Film Screening: Seraphine, SeraphineBarrie, Ontario
Film or Video, Visual Arts — Talks and Discussion
Film Screening: Seraphine, Seraphine
By Krista Belle Stewart
Two-Channel Video Work, 39 Minutes, 2014
In Partnership with the Barrie Film Festival
Uptown Theatre, 55 Dunlop Street West, Barrie
Friday, September 29, 2017, 7:00 pm
In Seraphine, Seraphine, Vancouver-based artist Krista Belle Stewart layers archival footage with current footage of her subject, her mother Seraphine Stewart, the first Indigenous Public Health nurse in British Columbia. In this two-channel video work, Stewart sheds light on the complexities of the historical representation of Indigenous peoples. Seraphine, Seraphine highlights the profound divergences between history as it is recorded and reality as it is lived. Followed by a talk and discussion.
This activity is in English.
This activity is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Contemporary, All Ages, Film Screening, Film, Movie, Video
|Fri 29 Sep||7:00 PM to 9:00 PM|
|Sat 30 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sun 01 Oct||No events scheduled.|
55 Dunlop Street West
MacLaren Art Centre and the Barrie Film Festival
The MacLaren Art Centre is the regional public art gallery serving the residents of Barrie, the County of Simcoe and the surrounding area. The Gallery has a permanent collection of 27,408 works of art held in trust for the public and presents a year-round programme of world-class exhibitions, education activities and special events.