Cold Cuts Video Festival 2016: Disrupting Binaries
Thanks to the support of Canada Council for the Arts, Dawson City International Film Festival, Yukon School of Visual Arts, Yukon Arts Fund, and my collective cohorts Dan Sokolowski and Veronica Verkley, Cold Cuts Video Festival will run again this year in conjunction with the Dawson City International Short Film Festival from March 25-27 in the SOVA Gallery.
The program this year, Disrupting Binaries, is curated by Corinna Ghaznavi, and focuses on Canadian women working in video and animation who address the human relationship with the surrounding environment. Selected artists include Marina Roy, Amanda Dawn Christie, Lisa Birke, Leslie Supnet, and Kelly Mark.
The program curator, Dr. Corinna Ghaznavi, will be in attendence to give a talk on the exhibition during the Opening Reception event on Friday, March 25 from 4-6pm in the SOVA Gallery.
Dr. Corinna Ghaznavi is an independent curator and freelance writer. She has curated exhibitions across Canada and the Netherlands and her writing has been published in Canadian and European art publications.
Please join us for an Opening Reception of Disrupting Binaries in the SOVA Gallery on Friday, March 25, 2016 from 4-6pm.
Gallery Exhibition Hours: Saturday, March 26th 12-5pm & Sunday, March 27th 12-5pm
Festival Curator: Corinna Ghaznavi
Festival Producer: Nicole Rayburn Assistant Producers: Dan Sokolowski & Veronica Verkley
Many thanks to Canada Council for the Arts, Yukon Arts Fund, Dawson City International Short Film Festival , Klondike Institute of Art & Culture, & Yukon School of Visual Arts for their generous support.
Cold Cuts Logo courtesy of Dan Sokolowski
Cold Cuts Video Festival 2016