TransCanadian Pipeline Project

2008-09-20 13:00 - 2008-11-20 09:10
Studio XX TransCanadian Pipeline Project
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As Canada's foremost feminist bilingual media arts centre for technological exploration, production and critique, Studio XX is hitting the road with its TransCanada Pipeline Project to share twelve years of cutting-edge creation while taking the pulse of the media arts landscape. After a Quebec City launch, the Pipeline Project now focuses on the Maritimes, travelling to cities across Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

Follow and interact with Studio XX online as it tours the country by checking out photos, video clips and postings on the blog. Add in your own impressions and commentaries!

Pipeline Blog

Notes on Tom Sherman’s Keynote Address

At the 13th Annual Symposium on Art: You Even Called Me Friend

Co-organized by the Owens Arts Gallery and Struts Gallery


by Jane Moloney, Ph.D

Struts Window

Struts Restorer of the Heart. Photo: Paulina Abarca-Cantin

"Our visual culture" says Tom Sherman, "operates with the horizontal characteristics of an oral culture."

Mentorship, Friendship and Evolution

by Paulina Abarca-Cantin

Image Marginalia, by Pam Hall + Margaret Dragu

Image: Marginalia, © Pam Hall + Margaret Dragu


Par Chantal Dumas
15 octobre

Pendant qu'une partie de l'équipe respirait le vent d'est, je suis allée faire un saut à Toronto; deux journées très remplies.

Du 15 au 19 octobre, se tenait la 10è édition du festival autochtone imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts.

Programme imagineNATIVE. photo par

Discovering Studio XX

By Jane Moloney, Ph.D.

At the St John's International Women's Film Festival this year, Studio XX seemed to be present everywhere where good things were happening.

A strange tale of connections and overlap.

Tom Sherman: a man with a message

Tom Sherman was the keynote speaker at the 13th annual Symposium of Art at The Owens Art Gallery in Sackville, New Brunswick.

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