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Opening Reception for STORYFORMS and CONFLUENCE
September 27, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PMFree
Join us on Friday, September 27 for the opening reception of STORYFORMS: Immersive Documentaries from the 2019 Camden International Film Festival and CONFLUENCE: Visual Stories from The Village Canoe.
The event is FREE and open to the public (donations are always very much appreciated).
STORYFORMS: Immersive Media Selections from the 2019 Camden International Film Festival (in the Clifford Gallery)
CONFLUENCE: Visual stories from the Village Canoe Project (in the Corridor Gallery)
September 27 – November 15
Opening Reception: Friday, September 27 from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Since its founding in 2005, the Camden International Film Festival (CIFF) has risen to prominence as one of the world’s most respected documentary festivals. Taking place each fall along the beautiful coast of Maine, CIFF champions innovative work that explores the boundaries of nonfiction storytelling through a carefully curated collection of films from around the world. STORYFORMS is CIFF’s showcase of interactive and immersive media, highlighting the work of innovative artists, filmmakers and journalists who are using new technologies and platforms to transform the ways nonfiction stories can be created and shared in the digital age.
Following the 2019 Camden International Film Festival in September, selections from the Storyforms exhibition will make their way to Belfast for a first ever extended run here at Waterfall Arts.
For more information: https://waterfallarts.org/storyforms/
The Village Canoe presents “Confluence,” curated by Emily Cornell du Houx and Chris Battaglia. Historically where waters meet, confluence also occurs when things come together. River and sea, artist and other artist, individual and community — these meeting places and merging entities become more dynamic and are brought to life in unexpected ways in these zones of transition. “Confluence” is a site-specific, immersive show that serves as canvas as well as inspiration/artifacts from the same canvas that brought to life The Village Canoe – from Mississippi to Maine, and the entanglements therein.
For more information: https://waterfallarts.org/confluence/
Exhibitions at Waterfall Arts are made possible by yearlong Lead Sponsors, Viking Lumber and Whitecap Builders and Major Yearlong Exhibition Sponsors, CG Bikes, Cold Mountain Builders, Old Professors Bookshop, Revision Energy, and All Creatures Acupuncture. Additional support is provided by foundations such as the Onion Foundation, Morton Kelly Charitable Trust, and the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.