Carolyn’s short film, “Too Much to Dream?” will be shown daily at The Venice Biennale 2019 as part of the ALIVE in the UNIVERSE Project.
ALIVE in the UNIVERSE is an international short art-film project that explores our own emotional explanation of the universe through arts and ideas.
May 7, 2019
The short films will be screened at the Palazzo Pesaro Papafava this year at the Venice Biennale May 8, 2019 – June 4 2019.
Many thanks to Michael Kohn for making this little movie.
October 18, 2018
To highlight his recently published young reader novel, Theo Paxstone and the Dragon of Adyron, James Turner has curated a steampunk art show at the Northern Contemporary Gallery.
The show features work by an host of international artists including Reactor’s Friederike Ablang, Deshi Deng, Blair Drawson, Jeff Jackson, Alëna Skarina, James Turner, Rene Zamic and Emily McCourt
The opening reception is September 28, 2018 from 7:00 PM. The show runs until October 12, 2018.
The Northern Contemporary Gallery is located at 1266 Queen Street West in Toronto, Ontario.
October 2, 2018
James Turner’s “Steamcycle Knights of Toronto”
Bill Russell’s music and art project pairs songs by guitarist Brian Gore and Bill’s projected images and videos with a special live digital drawing segment based on a fictional narrative of a bride running in haste through the ancient redwoods of Muir Woods in California. Their next performance is in Bill’s neighbourhood of Marinwood on Friday, March 7th. More info here.
February 28, 2014
Video of Bill Russell digital drawing (see below) musician Brian Gore on his iPad at MIX 107.9 FM in advance of his performance at the Shell Theatre in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.
November 13, 2013
This Friday night, Bill Russell will be in performance at the Shell Theatre in Ft. Saskatchewan, Alberta with musician Brian Gore. It’s called Your Town in Song and Image and will feature his animation and live digital drawing.
Here’s a nice article about the show in the Fort Saskatchewan Record.
Visit WineCountryTales.com for more info.
…and here’s the new video:
October 21, 2013
Steve Dunk’s wood carvings in a little stop-motion, animated gif.
November 22, 2012