Home Made Visible artistic director, Ananya Ohri speaks with Artspeak Digest Radio . Artspeak partnered with Recollective to present an archives-themed show as part of Vancouver Independent Archives Week 2018! The interview aired Tuesday, November 13th @ 9 pm PST on Co-op Radio 100.5FM.
She touches on the Project’s inception, the ongoing digitization of home movies, the artists commission and their upcoming premiere, and what’s next for the Project!
All works premiere Saturday, November 17th at 2:30 pm at Daniels Spectrum. Book your seats here now.
Thanks to friend of the Festival, Grunt Gallery for connecting us!
On Thursday, October 18th at our Annual Fundraiser we launched our full festival lineup for the 16th Annual Regent Park Film Festival. This year’s lineup includes 44 films, including our very own Home Made Visible artists collection. The entire Regent Park Film Festival offers FREE ADMISSION and FREE CHILDCARE and runs Nov. 14 – 17th, 2018.
Get a sneak of the program below with our Home Made Visible Trailer:
Saturday, November 17th at 2:30 pm
Daniels Spectrum – 585 Dundas St. E
- Six short films screening
- One mixed media installation
- Talkback with all artists and Project’s Artistic Director
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416 599 7733
We hope to see you there!
PS- If you miss the world premiere, you can join us in 2019 as we tour all the Home Made Visible artist works through libraries across Canada. Stay tuned.
Check out this She Does the City interview with Home Made Visible, Artistic Director, Ananya Ohri for more on the premieres, what BIPOC artists she’s excited about, and how we can all support BIPOC artists.
Take a deeper look at Home Made Visible with special projects manager Elizabeth Mudenyo in her interview for This Magazine. She gives insight on the importance of representation, and how archiving the stories of Indigenous people and visible minorities can help underrepresented communities claim their place in Canadian history.
On the East Coast of Canada? You may have seen us making the rounds! An article on Home Made Visible ran in the Oct. 2 editions of the Halifax Citizen, Dartmouth Tribune and Bedford-Sackville Observer, as well as the Oct. 3 edition of the South Shore Breaker.
We are eager to have more contributors from the East Coast! And if you’re in Halifax, you’re in luck, you can have your old tapes digitized locally with the support of our Regional Digitization and Outreach Partner, the Centre for Art Tapes. Check out our FAQ for how you can participate.
In the meantime check out The Chronicle Herald article featuring Home Made Visible’s Special Project Manager, Elizabeth Mudenyo.