Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Ariella Pahlke Receives the Established Artist Recognition Award

Congratulations to past scholarship recipient, Ariella Pahlke for being awarded the 2019 Established Artist Recognition Award by Arts Nova Scotia and the Creative Nova Scotia Leadership Council. Pahlke will receive her award, along with the other winners, during the 14th Creative Nova Scotia Awards Gala

from Conviction doc site
Saturday, November 2, 2019
7:30 - 11 p.m.
Halifax Central Library
5440 Spring Garden

Free and open to the public.
Tickets through Eventbrite
starting on Oct 18

In her own words, Ariella says, "I’ve collaborated with groups, institutions, and individuals on various forms of media art and documentary projects for 25 years, challenging the status quo through art and community activism."

As described in the Women and Hollywood site, Ariella Pahlke is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and media artist with extensive experience facilitating collaborative projects. For the past 20 years, she’s directed, written and produced hour-long documentaries, shorts and media projects that have screened around the world. Her credits include Charlie’s Prospect, Rock and Desire, Burning Rubber, and Strategies of Hope.

The Creative Nova Scotia Awards Gala is presented by Arts Nova Scotia and the Creative Nova Scotia Leadership Council, the Creative Nova Scotia Awards Gala is an annual event that celebrates excellence in artistic achievement, notably in the announcements of two major awards, the Portia White Prize and the Lieutenant Governor's Masterworks Award. Winners of the Prix Grand Pré, the Established Artist, Emerging Artist and Indigenous Artist awards and the Community Arts and Culture Recognition Award are also honoured. Collectively, the awards are worth $95,000.

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