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IFP SCREEN FORWARD LABS

The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes is chosen as one of ten projects to be developed as a series in the Screen Forward Labs:  Innovative creators with story-driven, serialized projects created on all platforms and formats including, but not limited to, web series, VR, or app-based work.  128 more words

THE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP AT HARTINGTON HALL WITH PAUL HILL (photographer/journalist)

TO MAKE A PHOTOGRAPH USING A PLASTIC CUP AND MY OWN IMAGINATION

TO CAPTURE A PERSONAL PORTRAIT PROJECT

TO CAPTURING STILL LIFE PROJECT 88 more words

REFLECTIVE PRACTITIONER

Outstanding Feature Award!

We are thrilled to announce that The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes was awarded the Imagine Science Films Outstanding Feature Award –
The Outstanding Feature Award is given to the feature film that best incorporates science into a unique and compelling long-form narrative, whether fictional or documentary.

http://imaginesciencefilms.org/announcing-the-isff-2015-awards/

PAUL HILL – photographer, journalist, author and teacher

This is my first blog about what i learned from Paul hill and his lecture. I found his lecture to be very interesting as he talked about his own life experiences and how photography has affected his life and his careers. 404 more words

REFLECTIVE PRACTITIONER

EXAMING THE DARK BEFORE THE DAWN OF A MOVEMENT

The Wexner Center for the Arts steps to the forefront of the complex issues surrounding police and community (especially the African American community) engagement, at a time when both regionally and nationally, we find ourselves in a moment of crisis. 718 more words

Musings

Copper Kettle’s Gardikiotis celebrates more than 50 years downtown | Video

REGINA —  Robert Gardikiotis is a survivor both in life and business.

For more than 50 years, the downtown business icon has managed to do what many other small business owners in Regina couldn’t keep his doors open and thrive. 796 more words

Food

Anyone for Wild Boar?

I recently got the opportunity to try out something I had never done before and something pretty unique in the UK, but equally in Europe too. 696 more words

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