunteers SAW Video facilities are closed until further notice All SAW Video staff is practicing social distancing and working from their home offices.
With Youtube, Netflix and other video streaming sites as part of our everyday lives, we are certainly not lacking for visual content.
SAW Video Media Art Centre’s Knot Project Space is thrilled to invite you to a one time diffusion of Calla Durose-Moya’s “my friend, the don valley”, Jay Havens’ “Untitled Isolation tests (2020)” a
Even in these uncertain times, there are film festivals that are currently accepting submissions for online screenings; indeed there are some festivals that have been created specifically in respon
We'll be stepping away from our computers this weekend to recharge and soak up the rays, but we'll be back in action on Tuesday. Enjoy the long weekend if you have one!
There is something so compelling about a synthesizer, something that allows you to create sounds that have never existed before.
Reminder! Knot Project Space’s annual call for proposals is closing this Sunday, April 19th at 11:59pm!
In an effort to support artists during the COVID-19 pandemic, SAW Video is offering a free workshop series during the month of April for SAW Video members and members of the Ottawa arts community a
Just because we’re all staying in our homes for a while (and we are all staying home and helping us all stay healthy, we hope!
In case you missed Byron Pascoe's webinar on the Legal Considerations for Filmmakers, you can still catch the entire presentation on YouTube.
Knot Project Space would like to invite artists to submit to our new stay-at-home-web-residency program.
Both SAW Video and our guest lecturer, Howard Adler, felt it best to postpone our next Night School lecture, Indigenous Futurisms.
The SAW Video staff tele-met yesterday and we made some great progress!
We wanted to reassure you that we're currently preparing to offer our workshops virtually and Video Schoolhouse 2020 is still set for April 7th - May 26th.