Supporting the media arts

510 Fort St. 2nd Floor - 250-381-4428 - cat@medianetvictoria.org

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Handmade and Analogue Jan 22 - April 7

A workshop program for the creation of Super 8 or 16 mm film art: How to use a 16 mm Bolex camera. How to use Super-8 cameras. Cinematography for film, use of a light meter. Presentation on collage experimental films. How to transfer film to video. Screenings of experimental films. How to process film by hand. How to draw and paint on film. Info: peter @medianetvictoria.org

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Equipment services, Workshops and Presentations

MediaNet provides video production and post-production facilities to enable artists to create “independent”, artistic works in video/film. (MediaNet defines an “independent” media art work as one where the artist/creator retains creative control, and a significant portion of the copyright.) MediaNet aims to advance education in the media arts by offering workshops on topics related to film/video, as well as intensive production programs. MediaNet's curatorial vision aims produce public art exhibitions, presentations and media art events.

Media Arts

MediaNet receives operating grant support from the Canada Council for the Arts / Conseil des arts du Canada

BC Arts Council Media Arts program

MediaNet is supported by the BC Government's Community Gaming Grant program.

Capital Degional District

The CRD Arts Development program

MEDIANETVICTORIA.ORG

NEW ADDRESS 510 Fort Street, Second floor Victoria, BC, V8W 1E6 OFFICE HOURS - TUES- FRI: Noon-5 pm SATURDAY by appointment PHONE: 250-381-4428 email: cat@medianetvictoria.org MediaNet thanks its supporters, government funders and sponsors: The Canada Council for the Arts, the British Columbia Arts Council, the Capital Regional District Arts Development Office, the British Columbia Government's Community Gaming Grant program.