YOU'RE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE!

This year, some of our presenting artists are offering interactive projects and online workshops. Registration is free, sign up below!

Solar Etching
Charlotte May Hobden
Ongoing

Charlotte May Hobden loves burning stuff into wood and maybe you will too! Would you like to receive a free magnifying glass so you can burn something into wood on a sunny day? To participate in this workshop, just email Charlotte with your mailing address and she'll send you a magnifying glass to have some fun with.  Send photos of what you create to Charlotte by September 14th.

 

Click here to view Charlotte's Call for Participation

(Or email cmh342@mun.ca)

 
Escape
Future Leisure
Midnight Friday, September 18 and Saturday, September 19

Escape is a one on one interactive performance delivered via phone and lasting approximately 30 mins. Beginning with a series of text messages, the work ends with a final monologue heard via phone call, while the participant watches a video online. Exploring themes of escapism, psychogeography, corporeality and the dissociation from the body that comes with an increase of online interaction, this work is an individualized experience taking place between midnight and 3:00am. 

 

The participant signs up for a specific timeslot. It’s late at night, and they must be at home when the moment comes. They text the designated number “I want to escape.” 

Click here for a preview into Escape

Limited Registration

(or email futureleisure.info@gmail.com

Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway - Interactive Artist Talk
Rozalind MacPhail
8:00pm, Sunday, September 20

 

In this inspiring and empowering interactive artist talk, international touring artist, Rozalind MacPhail shares personal stories about her creative journey as a working musician - the hardships she’s faced and the serendipitous events that have brought her to the international stage. What’s it like to pursue a music career in today’s world? How do we find our true calling? Is there a recipe for igniting inspiration? How do we keep our creative juices flowing? Here’s your chance to find out!

(or email cbnuit@gmail.com)

Personal Documentary Filmmaking
Roberto Santaguida
Schedule: 1:00 - 2:30pm Saturday, September 19 and Sunday, September 20

 

In this workshop participants participants arrive at a concept for a film without knowing they are doing it. Join Roberto and make a personal documentary short and find the cinematic equivalent for your ideas and stories.

Click here to preview Goran by Roberto Santiguida

Limited Registration

(or email cbnuit@gmail.com)

No Judgement! 
Samantha Chaulk
3:00 - 6:00pm Saturday, September 19


Participants will leave this workshop with practical tools for coming up with ideas, doing initial performance explorations and nurturing their desire to create. Too often, we kill our creativity by exposing it to judgement too early in the process. Fun, on-your-feet, “don’t think” improv exercises will be combined with introspective visioning techniques to help the artist work freely, impulsively and intuitively, so they may pull their piece up from deep within themselves and not let the intellect interfere with the birth of their idea.

Limited Registration

(or email cbnuit@gmail.com)

ABOUT US >

CB Nuit is a magical and inspiring evening of art on the West Coast of Newfoundland / Ktaqmkuk and we're excited to be back for a fourth year!

 

Corner Brook's first after dark arts festival was called Nuit150+ and it happened in 2017 as part of Canada's 150 birthday celebrations. The event was a HUGE success, so the organizers brought it back for another year in 2018 and again in 2019.

Our goal is to  engage the Corner Brook community creatively through participation in site specific art projects which foster self expression.

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