Home Made Visible is expanding Canada’s media archives Home Made Visible launched last fall and as we reach the midway point of our project, we took a moment to reflect on the project’s impact thus far and how we’re widening our reach.
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Thank you to rabble.ca for being Media Sponsor for Re:collections, the Home Made Visible symposium on how BIPOC communities are engaging in archiving and counter-archiving, held on Saturday, April 28th, 2018 at the Toronto Media Arts Centre (TMAC). (Photo Credit: Adrian Patterson) Check out the podcast on rabble radio: the ‘Homemade Visible’ Project’s goal is to increase […]
Join us at Re:collections for discussions on archiving and counter-archiving. Re:collections brings Indigenous artists and artists of colour to share how their work engages, re-frames and re-defines the archive. Whether the archive is a collection in a formal memory institution, or a recently dusted off basement find.Saturday April 28th, 2018 11 – 4pm at the Toronto Media Arts […]
Project Artistic Director, Ananya Ohri was invited to speak at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference on Saturday, March 17th, 2018. Ananya did a case study on Home Made Visible: Regent Park, an event held at the 2017 Festival that invited past and present residents of Regent Park to a story sharing circle […]
The Home Made Visible nationwide call out for Indigenous artists and artists of colour left our jury with the difficult task of selecting six artists out of several submissions. The objective of the commission is to create short media works with a range in storytelling and representation, that engage with personal and/or institutional archives to […]
“I remember my late grandfather always recording important family moments with a camera or a camcorder. The footage brings back heartfelt moments of family gatherings and also gives a personal view of history. I am sure many families have home videos on tapes or film reels and sadly, some of them may be falling apart […]