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A dancer in traditional Indian dress. A crown of jewels on the head and a transparent green veil on the shoulders and hands

© Miriam Peretz

Serendipity – videos projection and concert

Screening

Saturday, May 14th 2016, at 3pm
MAI, Montréal



Serendipity – videos projection & concert

The artist-run centre Vidéographe and Festival Accès Asie are coming together to offer Serendipity, a project that spotlights the artistic potential of Asian-origin communities based in Montreal and Quebec.

This encounter between sound artists and videographers seeks to develop new creations, and promote diverse voices and discourses on image and movement. A selection committee has crafted a match of visual artists, sound artists and musicians to create a «blind date» collaboration in single-channel video art and or unedited video installations. A showcase of their final works will be featured in the Festival Accès Asie’s 2017 program.

This event will take place at Montréal arts interculturels (MAI)

Selected artists from the Autumn 2015 call for submissions will also join this special event, along with selected videomakers: Hadi Jamali, Ivetta Kangkimura byol-nathalie lemoine, Daïchi Saïto and Paul Tom.

Musician Huu Bac Quach and pianist Guillaume Martineau will once again be collaborating, honoring us with their presence

 

Logo MAI
Logo Festival Accès Asie
A dancer in traditional Indian dress. A crown of jewels on the head and a transparent green veil on the shoulders and hands

© Miriam Peretz

Serendipity – videos projection and concert

Screening

Saturday, May 14th 2016, at 3pm
MAI, Montréal



Serendipity – videos projection & concert

The artist-run centre Vidéographe and Festival Accès Asie are coming together to offer Serendipity, a project that spotlights the artistic potential of Asian-origin communities based in Montreal and Quebec.

This encounter between sound artists and videographers seeks to develop new creations, and promote diverse voices and discourses on image and movement. A selection committee has crafted a match of visual artists, sound artists and musicians to create a «blind date» collaboration in single-channel video art and or unedited video installations. A showcase of their final works will be featured in the Festival Accès Asie’s 2017 program.

This event will take place at Montréal arts interculturels (MAI)

Selected artists from the Autumn 2015 call for submissions will also join this special event, along with selected videomakers: Hadi Jamali, Ivetta Kangkimura byol-nathalie lemoine, Daïchi Saïto and Paul Tom.

Musician Huu Bac Quach and pianist Guillaume Martineau will once again be collaborating, honoring us with their presence

 

Logo MAI
Logo Festival Accès Asie
A dancer in traditional Indian dress. A crown of jewels on the head and a transparent green veil on the shoulders and hands

© Miriam Peretz

Serendipity – videos projection and concert

Screening

Saturday, May 14th 2016, at 3pm
MAI, Montréal



Serendipity – videos projection & concert

The artist-run centre Vidéographe and Festival Accès Asie are coming together to offer Serendipity, a project that spotlights the artistic potential of Asian-origin communities based in Montreal and Quebec.

This encounter between sound artists and videographers seeks to develop new creations, and promote diverse voices and discourses on image and movement. A selection committee has crafted a match of visual artists, sound artists and musicians to create a «blind date» collaboration in single-channel video art and or unedited video installations. A showcase of their final works will be featured in the Festival Accès Asie’s 2017 program.

This event will take place at Montréal arts interculturels (MAI)

Selected artists from the Autumn 2015 call for submissions will also join this special event, along with selected videomakers: Hadi Jamali, Ivetta Kangkimura byol-nathalie lemoine, Daïchi Saïto and Paul Tom.

Musician Huu Bac Quach and pianist Guillaume Martineau will once again be collaborating, honoring us with their presence

 

Logo MAI
Logo Festival Accès Asie