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How Is Indigenous Storytelling Transforming Immersive Technology?

7:00 PM – 8:15 PM


The IM4 Lab was created by Indigenous filmmaker Loretta Todd, alongside media matriarchs Doreen Manuel, Cease Wyss, and Tracey Kim Bonneau, in collaboration with Emily Carr University. 

Join artists from the IM4 Lab to learn more about how Augmented Reality (AR) enhances Indigenous storytelling, and the work that the Lab is doing to break down the barriers to Indigenous artists in VRAR. This session is part of the Lab’s Indigenous Knowledge Transfer Series, exploring questions such as: 

How does immersive reality technology reflect Indigenous expression of time and space? And how can Indigenous artists reinforce their knowledge systems in immersive experiences? What fun and trickster notions of storytelling can happen with Instagram filters?



Please note: For this program you will need a computer, tablet or phone and the Zoom app. New to Zoom? Learn more about using it here.

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This event is presented in partnership with Vancouver Mural Festival as part of Winter Arts. Click the banner below to see the full details of this festival:

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