Noel at the Farm, watercolour by Angela Walcott Toronto artist Angela Walcott presents her second geolocation project with Digital Stories Canada and the grunt gallery’s digital storytelling workshops: The People’s Garden Project. The People’s Garden is an Ontario Culture Days 2022 Creatives in Residence project which looks at relationships between farming, food, creativity and community, … Read more
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29d9IWwTG5Y 360 video is a powerful technological tool that allows a viewer to experience a sense of place with interactivity. Viewers can scroll to show another viewpoint within a 360 degree video image. In a sense, this places Roberto Molina, a paraplegic athlete, at the centre of the frame with the world moving around him. … Read more
Michelle La Flamme and her friend Cappy the horse Introducing Michelle La Flamme and her friend Cappy the horse. Cappy lives in a community-run stable, working as a cooperative. This tour follows a wilderness walking path, a protected rural area inside a major Canadian city. Happy trails! If you want to visit the location with … Read more
Coco documents her process and techniques as an artist while she creates a painting encouraging people to accept and respect Indigenous women. We worked together on Coco’s digital story during a workshop at the Carnegie Centre in Vancouver, in a program supported by the grunt gallery and Vancouver Foundation.
A soundscape inspired by the comings and goings of people, creatures, and things over time.
From the historic train-stopping Militant Mothers of Raymur, to crow migrations over the ghosts of streetcar lines, to slick moves in a grassroots skatepark, Echoes of Movement turns location recordings into music.
Artist Chris Bose takes us on a tour of his favourite Kamloops arts spots.
He begins with murals he co-created with community members at the Kamloops Aboriginal Friendship and the Immigrant Services Centres.
Next, check out the Free Wall, a place where graffiti is legal. Then relax on a bench with a view at Peterson Creek Park.
The Suzuki Elders are a voluntary association of self-identified elders, working with and through the David Suzuki Foundation. They support other elders and younger generations through dialogue and action on environmental issues. Five of the elders share what they’ve learned from these collaborations.