It’s back! Our favourite annual sale for our online community! On Tuesday, September 27, 10am-10pm (in celebration of our 10th!) all GRFF tickets are half-price.
July 11, 2016
|Fridays, all summer long||Friday Night Movies Under the Stars, Shades Mills, Cambridge||Free with park admission.|
|Saturdays, all summer long||Free Flicks at KPL||Free|
|July 22||UNHERALDED & THE PORTRAIT, NFB Film Club, Idea Exchange||Free|
|July 14 & 28, August 11 & 18||Music & Movies in the Park, Waterloo Park||Free entry with a can of food.|
|July 21, August 24||Music & Movies in the Park, Victoria Park, Kitchener||Free entry with a can of food.|
|August 26||SOMETHING IN THE AIR, NFB Film Club, Idea Exchange||Free|
July 11, 2016
Call deadline July 31
GRFF is excited to partner with the student-run Bridge Center for Design from the University of Waterloo School of Architecture for an exhibition of film related works. Position, an exploration of what it means to be an architect through various media will combine the components of film and design. Work Media accepted: Installation, film, sculpture, painting. Must fit through a 36” x 84” door and be ready to hang or place in the space. Films should be DVD or BluRay. @BRIDGEarch
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
July 11, 2016
When you visit the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, chances are the first person you’ll meet is Julie Burdett, KWAG’s Visitor Services & Volunteer Coordinator. Seen most days at the Reception Desk at the entrance to the Gallery, Julie not only recruits and coordinates the efforts of KWAG’s wonderful volunteers, she also ensures that everyone who comes through the Gallery doors has an optimal experience here.
When asked what she likes most about her work at KWAG, Julie is ebullient: “I like everything! I like working in a place where I get to focus on what I’m passionate about, which is the arts.” She notes that interacting with volunteers is a particularly enjoyable part of her job, and she has transferred that passion to her own volunteer work in the community. At the Grand River Film Festival, Julie is a Board member and Chair of the Design committee. It’s a perfect fit as her love of art and design provides the festival with a talented lead ensuring GRFF looks good!
Julie holds an Honours B.A. in Fine Art from the University of Waterloo, where she honed her skills painting in oils. An active artist, she has participated in a number of exhibitions, most recently at the Gladstone Hotel and Gallery 1313, both in Toronto. Her work can be seen on her website at www.julieburdett.org
March 30, 2016
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