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Kandis Friesen

Kandis Friesen

Born and raised in the prairies, Kandis Friesen is an artist and cultural worker based in Montréal, Québec. Working from an interdisciplinary approach to both drawing and moving image, her work has been shown locally and internationally at various festivals and galleries, including recent projects with DARE-DARE and OBORO in Montreal, Mural Arts Program / Broken City Lab (Philadelphia, US), and Eastern Edge (St.

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Wired Women Salon 90 : Cynthia Naggar + The Distance Between: Stereoscopic 3D Art by Women

Cynthia Naggar project

With: Cynthia Naggar, Leila Sujir, Maria Lantin, Alison Loader, Emily Pelstring and Rebecca St John 

 Exhibit + Vernissage + Artist Talks
Thursday, May 17, 2012, 7PM

4001, Berri Street (corner Duluth) space 201
Admission: $5 or *FREE* for members.
Hors d’œuvres and refreshments will be served. 

 

SANDDE: draw in stereoscopic 3D space

Photo Sandde

Saturday May 26, 2012, from 1pm to 5pm (4 hours)

Teacher Claire Blanchet

60$ + 50$ Studio XX membership - prices include taxes.

SANDDE is a new stereoscopic 3D animation system that allows the user to draw in stereoscopic 3D space, and sculpt lines as if manipulating a wire sculpture. 

Sandde: The World’s First Freehand S-3D Animation System

Photo Sandde

Presentation by Emily Pelstring
Public Demo by Claire Blanchet
3pm - 4pm

Sandde is the stereoscopic equivalent of a piece of paper and a pencil. Whether you need to create a finished animation, a 3D storyboard, or a stereoscopic painting, Sandde offers quick and intuitive methods for getting your ideas out into a virtual 3D world.

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