CANCELLED: Saturday Session
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled.
One Saturday each month, CAG invites a guest host to lead walkthroughs of our current exhibitions, offering their insights and response to the works on view. In November, we welcome Lindsay McIntyre to speak on the work of Trinh T. Minh-ha.
ASL interpretation is available on request. Requests can be accommodated up to 5 days in advance. Please contact email@example.com to book or for more information.
No advance registration required.
Lindsay McIntyre is a filmmaker and artist of Inuit and settler descent with a process-based analogue practice. Her short documentaries, animations and experimental films engage with themes of portraiture, place and personal histories. With a strong interest in DIY, alternative processes, analogue technologies, and making things more difficult, she also creates expanded cinema performances and sometimes makes her own handmade emulsion for 16mm film. She has been honoured with the REVEAL Indigenous Art Award, received the Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award for Excellence in Media Arts from the Canada Council for the Arts and her personal documentary Her Silent Life won Best Experimental Film at imagineNATIVE. Having made over 45 short films, she is working on her first feature The Words We Can’t Speak (in development), which won the 2021 WIDC Feature Film Award. She is an Associate Professor of Film + Screen Arts at Emily Carr University of Art + Design on unceded Coast Salish territories.