Monday, 14 September 2009

The Ear Call for Submissions


The Ear / Call for Submissions / Deadline Sept 30th 09 / Gachet Publications
We are inviting submissions to the premier issue of “The Ear”, an arts journal from Gachet Publications.
The issue’s theme will be “atypical perspectives”, a celebration of work that looks at reality through
diverse perceptions. We are looking for both literary and visual contributions: stories, poems, essays,
comic strips, musings, photography, drawing, painting, and sculpture. The journal's mandate is to
provide a vehicle for marginalized people to publish their work.
Work should be submitted to theear@gachet.org no later than Sept 30th 2009. Literary Work should be submitted to theear@gachet.org no later than Sept 30th 2009. Literary
submissions should be no longer than 2000 words; please submit them double spaced and include
the word count. Visual submissions should be jpgs with at least 300 dpi resolution. We look forward to
receiving your work.
Gachet Publications is an arm of Gallery Gachet, a non-profit artist run-centre located in Vancouver.
gallerygachet
88 e cordova, vancouver
ph. 604-687-2468
www.gachet.org

REMINDER 'Frames of Mind' September 16 Screening (Note special start time of 8:00 pm) - About Face

** Please note this one-time only special start time of 8:00 PM **

The Institute of Mental Health, UBC Department of Psychiatry and Pacific Cinémathèque's Frames of Mind film screening will be held this Wednesday at the Pacific Cinémathèque, 1131 Howe Street, Downtown Vancouver.

About Face: The Story of Gwendellin Bradshaw
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 - ** 8:00pm **
USA 2009. Director: Mary Katzke
VANCOUVER PREMIERE! FILMMAKER IN ATTENDANCE!

In 1980, at an Alaskan campground, a young mother likely suffering from post-partum psychosis threw her 10-month-old baby into a roaring campfire. Gwendellin Bradshaw sustained 2nd and 3rd-degree burns over most of her body, losing fingers, an ear and half of her scalp. As a young adult Gwendellin sets off to find her estranged mother, beginning what is a five-year journey towards healing and acceptance in this heartrending documentary.

View film details and more at www.framesofmind.ca

Post-screening discussion with Mary Katzke and Dr. Carolyn Steinberg.

Ms. Katzke is a documentary filmmaker living in Anchorage, Alaska. She holds a degree in Radio, Television and Film from the University of Texas and an MFA in Writing and Directing Film and Television from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. In 1982, she founded Affinityfilms, Inc, a nonprofit production company dedicated to instigating positive change and specializing in social issue documentaries. www.affinityfilms.org

Dr. Steinberg is an Infant/Preschool Child Psychiatrist who has been working at Richmond Hospital in the Early Childhood Mental Health Program for the past three years. Trained at the University of Toronto, the University of Western Ontario and the University of Alberta, she is now a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia.

Co-sponsored by Richmond Hospital's Department of Psychiatry.

Moderated by Dr. Harry Karlinsky, Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia

Frames of Mind is a monthly film event utilizing film and video to promote professional and community education on issues pertaining to mental health and illness.

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