The following is a list of developed short films and artistic contributions that include performances and exhibitions that share FOCI themes in sustainability, safety and inclusion through the lens of Art.
Doran, B. (Director/Producer), Chafe, R. (Playwright), McIntosh, J. (Playwright) & Neis, B. (2022). Living on the Edge [Video – Demo Film]. Teaser film developed about ocean change and coastal community sustainability which will be used to seek web-streaming/broadcast license and additional funding for full-length documentary.
PULP Student Art Gallery Exhibitions and Programming
Soft.Power (July-August 2021) displayed on the exterior of Swirsky’s on Broadway. The show explored the idea that the coastal areas can be both soft and powerful, depending on the weather, tides and sea state. This exhibition examines this dichotomy as it relates to the ocean and its impact on coastal areas and communities including Indigenous perspectives, shared public spaces, and transportation links.
Picturing Community (July 2021-April 2022) is a public exhibition displayed on the exterior of Corner Brook City Hall and the Corner Brook Public Library of photographic portraits depicting the residents and spaces at Western Health’s Long Term Care Home in Corner Brook. The project fostered community connections and explored the theme of community-based infrastructures.
David Lane (Director/Producer) short film, FOCI IWP4 Gros Morne Puppet Workshop and Residency held in August 2022 in Norris Point. Gros Morne Puppetry Workshop — Artistic infrastructure for navigating ocean and coastal change - YouTube