A joint Photography Exhibition of the works of two IMAC members (Sean Berrigan and Adnan Saciragic) is opening Wednesday May 1st at 7pm at The Gallery at The Guild (corner of Richmond St. and Queen St. Charlottetown).
This exhibit runs until May 31st and will adorn the walls for receptions and parties during the 4th annual Island Media Arts Festival.
Sean’s “Levitas” is a surrealist photo series based around the visual act of levitation and the wonder and beauty of humans doing such feats in their natural environments.
Adnan’s “I Was There” is a body of work that openly documents his life. The images are a reflection of is time – the events, people and places he has (un) intentionally come across.
The CBC has announced the PEI 321 Award for 2013! The 321 Award will provide $3000 to a winning Producer/Director team from PEI to produce a short film.
To find out more about applying download the 321 GUIDELINES and the 321 APPLICATION FORM.
Long-standing IMAC member Louise Lalonde won a 2013 WWAVE Award at the Women Making Waves conference in Halifax recently. Women Making Waves is a conference put on by the Atlantic Chapter of Women in Film and Television. Louise Lalonde has contributed greatly to the media arts sector on PEI through many avenues, not the least of which is heading up thePEI Screenwriter’s Bootcamp for seven years running.
Deadline to apply to the 2013 PEI Screenwriter’s Bootcamp is coming up on April 8th! More Info. HERE.
Shake those mid-winter blues with an old fashioned BYOM party. That’s BRING YOUR OWN MOVIE. If you have a short film that you’ve made, or something that you’re currently working on that you’d like others to see.. bring it along! DVDs or quicktime files work best.
All IMAC Members welcome!
The evening will entail some food and beverages, some hanging-out and some watching of one another’s films. Come on down and get to know the PEI filmmaking and media arts community.
Thursday March 7th at 7:30 – 10pm
Location: Springhead Studios - 250-B Queen St. Charlottetown (entrance on the parking lot facing Kwik-Kopy)
IMAC is seeking a contract interim executive director for the period February 25 to May 31, 2013.
Working under the direct supervision of the IMAC board, duties include:
- Staffing IMAC office four days a week (specific hours to be negotiated)
- Administering IMAC equipment checkout and return
- Dealing with mail, newsletters and other communications of the Co-op
- Handling the day to day business of the Co-op including managing memberships, preparing invoices and paying bills
- Managing the projects of the Co-op as directed by the board
- Preparing reports to funders
- Managing IMAC members access to the facility
- Reporting the status of the organization and its finances to the board
Remuneration is $500/week for the duration of the contract
If you are interested in being considered for this contract, please send a letter and resume to email@example.com by 5 PM Friday, February 22, 2013.
On January 19th, IMAC will present a workshop on how to make a documentary film. This workshop will be instructed by Mark Sandiford and Millefiore Clarkes and is an introduction to the craft of planning out and shooting a documentary. The workshop will focus on the techniques of interviewing, film and recording, how to relate as an interviewer or merely an observer, and discuss what kinds of cameras, sound recording and lighting is best for what situation or scenario. For more info. go HERE.
The Island Media Arts Festival is gearing up again for 2013 and this year it has a new website!
Go to www.imaf.ca for all your festival needs.
Call for submissions is NOW OPEN!
Wednesday, December 12 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm at the theatre of The Guild
IMAC will host the first in a series of ’round-tables’ for writers to table their scripts (finished or work-in-process) for constructive but professional feedback and critique from their peers. Writers can present scripts and concepts for any kind of work as long as they bring at least six copies of the script they wish to present for their ‘table’ to review with them. Tables will be kept small to allow each group to concentrate on what they are being presented and to allow for in-depth analysis, discussion and the open sharing of opinion.
For all those who really wonder how a potential audience would react to their work this is an excellent opportunity to find out how your work impacts and what reaction it creates – for those more experienced writers trying something different, you’ll get the feedback you are looking for!
Admission is free and open to members and non-members and there will be a cash bar. See you there!
Learn the art of HD! IMAC will be offering three all-day workshops focusing on demonstrating the use of the Sony EX1 and EX3 and F3 cameras. The workshops will be open to the general public as the admission will be $20.00 per person. Please contact Jim Bruce to register at 892-3131 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The EX1 and F3 taught by directors Brian Sharp and Jason Rogerson
- CHARLOTTETOWN - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 – 10am-4pm
- Springhead Studios – 250-B Queen Street
The EX3 taught by director Susan Rodgers
- SUMMERSIDE - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 – 10am-4pm
- Blue Mountain Entertainment – 259 Harbour Drive
The EX1 and F3 taught by directors Brian Sharp and Jason Rogerson
- MONTAGUE – SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15 – 10am-4pm
- The Cavendish Farms Wellness Centre – 53 Wood Islands Road – upstairs in the Hambly Room
Prince Edward Island 2014 - the 150th anniversary celebration of the 1864 Charlottetown Conference – is an exciting opportunity for IMAC members to contribute proposals for any project, event, presentation or original work. IMAC is eligible to submit proposals for funding and there is no limit on how many for each consecutive deadline, and IMAC is willing to accept any grant proposal from any member or group of members for submission to ’2014′. Go HERE to find out more about the grant requirements for 2014.
Please be advised that the deadline for submission to IMAC will be Thursday, November 29th.
IMAC will not make selections, or operate as a jury. Our goal is for the board to review all proposals to make certain of their viability with regards to the ’2014′ requirements, thematically, practically and fiscally. Our goal is to help each proposal be as strong and as focused as possible - thus the initial deadline of November, to allow feedback and revisions beforewe submit to ’2014′. All proposals should also be made in a spirit of growing our co-op, reflecting well on the co-op and having relevance to the co-op’s mandate, history and goals.