Cinevolution’s Micro Grant Program seeks to provide financial assistance to racialized artists and arts workers who identify as having lived experience of disability for the exploration of media art. These small grants support emerging artists who are working in media art or interested in incorporating digital media into their creative practice so they can undertake self-directed learning, research, and creative experimentation.
Led by Elisa Yon and Janet Wang, the Suzhou Alley Women’s Mural is a community-driven mural and storytelling project honouring the unsung contributions and legacies of the women who have helped shape Vancouver’s Chinatown and the history of the Chinese Canadian community.
A multimedia, multidisciplinary project by Kagan Goh that offers intimate insights into an ‘insider’s’ experience of madness.
Cinevolution is proud to present two Digital Roundtable events on intersectional accessibility this Spring! The Digital Roundtable Discussions are based on our two-year-long project on providing resources to create accessible online arts programming.
DocuAsia Forum is an annual film event in Metro Vancouver focusing on sensitive and relevant social issues concerning contemporary Asia.
A spin-off of the Your Kontinent Festival, this annual festival brings cutting-edge, experimental media artworks into community spaces.
An eclectic mix of film screenings, artist talks, lectures, small-scale media art performances, workshops and discussions.
A multimedia project that explores lesser-known stories from Vancouver’s Chinatown through immersive digital experiences.
A series of intimate conversations with practicing women artists on their creative process and their relationship with community and technology.
Our signature film and media arts festival, Your Kontinent explores a vision of the world where different languages and cultures exist side by side.
The first film festival in the City of Richmond, this annual community event focused on progressive themes related to contemporary Asia.