Category Archives: Videos

Karen Hibbard – 3 Poems by Eve Joseph

Each year, UVic faculty, staff, students, alumni and retirees produce an incredible amount of intellectual content reflecting the breadth and diversity of research, teaching, personal and professional interests.

Discover the new video poem collaboration 3 Poems by Eve Joseph from artist Karen Hibbard.  Both Eve Joseph and Karen Hibbard were panelists at the recent Spring 2016 UVic Author Celebration event.

Karen Hibbard-Eve Joseph

Screenshot from 3 Poems by Eve Joseph

Karen Hibbard

Karen Hibbard is a contemporary visual artist living in Victoria, BC. She has been teaching art with the UVic Faculty of Education since 2012 and previously taught art at the University of Manitoba. Karen’s video and animation projects are distributed by Video Pool (Winnipeg, MB) as well as archived at VACAVU. She has a MFA in Print Media from Concordia University, Montréal. Exhibiting across Canada, Europe, Japan and the US, she is included in many collections, including Loto-Québec, Banque Nationale du Canada and the MOMA Artist Book Collection.

Her first video poem- Waking at the Mouth of the Willow River by poet Don McKay, Night Field (McLelland and Stewart, 1992) won second prize at the Victoria Writers Festival in 2014.

This 2nd collaboration titled 3 poems by Eve Joseph (2015) features Eve Joseph’s poetry from her book, The Secret Signature of Things (Brick, 2010). The video animation was exhibited at Vancouver Island School of Art in November, 2015. The exhibition entitled In Cahoots was curated by Efren Quiroz.

Eve Joseph

Eve Joseph is a poet/writer who grew up in North Vancouver and now lives in Victoria. Her recently-released book In the Slender Margin, won the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Award. Her two books of poetry, The Startled Heart (Oolichan, 2004) & The Secret Signature of Things (Brick, 2010) were both nominated for the Dorothy Livesay Award and in 2010 she was awarded the P.K. Page Founder’s Award for poetry.

The Video Book

Jeff Jarvis | BuzzMachine

HarperCollins, my publisher for What Would Google Do?, just released a video version of the book, a 23-minute synopsis delivered by me, sans script, on camera…

The point of this is that the publisher is trying to find new ways to release books and the ideas in them. This is their first video book; if it works, they say in the Journal they?ll make another half-dozen. The definition of ?works?? Who knows?

Here a link to Youtube snippet?

National Film Board of Canada

NFB marks its 70th anniversary with a birthday gift to all Canadians

Press Release | 2009/01/20

A vital part of the national fabric since 1939, the National Film Board of Canada is marking its 70th anniversary in 2009 with a gift to Canadians and Web users of all ages: a new online Screening Room providing free home viewing of over 700 productions, films, trailers and clips from the NFB’s world-renowned collection.

Now online at, the Screening Room is latest step forward in a sweeping digital transformation now underway at Canada’s public film producer and distributor, which is committed to harnessing digital technologies to connect with all Canadians, as a key part of its new Strategic Plan.

"This new online Screening Room is the latest example of how the NFB plays a major role in the free exchange of ideas through cinema," said Tom Perlmutter, Government Film Commissioner and Chairperson of the National Film Board of Canada. "At a time when issues are inter-connected and global communications are mobile and instantaneous, Canada needs a voice. More than ever, the NFB provides that voice: empowering Canadians to share their concerns, express their points of view, tell Canada’s stories. The world is changing – our stories continue.”

Copyright/Permission to Reproduce:

Materials on this Web site were produced and/or compiled by the National Film Board of Canada for the purpose of providing Canadians with direct access to information about the programs and services offered by the National Film Board of Canada.

The material on this site is covered by the provisions of the Copyright Act, by Canadian laws, policies, regulations and international agreements. Such provisions serve to identify the information source and, in specific instances, to prohibit reproduction of materials without written permission.

Non-commercial Reproduction
Information on this site has been posted with the intent that it be readily available for personal and public non-commercial use and may be reproduced, in part or in whole and by any means, without charge or further permission from NFB. We ask only that:

Users exercise due diligence in ensuring the accuracy of the materials reproduced;
NFB be identified as the source department; and,
The reproduction is not represented as an official version of the materials reproduced, nor as having been made, in affiliation with or with the endorsement of NFB