Video: Turning the Page 2014

Watch three videos about the Turning the Page event that took place in March-May 2014, produced by Andrew Hall Productions.

You can see the videos below, or by clicking their titles.

1. Turning the Page at H’Art of Ottawa documentary

Documentary about the creation of a multimedia performance and an art exhibition titled “Turning the Page” by the artists at H’Art of Ottawa in collaboration with musician and artist Jesse Stewart. H’Art of Ottawa is an art and creative writing studio for artists with disabilities. The performance was 30 April 2014 in the National Arts Centre’s 4th Stage, the art exhibit was at Gallery 101 from March 22 to May 3, 2014.

 

2. Power of the Arts presentation

A panel presentation about H’Art of Ottawa’s multimedia performance and gallery show, both titled Turning the Page, held in the spring of 2014. H’Art of Ottawa is a studio for the practices of visual art and creative writing, for adult artists with disabilities. This panel presentation to the Power of the Arts National Forum at Carleton University, Ottawa, on 9 November 2014, was given by H’art of Ottawa director Lin Rowsell, artists Debbie Ratcliffe and Jessie Huggett, Director / Curator of Gallery 101 Laura Margita, musician and artist Jesse Stewart and cinematographer Andrew Hall. This presentation included a music/dance performance by Jesse Stewart and Jessie Huggett. The Power of the Arts National Forum was sponsored by the Michaëlle Jean Foundation and Carleton University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Science.

 

 

3. Turning the Page performance

A multimedia performance by the artists of H’Art of Ottawa in collaboration with musician and artist Jesse Stewart, performed at the National Arts Centre’s 4th Stage, on 30 April 2014. H’Art of Ottawa is an art and creative writing studio for artists with disabilities.

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H’Art of Ottawa is an innovative and inclusive visual arts studio that supports and facilitates the creative practice of artists with intellectual disabilities. The studio’s unique art and literacy program fosters and promotes creative and cultural experiences, collaboration, self-expression, and self-determination. Exhibiting their work through the studio, galleries, and community venues, the artists participate in society in a meaningful way.

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