GFF & Video Pool Media Arts Centre present the Manitoba Project Media Artist in Residence!

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In collaboration with Video Pool Media Arts Centre, GFF is offering a brand-new, paid, month-long residency at Video Pool, where the selected artist will work on a new media artwork project during the month of June!   Interested candidates are invited to APPLY ONLINE TODAYDeadline to submit applications is March 31, 2020.


The successful artist applicant will receive a $3,000 cash grant as well as full access to Video Pool’s equipment and facilities for the duration of this residency!  The public is encouraged to come meet the artist and view their work as it progresses over the course of a month!  Please follow GFF and Video Pool on Facebook (@GimliFilmFestival & @VideoPoolWPG) to stay up-to-date regarding this program, and if you have questions please feel free to get in touch at: manitobaproject@gimlifilm.com

This new collaborative Media Artist in Residence program is presented by GFF and Video Pool Media Arts Centre as part of GFF’s Manitoba Project, a special multi-faceted initiative to celebrate GFF’s 20th anniversary and Manitoba 150.


Scott Fitzpatrick
GFF, Special Projects Programmer

The Manitoba Project has been generously funded by Manitoba 150, Canada Council for the Arts, the Thomas Sill Foundation, the Winnipeg Foundation, and the Manitoba Arts Council 

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The Manitoba Project has been generously supported by our community partners The Winnipeg Film Group, Video Pool Media Arts Centre, ACTRA Manitoba & IATSE 856

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