Black Futures Month

TXN: A Decade in Review

A Video-Essay by Matthew Progress

Date

February 29 - 29, 2020

Time

3:00PM - 5:00PM

Location

235 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON M5J 2G8

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TXN: a video essay produced by Matthew Progress, presented by Nia Centre for the Arts & screened in partnership with The Power Plant Gallery

 

As we enter into a new decade, let’s reflect on the people, movements, and moments that shaped & defined Black culture in Toronto. “TXN” a video-essay, will take audience members on a dynamic trip down memory lane through the artistic and creative lens of Matthew Progress. Following the screening, a panel conversation will be held featured Matthew, filmmaker Cazhhmere, and journalist Camille Dundas, to take a deeper dive into the themes and content of the video-essay, and continue the conversation.

 

WHAT IS A VIDEO ESSAY?

Part short film, part visual mixtape, part critical analysis, a video-essay brings all three elements together to share & highlight information from a unique artistic perspective. Didn’t catch something? Questions? Have a response? Don’t worry – that’s what the panel conversation is for! Matthew & panellists will break down themes, expand on content, and walk you through the video essay, with a chance to ask questions as well.

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