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Projection Technologist Practicum







Throughout the summer, practicum participants will implement video equipment in support of Banff Centre’s Performing Arts residency programs. Participants will facilitate the video needs of the Performing Arts department under the supervision of a faculty mentor. 

The program also offers exposure to other multimedia disciplines at Banff Centre including 2D and 3D animation, VR, augmented reality, and interactivity for live performance. 

What does the program offer?

This practicum program provides hands-on experience with large scale video equipment in a fast paced, professional environment. Participants will have to manage time and resources to best support the performances and workshops occurring on campus. Participants will gain experience in both technical system design and resource management.

Who should apply?

Applicants should have a working knowledge of video systems including projectors and displays, as well as experience in the technical side of live performance either as a technician or manager.

Accepted applicants will need to bring the following items to the program:

Logo-free show blacks

CSA apporved Steel-toed shoes or boots

Flashlight or headlamp

Adjustable wrench

Intel or AMD based laptop with a minimum of 8GB of ram and 128GB internal storage

Access to the Adobe Creative Suite and Autocad/Vectorworks would be considered an asset

Dates: May 07 - August 06, 2019

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Open Call for Film & Video Artists: Ramsgate International Film Festival




The 3rd Ramsgate International Film Festival returns in June 2019.

The festival will present new works by local and International independent filmmakers, championing diversity on-screen and off. Complemented by a programme of unique live events, workshops and seminars from high profile industry professionals, RIFF 2019 is set to be the most exciting year yet.

Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival is seeking to expand beyond the screen in 2019 and curate a fringe of visual arts, projection, moving/interactive pieces, AV installation, workshops and more to bring the town's landscapes and locations to life. 

You don't need to be local, but your expenses should be considered in your budget - grants are available up to £1,000 (but realistically expected to be under £500).

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PhotoSummer - Conjured Futures projection





Call for Entry open: April 19 – May 25, 2018
When: Friday, June 8 and Saturday, June 9
Where: The Santa Fe Railyard, near the Second Street Brewery

In conjunction with the Interplanetary Festival

Conjured Futures is a juried projection featuring photographic images that address or question new technologies, policies, and movements that are shaping the future of humanity. In this curation, we focus on projects that look at solutions or alternate outcomes. So often in western society do we see an emphasis that is put on destruction and problems, without considering what can be done to remediate damage.

In the last 5 – 10 years with the advent of drone photography and popularity of aerial photography, there have been many projects documenting the massive changes to the environment caused by human activity. These projects have helped to generate an understanding of humanity’s present environmental and socio-political crisis, and now it is time to think about the future. How are technologies being used to preserve and restore the environment? What does the future look like? What is being done to take control of our futures?

All photographic projects addressing the themes of Conjured Futures are welcome to apply to the Call for Entry. $20 entry fee, $5 for CENTER Members and New Mexico Residents.


Image Credit: ©Jamey Stillings

Fee Detail: 
$20 entry fee, $5 for CENTER Members and New Mexico Residents.
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