Cut & Paste: Flash Forward Incubator Exhibition & Silent Auction @ Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre, Vancouver [29 April]

Cut & Paste: Flash Forward Incubator Exhibition & Silent Auction

14:00 - 16:00

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Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre
181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2W3

Capture Photography Festival is pleased to partner with The Magenta Foundation, Canada’s pioneering charitable arts-publishing house based in Toronto and the founder of the Flash Forward Incubator Program, to present the first edition of the Incubator in British Columbia.

Presenting a new model for arts education and support in Canada, the Flash Forward Incubator Program both proposes a new exciting model for arts education and prepares emerging artists for their transition out of high school and into the next phases of their artistic careers.

This year’s 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.

Offered outside of the regular school curriculum, Incubator gives students opportunity to engage with critical and contemporary art ideas and methodologies they may not be working with in their art classes. Developed in collaboration with industry professionals and educators, the program integrates independent and interactive instructional methods, both online and in-person, and offers diverse opportunities to give and receive feedback from other students, teachers, and Magenta and Capture’s education team.

In addition to an education experience, the Incubator offers students a signature piece for their portfolios; a publication, produced by Magenta; and an exhibition/silent auction, held during Capture.

2018 Flash Forward Incubator Program—BC Participating Schools

Georges P. Vanier Secondary, Courtney-Comox
GidG̱alang Ḵuuyas Naay Secondary, Haida Gwaii
John Oliver Secondary, Vancouver
Magee Secondary, Vancouver
Point Grey Secondary, Vancouver
Stratford Hall, Vancouver
Templeton Secondary, Vancouver


Cut and Paste
Mon, Apr 23–Sat, Apr 28,
M–F: 9 am–10 pm, Sa&Su: 9 am–4 pm


Sun, Apr 29, 2–4 pm

Roundhouse Community Arts Centre
181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver

After completing their final assignments, the Incubator participants will exhibit one of their best works in Cut and Paste, the 2018 Flash Forward Incubator Exhibition, at Roundhouse Community Arts Centre in Yaletown. Many of the students will be in attendance, and it’s a chance for the community to congratulate them on their completion of the Incubator as well as to scope out the next generation of photographic talent out of British Columbia. Each of the professionally printed and framed works will be available for purchase at the Silent Auction on Apr 29.

*All money raised goes back into the schools' art programs*

— For more information on the Flash Forward Incubator program, visit

If you’re a teacher or principal and would like to express interest in participating in next year’s BC Incubator, please email [email protected]
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