Friday, August 26 at City Cinema
64 King St, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A 1B3
Doors at 8pm, Screening at 8:30pm.
This town is small is pleased to present Small Screen: Perspectives, a screening of experimental short videos by Epekwitk/PEI-based artists that were selected from an open call for submissions. this town is small values experimentation and this screening features finished works, works in progress, and explorations, inviting artists to engage with new techniques and ideas.
The videos respond to the theme “Perspectives” through the following prompt: “Perspective is shaped by the senses and experiences; it’s how we situate ourselves in reference to our surroundings. Perspective can form illusions – it can turn two dimensions into three in perspective drawing, a trick of the eye that alters our perception. Perspective can shift, glitch, and distort. Perspective can be a viewpoint: a birds eye view, a fisheye lens, a closeup. Perspective can be shaped by identity: the relationships, culture, and history that contribute to how we experience the world.”
This screening is presented in partnership with Art in the Open, and supported by the PEI Culture Action Plan through Innovation PEI.
Admission is by donation – registration available through City Cinema here
City Cinema is located at 64 King St in Charlottetown. Entrances to the Cinema are available from the King Street Side (64 King Street) as well as Water Street Side (49 Water Street) of the building.
Limited lot parking at City Cinema is available.
City Cinema has a full-service canteen, with beverages and snacks.
City Cinema’s 70-seat Cinema has two reserved seats for patrons with mobility devices each paired with seating for a partner. City Cinema has level access from the street at both the King Street and Water Street entrances all the way into the Cinema.
City Cinema shares designated gendered washrooms with the other businesses in the location. TTIS & City Cinema support patrons using the washroom they feel most comfortable using.
For any accessibility or accommodation concerns, please contact Alexandra at firstname.lastname@example.org