Integrate Arts Festival

THE 11TH ANNUAL INTEGRATE ARTS FESTIVAL:
AUGUST 25TH - 27TH, 2017

2017 events


integrate arts festival - opening reception

7:00PM - 10:30PM / AUGUST 25
INTEGRATE HQ - 636 FORT ST. (Victoria Arts Council at the Bay Centre)
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Kick off the festival weekend with a party at Integrate HQ. Featuring preview shows from the Victoria Fringe Festival, hosted in Theatre SKAM's Pop-Up Live Theatre that will be set up just outside HQ: 

With music from Leanaboo and Sean Rea.

Enjoy beer from Phillips Brewing and Malting Co., cider from Sea Cider, and non-alcoholic beverages from Cultured Kombucha. Experience the art of fifteen amazing artists that call Victoria home. Visit our Artists Page for more information on who will be featured in the HQ Gallery, and visit our Fuse Page to learn more about our new initiative.


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Bridge - exhibition opening

7:00PM - 10:00PM / AUGUST 25
ARC.HIVE - 2516 BRIDGE STREET
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An opening of the Bridge exhibition, sound installation & open studios. Featuring the work of Alison Bigg, Laura Feeleus, Karina Kalvaitis, Connie Michele Morey, Regan Rasmussen, Dave Riedstra and Kerry Vaughn Erickson.


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Nocturna - Morgana Wallace exhibition opening

7:00PM - 9:00PM / AUGUST 25
MADRONA GALLERY - 606 VIEW ST.
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Madrona is pleased to present Morgana Wallace's fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. Wallace is a Victoria-based artist who creates finely detailed mixed media collages. Her work features characters from a broad range of myths and fables, speaking to the timeless human fascination with fantasy and magic. In this latest collection, the realms of night and dark are the backdrops for increasingly complex dioramas, as Wallace continues to dissect and create from a rich, diverse history of storytelling.


Forestrial Brain - Finissage

7:00PM - 10:00PM / AUGUST 25
OPEN SPACE - 510 FORT ST. (2ND FLOOR)
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Open Space invites you to the finissage (Closing Reception) of Jim Holyoak and Matt Shane's collaborative drawing installation Forestrial Brain. The installation is the culmination of an 8-day hike on the West Coast Trail, and a 6-week residency at Open Space. The enormous and immersive installation explores west coast forests and ecologies, steeped in fantasy and imagination.

The Closing Reception will begin at 7:00pm, with music to follow by Holy Oak, White Poppy and Hush Hush Noise at 8:30pm. Please join us for an exciting evening with the artists and guests!


50th anniversary exhibition opening

7:00PM - 9:00PM / AUGUST 25
XCHANGES - 2333 GOVERNMENT ST.

Throughout Xchanges' 50 year history there has always been working space along with exhibition space. There has been space for studios, workshops, and life drawing sessions. For the 50th anniversary exhibition, this history will be highlighted with a studio and darkroom open house as well as an exhibition of a collection of work from drop-in life drawing sessions and black and white photography from the Crossgrain Photographic Society.


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Something to Ponder On: A Walking Camper

Due to unforeseen circumstances, "Something to Ponder On: A Walking Camper" will not be on display during the Integrate weekend. We apologize for any disappointment!


ALL DAY ART CRAWL

10:00AM - 10:00PM / AUGUST 26
LOCATIONS ALL AROUND THE CITY!
REFER TO OUR FESTIVAL BROCHURE & MAP.

Pick up the map and brochure from Integrate HQ or at any of the participating locations and explore the fantastic arts community in Victoria! Gather your friends and family and stroll around town, or join us on our bike tour, artist-led tour, or utilize the Modo shuttle to see as many art spaces as you can in one day. There are special events throughout the art crawl. Be sure to check hours of operation of each location, as there are a variety of daytime and night-time spaces.

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BIKE TOUR

11:00AM - 1:00PM / AUGUST 26
(MEETING PLACE) THE COFFEE LAB - 2612 BRIDGE ST.
(FINAL STOP) GREATER VICTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY - 735 BROUGHTON ST.
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A continuing Integrate tradition, this year’s bike tour is hosted by artist Jonathan Dowdall. The interactive and performative tour will take participants on a route through Rock Bay and Downtown, and will include galleries, artist-run centres, art studios, as well as public artworks. To join the bike tour, please meet at Coffee Lab, 2612 Bridge Street, at 11 AM. Stops will include The fifty fifty arts collective, Xchanges, ARC.HIVE, The Ministry of Casual Living Window, Integrate HQ, and The Greater Victoria Public Library. The tour will be activated by Dowdall who will include storytelling and performance, including personal and historical connections to the various stops. Please be sure to remember your helmet and to wear highly visible clothing!

Jonathan Dowdall is an interdisciplinary artist based in Lekwungen territories. His projects include FUNNER, Pedalbox Gallery, DRAG, as well as various collaborations with The Ministry of Casual Living. Dowdall is the creator of Pedalbox gallery, a bike-powered mobile art gallery, presented by the City of Victoria Youth Council, the Ministry of Casual Living, and the CRD Bike Tour. He is a recent participant of the La Pocha Nostra performance intensive in Tuscon, Arizona.

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PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF AFFECTION - ARTIST-LED WALK

1:00PM - 2:00PM / AUGUST 26
STARTS AT INTEGRATE HQ - 636 FORT ST. (Victoria Arts Council at the Bay Centre)
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Public Displays of Affection (PDA) is a participant-driven performance work by featured Integrate artist Laura Gildner that will tour between selected Integrate exhibitions in the downtown core on Saturday, August 26th beginning at 1pm at Integrate HQ (636 Fort Street).  Linking galleries together via personal connections to space, PDA will examine layered intersections between the body, identity, and art as they relate to urban geography.

On this tour, participants will visit the Integrate HQ, Greater Victoria Public Library, the Atrium, Legacy Art Gallery, and Open Space.

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MODO art crawl SHUTTLE

 1:00PM - 5:00PM / AUGUST 26
VARIOUS LOCATIONS
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Integrate is partnering up with Modo to provide a free shuttle on Saturday afternoon to help you access various locations on the art crawl. There will be three cars to take participants back and forth from lower Fort St, the Inner Harbour, Rock Bay, and Rockland. Pick up and drop off locations will be at our festival headquarters (636 Fort St), the Bateman Centre ( 470 Belleville St.), arc.hive (2615 Bridge St.), and the AGGV (1040 Moss St.) Space is limited, so feel free to sign up for time slots beforehand by emailing info@integratearts.ca. Otherwise, it is first come first serve. Just show up at the shuttle pickup location and look for the Modo car! 

AGGV:
1:00pm - IAS HQ to AGGV
1:30pm - AGGV back to IAS HQ
2:00pm - IAS HQ to AGGV
2:30pm - AGGV back to IAS HQ
3:00pm - IAS HQ to AGGV
3:30pm - AGGV back to IAS HQ
4:00pm - IAS HQ to AGGV

Bateman Centre:
1:00pm - IAS HQ to Bateman Centre
1:30pm - Bateman Centre back to IAS HQ
2:00pm - IAS HQ to Bateman Centre
2:30pm - Bateman Centre back to IAS HQ
3:00pm - IAS HQ to Bateman Centre
3:30pm - Bateman Centre back to IAS HQ
4:00pm - IAS HQ to Bateman Centre

Arc.Hive:
1:00pm - IAS HQ to arc.hive
1:30pm - arc.hive back to IAS HQ
2:00pm - IAS HQ to arc.hive
2:30pm - arc.hive back to IAS HQ
3:00pm - IAS HQ to arc.hive
3:30pm - arc.hive back to IAS HQ
4:00pm - IAS HQ to arc.hive


workshops / performances / EVENTS at Integrate HQ

 

EXHIBITION AT INTEGRATE HQ

10:00AM - 10:00PM (HQ HOURS) / AUGUST 26
INTEGRATE HQ - 636 FORT ST (Victoria Arts Council at the Bay Centre)

Stop by Integrate HQ during the art crawl to check out works by our featured artists. We've also got workshops and performances lined up throughout the day!

ARTSCAPE: LEARN HOW TO MAKE A PODCAST WORKSHOP - PART I

12:00PM - 2:00PM / AUGUST 26
INTEGRATE HQ - 636 FORT ST (Victoria Arts Council at the Bay Centre)
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This two-part workshop will take place on Saturday August 26th from 12:00 pm - 2:00pm and Sunday August 27th from 2:00pm - 4:00pm.

As a part of the Integrate Arts Festival weekend join CFUV and Integrate in making an episode of ARTSCAPE podcast! Over two days learn how to record audio, go out into the field and collect audio content, and then edit and produce it into an actual podcast episode. This workshop is open to those who are curious about learning more about audio production, sound recording, and storytelling/interviewing. No experience necessary!

The workshop is split into two days, consisting of two one hours sessions during the Saturday and Sunday of the Integrate Arts Festival. At the end of the two days, the content collected and produced by the workshop participants will be used to create an episode of ARTSCAPE, a local Victoria podcast produced by CFUV.

First day participants will attend a one hour workshop on recording and interviewing techniques and then go out in the Integrate Arts Festival to apply the newly learned audio production skills by engaging with galleries, artists, and festival attendees. 

Second day workshop participants will come together and review the interviews and audio collective and learn about editing processes and mixing recordings. At the end of this day the audio produced will be collected and used in an episode of ARTSCAPE. 

This workshop is accessible and open to anyone with any level of audio production experience. The workshop aims to share and facilitate skills, and open opportunities for collaboration. 

Participants will need:

-Smartphone, with a voice recorder app (i.e. Voice Memo, Smart Voice Recorder, Voice Recorder – Dictate, Transcribe & Add Notes, etc.)

-USB cord that plugs into your phone (to download the files) 

-headphones / ear buds

-pen & paper/notebook

*RSVP by emailing us at info@integratearts.ca. Let us know if you will be bringing your own equipment or if you will need to borrow some.*

Photo Courtesy of the City of Victoria.

Photo Courtesy of the City of Victoria.

KAI CHOUFOUR - ARTIST TALK

2:30PM - 3:00PM / AUGUST 26
INTEGRATE HQ - 636 FORT ST (Victoria Arts Council at the Bay Centre)

Kai Choufour’s proposal NEWTOPIA was selected for the 2017 Commercial Alley Art Gallery’s fifth installation. Located on the west wall of the Youth Empowerment Society building on the 500 Block of Yates Street, the outdoor gallery showcases temporary installations by local artists to add colour and vitality to the area. Choufour’s proposal was one of 11 submissions the City received in response to a juried Call to Artists process for emerging artists and artist teams. His proposal for the annual four-panel 1.2-metre by 2.4-metre artwork will focus on kindness, positivity and openness, featuring beautiful shapes and colours, and executed with childish grandeur that emphasizes fiction and play.

Choufour’s four-panel artwork will be showcased from August 2017 to August 2018 and he will present an Artist Talk to celebrate and launch the installation.

HABITAT: A PERFORMANCE BY COURTNEY CHANEY

7:00PM - 9:00PM / AUGUST 26
INTEGRATE HQ - 636 FORT ST (Victoria Arts Council at the Bay Centre)
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Featured Integrate artist Courtney Chaney will perform her work Habitat, which focuses on the relationship between human and nature by allowing the viewer to encounter an exposed vulnerability within the space as the performer embodies a fetus or seed through direct contact with composted soil.

Please note that there is content in this performance that may be considered sensitive to some. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at info@integratearts.ca

 

WORKSHOPS / PERFORMANCES / EVENTS ACROSS THE CITY

Zine-making: A discussion and workshop

10:00AM - 12:30PM / AUGUST 26
GREATER VICTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY, COMMUNITY ROOM - 735 BROUGHTON ST.
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This two part workshop explores zine-making through discussion and a hands on skill-sharing and zine-making session. Join Open Space artist-in-residence Kerri Flannigan and guests for a roundtable discussion on zine-making, and self publishing. The discussion includes an exploration of personal and collective histories of zines, DIY culture, and self publishing. The latter half of the event includes a facilitated zine-making workshop. Participants will have the opportunity to generate content and create their own zines from scratch, as well as create copies for distribution. All participants have the option of making their own mini-zine or contributing to a collective project. The workshop includes making zines using collage, print materials, and text, as well as assembly. The workshop is free and open to all! Materials will be provided but please feel welcome to bring anything you may wish to use in your zine. If possible, bring a favorite zine to share with the group!

Roundtable participants:
-Kerri Flannigan
-Kim Smith
-Alexis Hogan
-Greta Hamilton

-Tamara Bond


Kerri Flannigan is a Victoria-based interdisciplinary artist and writer who explores methods of experimental narrative and documentary. Grounded in both personal history and in-depth research, her recent body of work examines family mythologies, coming of age confessions, body language and swimming pools. Flannigan has shown locally and internationally, receiving a CALQ Multidisciplinary Arts Grant (2011) and Best English Zine at the Expozine Awards (2011 and 2014) and was runner-up to the inaugural Lind Prize (2016).


Photo by Sarah Choi.

Photo by Sarah Choi.

 

 

 

 

 

FREE ADMISSION & SPECIAL EVENTS AT THE AGGV

10:00AM - 5:00PM / AUGUST 26
ART GALLERY OF GREATER VICTORIA - 1040 MOSS ST.

The AGGV will be open for free for the Integrate Art Crawl on Saturday, August 26 from 10am–5pm with a range of activities. Current exhibitions include Mirror with Memory, Picturing The Giants: The Changing Landscapes of Emily Carr, Karen Tam: With wings like clouds hung from the sky, Close to Home: Local and Regional Artists in the AGGV Collection, and Moving Forward by Looking Back: The First 30 Years of Collecting Art at the AGGV. Exhibition animators will be on hand in Karen Tam’s interactive exhibition and in the Massey Sales Gallery, local artists from the Art Rental and Sales program will offer art demonstrations from 12–4pm.

8 X 10 PHOTO RALLY

10:30AM - 2:00PM / AUGUST 26
ART GALLERY OF GREATER VICTORIA - 1040 MOSS ST.
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The Gallery will also be hosting the 8 x 10 Photo Rally on Saturday, August 26 from 10:30am–2pm. Inspired by our current exhibition Mirror with Memory, which presents photographs from the Hayashi/Kitamura/Matsubuchi photo studio (1912-1942 Cumberland, BC). Participants will be provided a disposable black and white film camera and a map to find 8 weigh points and photograph images that reflect 8 different themes before they return to the Gallery. Let loose your inner street photographer, photojournalist and studio photographer all in one event that will celebrate Victoria's vibrant and historic downtown. The first three participants back have a chance to win prizes and highlights from all of the participants photographs will be featured in an album on the Gallery’s Facebook page after the event. This is a free event but pre-registration is required by emailing name and phone number to visitorservices@aggv.ca

SPACES: PERFORMANCES BY VÉRONIQUE EMMETT

12:30PM - 1:00PM / AUGUST 26
ART GALLERY OF GREATER VICTORIA - 1040 MOSS ST.

2:00PM - 2:30PM / AUGUST 26
THE COFFEE LAB - 2612 BRIDGE ST.

3:30PM - 4:00PM / AUGUST 26
COMMERCIAL ALLEY - Located between the 500 block of Yates St. and Bastion Square.
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Spaces explores how we as individuals are influenced by our own environment and the spaces that we find ourselves in, and in turn how we can influence these spaces through movement. Each performance is held in a different location providing different elements and influences for movement and creation.

Read more about featured Integrate dance artist Véronique Emmett by visiting our Artist Page.


FringeKids featuring Interactive Artmaking with Poppet Creative

11:00AM - 4:00PM / AUGUST 26
MARKET SQUARE - 560 JOHNSON ST.
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Drop by Market Square from 11am-4pm on August 26 for this perennial favourite! This action-packed, interactive (and free!) event introduces kids to live performance and unleashes their creativity. Paint the giant cardboard castle, craft your own costume, listen in for Drag Storytime, interactive art projects, watch live music and interactive performances, enjoy the roving costumed performers and more. In a cross-festival collaboration, Integrate is partnering with Fringe Fest and Poppet Creative to bring an interactive artmaking activity to FringeKids. This inclusive, fun event for the whole family celebrates Fringe in all its forms and its ability to build artistic and cultural bridges. 


Mono print by Victoria Edgarr

Mono print by Victoria Edgarr

OPEN HOUSE

11:00AM - 5:00PM / AUGUST 26
GROUND ZERO PRINTMAKERS SOCIETY - 549 FISGARD ST.
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During the Integrate Art Crawl take the opportunity to visit the home of GZPS and find out what printmaking is, what workshops are available and how to take advantage of the equipment during open studio. There will be an exhibition of a wide variety of printmaking techniques by members

 


EXPERIMENTAL FILM SCREENING

12:00PM - 5:00PM / AUGUST 26
MEDIANET - 510 FORT ST.
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MediaNetwill be screening a selection of films made during their Handmade and Analogue Film Production Programs at this years Integrate Arts Festival! From 12 -5pm on Saturday August 26, the Flux Media Art Gallery will come alive with images created using 16mm and super 8 film, including painting on film and handprocessing techniques.


OPEN ACTIONS PERFORMANCE

1:00PM - 3:00PM / AUGUST 26
GREATER VICTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY COURTYARD - 735 BROUGHTON ST.
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OPEN ACTION is a collective of performance artists based in Victoria, BC, Canada, dedicated to site-specific actions performed in public spaces. Since 2010, once a month, OPEN ACTION artists meet at a pre-selected site to perform simultaneous individual actions. Each artist responds
independently to the site’s compressed layers of history, material evidence, pedestrian activity, aural and visual phenomena and unforeseen elements, all filtered through her
or his evolving sensibilities and practices. The nuances of the individual actions intersect with one another in unplanned and surprising ways, inviting the casual observer to consider what is taking place and how they are implicated, or not, in the
actions performed. This process becomes the grit that fuels individual performances as well as the evolution of the collective as it deposits the aura of its interventions into the
ever-changing fabric of the public space. This performance at GVPL will involve all new work, with each participating artists delivering their own durational project.


The Sum of Many, by Tony Grove

The Sum of Many, by Tony Grove

TONY GROVE: ARTIST TALK

1:00PM - 2:00PM / AUGUST 26
MARITIME MUSEUM OF BC - 634 HUMBOLDT ST.

Visit the Maritime Museum of BC on Saturday August 26th to see the 2017 featured art show, A Boatbuilder’s Perspective by Tony Grove. Tony will be on site during regular opening hours that day (10-5) and will give a general talk on his work at 1pm. Tony is an artist, shipwright, instructor, and custom furniture designer and builder. His fascination with wooden boats’ historic value draws him into a careful study of their build and design. Many of the boat images he creates come from the inspiration of working on the vessels themselves, or of the historic role they played in the past.


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AMBIENT PICNIC

2:00PM - 5:00 PM / AUGUST 26
FORT COMMON - 1017 BLANSHARD ST.
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Providing a platform for new media and sound art, video and visual art, contemporary dance and interactive media; Pretty Good Not Bad is a new annual event aimed at engaging Victoria through dynamic and evocative multimedia experiences.

PGNB presents the opportunity to casually wander into a permeable cloud of soundwaves; AMBIENT PICNIC, an afternoon of free ambient music as part of the Integrate Arts Festival. A selection of local artists will share the stage, projecting sounds and offering open exposure to new sounds. DJ sets from EMP, Bløke, and okpk, an installation from Non-Person and live spoken word performance by Ann-Bernice Thomas will fill the sun-lit, open courtyard of Fort Common. Bring the kiddos. 

Food available from surrounding businesses – La Taquisa, Yalla, Discovery Coffee, Be Love, and the Livet.

Beer selections available from Phillip’s Brewery.


robert bateman centre tour

2:00PM - 3:00PM / AUGUST 26
ROBERT BATEMAN CENTRE - 470 BELLEVILLE ST.

Integrate Arts Festival participants can join the public tour on Saturday August 26th, with admission by donation! Just show your Integrate button, map, or simply say "I'm with Integrate!" to receive this special offer.


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LOOSE THREAD DRAWING DEMO

3:45PM - 4:15PM / AUGUST 26
ARC.HIVE - 2516 BRIDGE ST.
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Join arc.hive in a demonstration of experimental drawing with thread on paper.


EVOLVING COLLABORATIVE PROJECTION

5:00PM - 9:00PM / AUGUST 26
LEGACY ART GALLERY - 630 YATES ST.
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Inspired by Legacy's current exhibition Origin Stories and video installation There's Blood in the Rocks by Marianne Nicolson, visitors will draw their own origin stories to create an evolving collaborative projection in the Legacy Art Gallery.


LOWTOWN LAUNCH

5:00PM - 10:00PM / AUGUST 26
STUDIO ROBAZZO - 2001F DOUGLAS ST.
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For the 2017 Integrate Arts Festival, Studio Robazzo has teamed up with the talented group of young urban photographers behind Assignment Magazine to launch the vibe and graphic identity of their newly coined neighbourhood, LowTown. Nestled between Chinatown and Rock Bay, LowTown represents a gritty and creative zone of Victoria where $#!* is real! Stop by the Studio for a sneak peek at their plans for branding LowTown as well as the unveiling of a LowTown photo series, and don't miss the chance to get your hands on some very limited LowTown printed merch before anyone else!


romi kim: bad canadian, bad korean

7:00PM - 10:00PM / AUGUST 26
THE FIFTY FIFTY ARTS COLLECTIVE - 2516 DOUGLAS ST.
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In her practice, Romi Kim investigates themes of racialization, nationality, and colonialism with the use of storytelling and oftentimes with a smidge of humour. 

Co-presented by Integrate and The fifty fifty art collective, Romi's installation will be on display during the festival weekend with an exhibition opening on Saturday August 26 from 7-10pm. For more information about the artist, visit our Artist Page.


NATURE IS IMAGINATION: EXHIBITION OPENING

7:00PM - 9:00PM / AUGUST 26
MARTIN BATCHELOR GALLERY - 712 CORMORANT ST.

The featured artist for the festival is Anne Meggitt, a Canadian landscape painter. Her oil canvases are inspired by the coastal rain forest of Vancouver Island. The exhibition opens on Saturday, August 26 with the opening reception from 7-9pm. Her solo exhibition is titled Nature is Imagination, and continues until September 28.


Photo by Guy Ferguson

Photo by Guy Ferguson

DANCE WORKSHOP WITH VÉRONIQUE EMMETT

11:00AM - 12:00PM / AUGUST 27
INTEGRATE HQ - 636 FORT STREET (Victoria Arts Council at the Bay Centre)
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This drop-in workshop is an improv based contemporary class. Participants will explore various influences to provoke and inspire movement. All levels welcome!

Led by Integrate Art featured dance artist Véronique Emmett. Visit the Artist Page for more information about Véronique.


ARTSCAPE: LEARN HOW TO MAKE A PODCAST WORKSHOP - PART 2

2:00PM - 4:00PM / AUGUST 27
INTEGRATE HQ - 636 FORT ST (Victoria Arts Council at the Bay Centre)
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This two-part workshop will take place on Saturday August 26th from 12:00 pm - 2:00pm and Sunday August 27th from 2:00pm - 4:00pm.

As a part of the Integrate Arts Festival weekend join CFUV and Integrate in making an episode of ARTSCAPE podcast! Over two days learn how to record audio, go out into the field and collect audio content, and then edit and produce it into an actual podcast episode. This workshop is open to those who are curious about learning more about audio production, sound recording, and storytelling/interviewing. No experience necessary!

The workshop is split into two days, consisting of two one hours sessions during the Saturday and Sunday of the Integrate Arts Festival. At the end of the two days, the content collected and produced by the workshop participants will be used to create an episode of ARTSCAPE, a local Victoria podcast produced by CFUV.

First day participants will attend a one hour workshop on recording and interviewing techniques and then go out in the Integrate Arts Festival to apply the newly learned audio production skills by engaging with galleries, artists, and festival attendees. 

Second day workshop participants will come together and review the interviews and audio collective and learn about editing processes and mixing recordings. At the end of this day the audio produced will be collected and used in an episode of ARTSCAPE. 

This workshop is accessible and open to anyone with any level of audio production experience. The workshop aims to share and facilitate skills, and open opportunities for collaboration. 

Participants will need:

-Smartphone, with a voice recorder app (i.e. Voice Memo, Smart Voice Recorder, Voice Recorder – Dictate, Transcribe & Add Notes, etc.)

-USB cord that plugs into your phone (to download the files) 

-headphones / ear buds

-pen & paper/notebook

*RSVP by emailing us at info@integratearts.ca. Let us know if you will be bringing your own equipment or if you will need to borrow some.*


SCULPTURAL FELTING DEMO

3:45PM - 4:30PM / AUGUST 27
ARC.HIVE - 2516 BRIDGE ST.
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Join arc.hive in a demonstration of making sculptures using wool and needle-felting techniques.


SUNDAY HOURS AT PARTICIPATING LOCATIONS

The following galleries and spaces will be open for those who would like to continue the art crawl the next day, or would like to see specific installations again.