Dana Inkster has worked in the education and cultural sectors and is proud to recognize storytelling as a tool that shapes our communities. Her 1999 film Welcome to Africville was the first of many experimental film and video titles exploring love and place and states of heart and mind. Dana has been profiled by numerous publications; and journalists and cultural theorists from around the world have lauded her documentary film work. She continues to make independent documentaries that explore personal and cultural histories. Her documentary, 24 Days in Brooks (2007) was co-produced by the National Film Board of Canada and CBC Newsworld. She has served as faculty and played key roles in development for a number of institutions including the Calgary Stampede, the University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College.
MUSINGS ON LOVE: INTERMEZZO is an intimate glimpse into a family that is entirely unique and yet so familiar. Bill came out to his family in his 70s and found love as a gay man in his 80s. On Pride Day 2013 in Victoria, BC this father and daughter offer their thoughts and experience on enduring love.
TSG: Fall to Pieces is a 2 month exhibition of new projects created by LGBTTI2QQ artists about their experiences of disability, radicalization, class, and other intersectional experiences of identity. The show attempts to interrupt the idea of a homogenous queer community and reimagines what it means to talk about our lived experiences as artists from a diversity of backgrounds.
Join us on June 25th for the opening reception and for the official after-party in the Ballroom with Steers and Queers: Night of 1000 Dollys.