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DARTMOUTH – Take your imagination and/or experience, add Dartmouth and mix it altogether in a mobile phone to participate in the Locative Media Art project, Dartmouth Vision Pavilion.  In tandem with Locative Media Art practices, contemporary artists Leola LeBlanc and Barbara Lounder, who currently comprise the collective Narratives in Space + Time (NiS+T), have put together the community project.  NiS+T are seeking teen and adult participants to narrate a story or a poem inspired by Dartmouth. Join NiS+T tonight, January 13th, 2011 from 6pm-8:30pm to hear the fun low-down (a.k.a. general information session) on how to participate in the the mobile phone and web-based community art project.

Dartmouth Vision Pavilion is being supported by the 4Cs Foundation, Centre for Art Tapes and Alderney Gate Public Library.

Want to learn more about Locative Media arts practices come to the Information Session and/or read the Manifesto.

WHAT: General Information Session, Dartmouth Vision Pavilion
WHERE: Alderney Gate Library, 60 Alderney Drive, Dartmouth, NS
WHEN: Thursday, January 13th, 2011 from 6pm-8:30pm
REGISTRATION: Call 902-476-6670 or 420-4002 in advance to register.
OTHER INFO: Light refreshments will be served and equipment and supplies will be provided.

For additional information, visit  Vision Pavilion.

photo care of NiS+T