- Start Date: Thursday April 18
- End Date: Thursday April 18
- Start Time: 06:00 AM
- Location: Fredericton Public Library
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The Home Made Visible tour brings a personal lens to Indigenous and visible minority archives through FREE exhibitions, screenings, and workshops in libraries across Canada. Visit HomeMadeVisible.ca/Tour
SCREENING + TALKBACK
Time: Sunday April 14th, 6 - 8 pm
Location: Fredericton Public Library (12 Carleton St.)
Local filmmaker Lisa Jodoin in attendance! Join us for a theatrical screening of all of six short films our commissioned films, and a talkback with Fredericton filmmaker Lisa Jodoin. Learn more about the artists at HomeMadeVisible.ca/Artists
'Memento: Archiving Memory'
Time: Thursday April 18th, 6 - 8 pm
Facilitators: Nadine Arpin and Lisa Jodoin
In this hands-on workshop, Home Made Visible commissioned Indigenous filmmakers Lisa Jodoin and Nadine Arpin explore the idea of the personal archive. They ask participants to come prepared with an item of significance; any object which holds a memory or story. Every participant will have the opportunity to create both digital and physical documentation of the object as a starting point to begin their own archival practice. Through activities and exercises, the facilitators will guide workshop participants in expressing the memory and story attached to their object and then produce a personal archive: an emailable digital audio file or a mailable photo postcard.
Date: Apr 3 - 24th
Visit the library during operating hours to view the collection of short films on designated computers.