Lorna Licollari, Newtonbrook Secondary School

TD Bank Group

The Magenta Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of TD Bank Group for their ongoing commitment to Flash Forward and to emerging artists.

The Flash Forward Incubator Program is dedicated to supporting emerging artists within the high school setting. While proposing a new and exciting model for arts education and arts funding, the Incubator Program prepares students for their transition out of high school and into the next phases of their artistic careers.

The theme for this year’s Flash Forward Incubator Program is Cut and Paste. This year’s theme asks that our students think deeply about the meaning of cut and paste; from the creation of collage: physically cutting and pasting images together, to the ease with which we are able to reposition images and ideas using the cut and paste features on a computer, to how we can re-configure meaning with the addition or removal of objects, ideas, or images within a natural setting. What impact does the cut have? What is the impact of the paste?

This year’s Flash Forward Incubator Program is open to a wide range of photography based projects that explore the theme of cut and paste: the impact of cut and paste in our world today, the role that it has played in the history of art, and the social and psychological impact that a cut and paste world proposes.


Come celebrate and support our latest art stars as we help them prepare for a career in the arts. All money raised through the silent auction will directly benefit the participating schools.

Exhibition and Silent Auction
May 28, 2018


Stephen Bulger Gallery
1356 Dundas St W
Toronto, ON M6J 1Y2

Special Thanks To

Sponsors

Venue Sponsor

A special thank you to our program leaders and our team of instructors and educators for their effort in making Flash Forward Incubator a continuing success.

Flash Forward Incubator 2017 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2016 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2015 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2014 →

Developed in collaboration with industry professionals and educators, the primarily online platform integrates independent and interactive instructional methods, and offers diverse opportunities to give and receive feedback from teachers, and Magenta’s education team. Carefully developed online activities encourage research, experimentation, risk taking, inquiry, and reflection. In school, and while students develop their work of art, teachers are actively involved and assist students with the unique technical skills required for students to successfully achieve their visions.

Upon completion, all students leave with the knowledge required to write a successful project proposal, a good understanding of historical and contemporary artists related to the theme, a signature piece for their portfolio as well as a publication.

Education Coordinator‎ /
Lead Program Educator

Jenny McCowan

Program Educator
Andrya Duff

Program Assistant
Yalda Pashai
Marnie McFadden

Photography
Natalia Dolan
Chris Thomaidis

Instructors
Sonja Brittain, Diana Narimalla (John Polanyi Collegiate Institute)

Karen Jendruska, Soula St. Jean (Newtonbrook Secondary School)

Matt Killen, Richard Haughton, Frankie Kouwenhoven, Jill Ingram (Rosedale Heights School of the Arts)

Glenn Novak (Etobicoke School of the Arts)

Lisa Sanders (Inglenook Community High School)

Raf Michelli, Grace Loney, Glen McQuestion (Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School)

Don Thompson (Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School)

Yasin Osman (Shoot For Peace)

The Magenta Foundation and Capture Photography Festival are proud to present the first edition of the Flash Forward Incubator in British Columbia.

All money raised through the silent auction will directly benefit the participating high schools.

Admission is FREE, no RSVP required.

Exhibition
April 23–29, 2018

Closing and Silent Auction
April 29, 2018

More info on the Capture event page →


Roundhouse Community Arts Centre
181 Roundhouse Mews
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2W3

Sponsors

Venue Sponsor

A special thank you to our program leaders and our team of instructors and educators for their effort in making Flash Forward Incubator a continuing success.

Flash Forward Incubator 2017 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2016 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2015 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2014 →

Developed in collaboration with industry professionals and educators, the primarily online platform integrates independent and interactive instructional methods, and offers diverse opportunities to give and receive feedback from teachers, and Magenta’s education team. Carefully developed online activities encourage research, experimentation, risk taking, inquiry, and reflection. In school, and while students develop their work of art, teachers are actively involved and assist students with the unique technical skills required for students to successfully achieve their visions.

Upon completion, all students leave with the knowledge required to write a successful project proposal, a good understanding of historical and contemporary artists related to the theme, a signature piece for their portfolio as well as a publication.

Education Coordinator‎ /
Lead Program Educator

Jenny McCowan

Program Educator
Andrya Duff

Program Assistant
Yalda Pashai
Marnie McFadden

Vancouver Incubator Coordinator
Kate Henderson

Instructors
James Reid (Gudangaay Tlaats'gaa Naay Secondary School)
Dave Ingram (Georges P. Vanier Secondary)
James Francom (John Oliver Secondary School)
Andrea Rose Des Mazes (Magee Secondary School)
Dean Long (Point Grey Secondary School)
Gareth Jones (Stratford Hall)
Rachel Sawatsky (Templeton Secondary School)

Come celebrate and support our latest art stars as we help them
prepare for a career in the arts. All money raised will be awarded in the
form of scholarships to participating students selected by our jurors.

Exhibition Opening
May 19, 2018
1:00–3:00 pm

Silent Auction
1:30–2:30 pm


Fort Point Arts Community Gallery
300 Summer St
Boston, MA 02210

Sponsors

Venue Sponsor

A special thank you to our program leaders and our team of instructors and educators for their effort in making Flash Forward Incubator a continuing success.

Flash Forward Incubator 2017 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2016 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2015 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2014 →

Developed in collaboration with industry professionals and educators, the primarily online platform integrates independent and interactive instructional methods, and offers diverse opportunities to give and receive feedback from teachers, and Magenta’s education team. Carefully developed online activities encourage research, experimentation, risk taking, inquiry, and reflection. In school, and while students develop their work of art, teachers are actively involved and assist students with the unique technical skills required for students to successfully achieve their visions.

Upon completion, all students leave with the knowledge required to write a successful project proposal, a good understanding of historical and contemporary artists related to the theme, a signature piece for their portfolio as well as a publication.

Education Coordinator‎ /
Lead Program Educator

Jenny McCowan

Program Educator
Andrya Duff

Program Assistant
Yalda Pashai
Marnie McFadden

Instructors
Andrew Warren (Buckingham Browne & Nichols School)
Erika Frisk (Phillips Academy Andover)
Nicki Pardo (Thayer Academy)

Come celebrate and support our latest art stars as we help them prepare for a career in the arts. All money raised through the silent auction will directly benefit the participating schools.

Exhibition and Silent Auction
May 28, 2018


Stephen Bulger Gallery
1356 Dundas St W
Toronto, ON M6J 1Y2

Special Thanks To

Sponsors

Venue Sponsor

A special thank you to our program leaders and our team of instructors and educators for their effort in making Flash Forward Incubator a continuing success.

Flash Forward Incubator 2017 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2016 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2015 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2014 →

Developed in collaboration with industry professionals and educators, the primarily online platform integrates independent and interactive instructional methods, and offers diverse opportunities to give and receive feedback from teachers, and Magenta’s education team. Carefully developed online activities encourage research, experimentation, risk taking, inquiry, and reflection. In school, and while students develop their work of art, teachers are actively involved and assist students with the unique technical skills required for students to successfully achieve their visions.

Upon completion, all students leave with the knowledge required to write a successful project proposal, a good understanding of historical and contemporary artists related to the theme, a signature piece for their portfolio as well as a publication.

Education Coordinator‎ /
Lead Program Educator

Jenny McCowan

Program Educator
Andrya Duff

Program Assistant
Yalda Pashai
Marnie McFadden

Workshop Teacher
Anna Gaby-Trotz

Come celebrate and support our latest art stars as we help them prepare for a career in the arts. All money raised through the silent auction will directly benefit the participating schools.

Exhibition and Silent Auction
June 20, 2018


cSPACE
1721 29 Ave SW
Calgary, AB T2T 6T7

A special thank you to our program leaders and our team of instructors and educators for their effort in making Flash Forward Incubator a continuing success.

Flash Forward Incubator 2017 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2016 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2015 →
Flash Forward Incubator 2014 →

Developed in collaboration with industry professionals and educators, the primarily online platform integrates independent and interactive instructional methods, and offers diverse opportunities to give and receive feedback from teachers, and Magenta’s education team. Carefully developed online activities encourage research, experimentation, risk taking, inquiry, and reflection. In school, and while students develop their work of art, teachers are actively involved and assist students with the unique technical skills required for students to successfully achieve their visions.

Upon completion, all students leave with the knowledge required to write a successful project proposal, a good understanding of historical and contemporary artists related to the theme, a signature piece for their portfolio as well as a publication.

Education Coordinator‎ /
Lead Program Educator

Jenny McCowan

Program Educator
Andrya Duff

Program Assistant
Yalda Pashai
Marnie McFadden

Instructors
Alan Crooks (Westmount Charter School)
Kelly Issac (PVA)