Two things caught my attention when I decided to buy a house in Windsor almost a year ago: endless suburban sprawl and depressing urban blight. But then I discovered Ford City.
Windsor’s Ford City is an eclectic mix of historic buildings, shops and small businesses hosting an amazing collection of murals and street art.
This summer, I decided to undertake a “digital-free” creative project: Gardening.
Our good friend David Bjerklie wrote a wonderful article featuring Ethan and me about resilience and our work with Arviat TV after visiting Nunavut last summer.
We’re in Toronto this weekend for Thanksgiving with our good friends Andrea and Thiago and their family!
This weekend I took my nephew Elijah to see the Windsor ComicCon. Now in its third year, I have to say it was a fantastic event! Incredibly well organized and I can’t wait to see what they come out with for next year.
A new TIME For Kids classroom publication titled Technology for All: Wi-Fi Around the World includes voices from young Arviat filmmakers and the community.
Youth with the Arviat Film Society partnered with Isuma TV’s Digital Indigenous Democracy Project to establish an Indigenous youth-driven community television station.
The Arviat Film Society is a non-profit, youth-driven film and arts education collective that provides training in film, participatory culture and performing arts to help youth stay in school, gain hands-on experience and early career exposure to careers in media.
Hey everyone! Come on out and check out this year’s performance of “A Christmas Carol” December 12 and 13 at the JAHS Theatre!