Join the freelance roster for our new audio suite!
Both SAW Video and our guest lecturer, Howard Adler, felt it best to postpone our next Night School lecture, Indigenous Futurisms.
Our plan is to reschedule this lecture for May/June of this year, so please stay tuned. We we really appreciate your interest in this program and we'll have some more content online for you very soon!
The SAW Video staff tele-met yesterday and we made some great progress!
We're developing more online offerings to be announced soon, including virtual tech-support by appointment with our Post-Production Coordinator.
To protect our staff, members, and volunteers SAW Video facilities are closed until April 5th, 2020. All SAW Video staff is practicing social distancing and working from their home offices. All equipment and facility rentals are suspended.
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.
We'll have even more good news on Wednesday, so please stay tuned.
Be safe and take care!
SAW Video is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in the city of Ottawa. As such we are referencing public health updates and recommendations in our activities and services. We wanted to check-in with all workshop and programming event attendees about what this specifically means for SAW Video as the health of our staff members and those who we engage with is a top priority. We also would like to address that we are only responding to substantiated facts and remaining cool, calm and collected in our response to this situation.
Join us for our grant info session on Wednesday April 15th from 5:30pm-7:00pm in The Loop. We will provide program overviews for both First Time Video and JumpstART, eligibility requirements and answer questions about the application process. This info session is open to all SAW Video members and members of the arts community of Ottawa.