Presented in partnership with Magenta Foundation, Toronto
Capture is pleased to partner with Magenta Foundation, Canada’s pioneering charitable arts-publishing house based in Toronto and the founder of the Flash Forward Incubator Program, to present the Incubator in British Columbia. The first iteration ran in 2018.
Designed for students within the high school setting, Incubator proposes a new and exciting model for arts education in Canada by preparing emerging artists for their transition out of high school and into the next phases of their artistic careers. It is a new model for arts education and support in Canada.
Secondary students are given diverse opportunities to receive feedback on the evolution of their artistic concepts through the integration of interactive and instructional methods—both online and in-person. It is offered free of charge outside of the regular school curriculum and allows students to engage with critical art ideas and contemporary methodologies that may be broader than the scope of their art classes. Incubator is developed in collaboration with industry professionals and educators, including teachers and artists, as well as Magenta’s and Capture’s education teams.
In addition to an education experience, Incubator offers students a signature piece for their portfolios; a publication, produced by Magenta; and an exhibition/silent auction, held during Capture.
For more information on the Flash Forward Incubator Program, visit www.magentafoundation.org/flash-forward-incubator.
If you’re a teacher or principal in BC and would like to express interest in participating in next year’s Incubator, please email [email protected].
Image: Chantal Morfitt, Broken Dolls, 2020, archival pigment print on Epson Luster photo paper, 60.69 x 45.72 cm.