During the month of August Video Pool’s Technical Department will be operating on reduced hours.
We will be open Tuesday – Friday 10:30am – 5:30pm & Saturday 11:00am-5:00pm.
We will be closed Sunday and Monday.
Regular hours will resume Tuesday, September 2. Thank you for your understanding.
On now: our annual exhibition in Platform Gallery (Main Floor 100 Arthur St.) of works by Video Pool’s fundholders. This year’s show includes the 2013 – 2014 recipients of the Media Production Fund and the New Artist in New Media Fund, Shawn Jordan, Jaimie Isaac, Ryan Amadore, Kevin Tabachnik, Marianne Jonasson & Elvira Finnigan. Congratulations to all the artists, we’re very excited to see the final works! The show will run until August 23.
Volunteer Gallery Sitters Needed!
From Saturday, July 26 to Thursday, August 21 our annual exhibition of work produced by Video Pool’s fundholders will take place in Platform Gallery (main floor of Artspace, 100 Arthur St). The show will be open noon to 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday throughout the month. We’re looking for volunteer gallery sitters to fill the shifts!
Volunteers receive credits worth $12 per hour that can be used towards facility or equipment rentals here at Video Pool.
Please email Andy Rudolph at email@example.com or call our technical department at204-949-9134 ext. 1 if you have a free afternoon and are interested in volunteering.
Watch Risa Horowitz’s Artist Talk
Video Pool is excited to share the Canada Council for the Arts’ announcement of a 1.5 million dollar investment into a new digital distribution platform. We are thrilled to be part of this amazing group of distributors who have been working so hard to get the platform off the ground to benefit Video Pool Members and the Media Arts Community at large! Read the press release.
Did you miss the “Toxic Life and Engineered Death” symposium Video Pool convened in conjunction with the Toxicity exhibition? Not to worry! All the talks from the day long event are now online! The keynote speakers were: Steve Kurtz, Joe Davis and Natalie Jeremijenko. Additional talks were given by Jennifer Willet, Andrew E. Pelling, Niki Sperou, Ted Heibert and Melentie Pandilovski. Go to the list of videos or