Sharon is an activist, an award winning video artist, a community organizer and as such juggles two half time jobs: Outreach Coordinator for the Arusha Centre and Community Liason for Ald. Joe Ceci at City Hall. She shares her skills and philosophy teaching video production to youth and women's groups. She has successfully integrated art, activism, feminism, and social justice into her life, and still has fun. Sharon Stevens has been an independent video producer since 1989 and is committted to production values that include collective process and feminist analysis. She has made a dozen collaborative and solo videos in as many years, and has received two Alberta Motion Picture Industry (AMPIA) nominations, winning one in 1996 for her documentary, Doodlebugs: the video. Sharon's work has been broadcast on WTN and screened at various festivals across Canada. Sharon has served on boards for artists-run centres in Calgary and has just finished a six year commitment volunteering for herland feminist film and video festival. As co-founder for herland's InCamera Film/Video Production Workshop she contributes by showing her video work through deconstruction in one of the sessions each year. Currently she is on the Folk Festival Board and now servince on a Steering committee for the Calgary Arts Development Authority.