Archive for the ‘WORSHOPS’ Category

KA MAMUKANIT, 2011

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Ka Mamukanit was an intensive professional program for youth aged 16 to 35 wanting to get back into the work force. As a part of this program, Liz Miller with Giuliana Cucinelli and Sundus Abdul Hadi of CUTV offered a course in media skills including photography, sound recordings, and video production and editing.

RUE D’ELLES, 2010

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Rue-Elles/Urban Lifest♀ries was a workshop series with women and girls with experience living in the street who developed stories and photographs about their lives.  The workshops were held at the YWCA and at the headquarters of LOVE (Leave Out Violence), a youth violence prevention organization. We created an art installation with the resulting work that was up for five weeks on Pierce Street at the corner of St. Catherine Street West. Read On…

GENDER ADVOCACY INSTITUTE, 2010

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The Gender Advocacy Institute was lead by Liz Miller of IAWRT and Kelly Matheson of WITNESS and took place in the Manila, Philippines. An Unconventional Soap was one of 10 short projects produced as a part of the workshop. Read On…

MAISON DES JEUNES, 2008

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“Mapping Memories: Digital Media Workshop” was a ten week course that took place at Cote-des-Neiges Youth Center in Fall 2008. The course trained youth with refugee experience in video, peer interviews and digital imaging. The resulting short video, “Mapping Memories: Youth Media Workshops” documents the process. The course was a collaboration between Maison des jeunes Côte-des-neiges, the Canadian Council for Refugees, and “Mapping Memories.”