SAW Video Media Art Centre | Knot project space

2 Daly Street (in the Arts Court building), Ottawa ON K1N 7B9
Knot project space hours: Tues-Sat 12-5, Thur 12-7. SAW hours: Mon-Fri 10-6.
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SAW Video is a not-for-profit, artist-run media art centre that fosters the growth and development of artists through access to equipment, training, mentorship, and programming. Our mission is to support a diverse community of media artists empowered by technology, programming and the exchange of ideas. SAW Video's core principles are independence of expression, affordable access to all, and paying artists for their work. SAW Video values diversity and actively promotes equity for all artists regardless of race, age, class, gender, sexual orientation, language, or ability. Knot project space is a venue powered by SAW Video. The space is uniquely configured to present installations, screenings and performances by contemporary artists working within the field of media art and the moving image. The opening of Knot project space in Jan 2018 was part of a major expansion project for SAW Video, and represents a significant addition to its long history of nurturing and championing experimental practices.

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Knot project space

Nov 27-Dec 1, 2018:

The Common Cinema Screening Series.
From Nov 27 to Dec 1, 2018, Knot Project Space will function as The Common Cinema, a small-scale community theatre presenting five consecutive evening screenings, each in collaboration with ... more


Thur 6 Dec 2018, 7pm:

Screening of Tonsler Park by Kevin Jerome Everson. FREE admission. Presented as part of Knot Project Space's ongoing discursive series, Video in the Public Sphere.