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马洛里宝石

2021年9月20日

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\n\nDirector and Curator at Salmon Arm Arts Centre and Art Gallery, Tracey Kutschker has 20 years of experience in a management role in the arts and culture sector.Prior to partnering with BC Culture Days\u2019 RE:GENERATE series, the Salmon Arm Arts Centre was already offering support to artists, encouraging the creation of digital media. The Song Sparrow Hall in Salmon Arm is a unique space that provides facilities and resources for digital production offering equipment for taping video and audio and acoustic event space for music performance. RE:GENERATE helped to amp up and enrich Salmon Arm\u2019s creative initiatives and digital projects. \n\n![Louis Lucas in Salmon Arm's Marie Manson Arts Award + Sound Machines exhibition = Virtual Artist Residency.](assets\/BC\/louis-lucasart_sut2Op.jpg)\n\nTracey describes:\n\n\u201cIn Salmon Arm, we really punch above our weight in terms of the presentation of cultural activities. When the pandemic shut down live arts events, we all went straight to work creating digital content to keep our collective brains working and inspired. This RE:GENERATE series allowed the arts leaders to reconnect after a long year of isolation and just keeping our organizations afloat. We guided each other as we storyboarded our ideas, and we each reached out to integral supporters and founders to add to our videos. ![Colin James Main Stage Photo by Craig Pulsifer. Featured in Salmon Arm Roots and Blues - Altered States II.](assets\/BC\/colin-james-main-stage-photo-by-craig-pulsifer_a0r0Lg.jpg){.small.right} \n\nWe dug deep into the purposes of our events to extract what we think makes Salmon Arm special, and from that these five products help shine a light on the community\u2019s creativity and resiliency. The creation of digital content is now ubiquitous among arts non-profits, so the challenge wasn\u2019t how to manifest these videos, it was more how to show the true behind-the-scenes antics that most arts organizations are up to as we plan and execute events. Approaching this series with that lens made us recognize and value our own work, which tends to go unnoticed.\u201d \n\nPresident of the Prince Rupert Community Arts Council, Sandra Jones, says that in working on the RE:GENERATE series, \u201cWe discovered that there continues to be much going on in the arts and culture space in Prince Rupert, despite the challenges of the pandemic.\u201d \n\n![Russell Mather in Prince Rupert's Truth and Reconciliation Pole.](assets\/BC\/russel-mathers-totem_wVEdaC.png)\n\nCreating videos for RE:GENERATE helped to foster and renourish relationships among people in the Prince Rupert community. Sandra explains:\n\n\u201cPeople were invited to examine what they did during the Covid-19 Pandemic and found that the process actually clarified that they had done a lot more work than they imagined. They went into the process believing that they had been stalled and upon reflection realized that they had accomplished a great deal - often in ways that were new and unusual for them. People found that the process helped them to engage with others in their organization (if they had one) and also with the videographer.\u201d\n\n\n![Prince Rupert's The Treble with Covid.](assets\/BC\/music-still_ywHC2X.png){.pull.right} In addition to screening the 5 films created by and about Prince Rupert, Prince Rupert Community Arts Council is hosting an in-person film festival at the Lester Centre for the Arts that will showcase various other community-based films. \u201cWhen we screen the series of videos we have created, we imagine that even more great connections will be nourished between artists and cultural leaders as well as within the community at large,\u201d says Sandra. \n\n![Spuct Totem Pole featured in Bella Coola's Totem Carving.](assets\/BC\/screen-shot-2021-09-17-at-9_8c1R8c.png)\n\nBC Culture days extends our greatest thanks to each community who took part in creating the RE:GENERATE Series. Please join us as we celebrate and learn about the rich cultural sectors of these communities by tuning in every Friday for new video premieres. \n\n\n![Mark Locki in Kimberely During the Pandemic.](assets\/BC\/screen-shot-2021-09-17-at-10_TPMO3A.png)\n\n\n\n\n\n\n**RE:GENERATE Prince Rupert premieres Friday Sept 24, 2021** \n\n[Watch here.](\/\/www.statestpizza.com\/en\/hubs\/552ace65-b1b6-495f-8513-114cef82375f)\n\n_Presented in partnership with the Prince Rupert Community Arts Council._\n\n**RE:GENERATE Bella Coola premieres Friday Oct 1, 2021**\n\n[Watch here.](\/\/www.statestpizza.com\/en\/hubs\/a179ac55-f8c0-4622-afd8-fe8871f72534) \n\n_Presented in partnership with the Bella Coola Music Festival, Williams Lake and District Credit Union, and Bella Coola Community Forest._\n\n\n**RE:GENERATE Sooke premieres Friday Oct 8, 2021**\n\n[Watch here.](\/\/www.statestpizza.com\/en\/hubs\/0528c230-6acd-4bf2-9cb8-f8cd9cf946db) \n\n_Presented in partnership with the Sooke Arts Council and Odlum Brown Limited._\n\n\n**RE:GENERATE Salmon Arm premieres Friday Oct 15, 2021**\n\n[Watch here.](\/\/www.statestpizza.com\/en\/hubs\/a179ac55-f8c0-4622-afd8-fe8871f72534)\n\n_Presented in partnership with the Salmon Arm Arts Centre and Shuswap Tourism._\n\n\n**RE:GENERATE Kimberley premieres Friday Oct 22, 2021**\n\n[Watch here.](\/\/www.statestpizza.com\/en\/hubs\/c397da82-2c17-4816-95c5-3fca1d92ec3a) \n\n_Presented in partnership with Kimberley Arts at Centre 64._\n\n\n![RE:GENERATE Series Trailer.](assets\/BC\/screen-shot-2021-09-17-at-9_LIEdEQ.png)","content_fr":null,"should_publish_at":null,"published_at":"2021-09-20 09:04:07","first_published_at":"2021-09-20 09:04:07","deleted_at":null,"created_at":"2021-09-17 14:14:12","updated_at":"2021-09-20 15:29:58","thumbnail_file_id":null,"featured_at":null,"is_featured":false,"is_published":true,"should_publish":false,"status":"published"}" style="scroll-snap-align: start;">

回复:生成:创造性弹性之旅

马洛里宝石

2021年9月20日