Marquee Event - Illuminate the Night
This project has been adapted into a digital experience and is now available at https://vimeo.com/468801114 MARQUEE EVENT is a walk-in cinema experience offered freely to Winnipeggers during Nuit Blanche 2020. Two short films created during the spring-summer pandemic months will be screened on the Marquee sign of the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. The first film is HOM(M)E, a first experimental narrative film by Eric Marroquin Lucha, Mike Peters and Eric Plamondon. The second film is moi, seul.e / my-self by Miguel Fortier, Emilie SolsticeTate, and Eric Plamondon. Both explore themes pertinent to covid-heightened human experiences.
This event is free.
Illuminate the Night - Eric Plamondon & Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre
Each year, an Open Call is held for artists to propose pieces that will enhance the audience experience of Nuit Blanche Winnipeg through the Illuminate the Night program. Projects are selected by a jury of artists and art professionals and are featured in Winnipeg’s downtown core. This is a call inviting artists working in all artistic mediums to submit projects- performance artists, installation artists, textile artists, graphic designers, media artists, architects and general creative thinkers – with a performance, exhibition or installation that will enthrall, excite and possibly introduce Winnipeggers to something they have never seen or experienced before. Eric Plamondon is a fully submerged contributor to the art scene of Manitoba. He is a valued arts administrator, having headed up an artist run centre and now at the helm of a bold and transformative project that is Artspace. He is equally respected as an active artist; regularly seen on stage or in front of a camera lens, mounting art installations of his creation or of other artists, writing or directing. Eric is driven to participate in new art experiences and see how cross contamination can elevate and define Manitoba's artistic offerings. He often taps into his bilingualism (French and English) and the prism of homosexuality to deliver narratives from under-represented and under-valued minorities; once placed in a public space these art offerings resonate with its audience because of its universal themes. Eric shares and embraces his Métis heritage.
This event is part of a hub:
Please note: in accordance with new public health orders, Nuit Blanche Winnipeg events are currently being adjusted and rescheduled as stand-alone events happening at different times over the course of Culture Days, which runs now until Oct...
174 Market Street
This event takes place outdoors on the sidewalk and street in front of Royal MTC.
This event is wheelchair accessible.