Video Art in Canada is a Vtape website.
Vtape gratefully acknowledges the financial investment by the Department of Canadian Heritage in the creation of this on-line presentation for the Virtual Museum of Canada.
Special thanks to the following individuals at the Virtual Museum of Canada: Pierre Chalifour, Investment Officer, Valérie Chartrand, Jason Kiss, Luc Pesant, Scott MacCallum and Ranjan Banerjee.
Video Art in Canada Project Director: Dara Gellman
Video Art in Canada Design and Production: Danyon Reeves and Catherine Stinson
Video Art in Canada Writer and Online Exhibition Curator:
Production Assistant: Jean-Paul Kelly
Proofreader and Copy Editor: Lisa Rundle
Translation: Colette Tougas
Translation Verifier: Denis Lessard
Marketing: Judy Wolfe and Tallulah Hershorn, Consulting Matrix
Executive Director: Kim Tomczak
Artistic Director: Lisa Steele
Managing Director: Wanda vanderStoop
Distribution Manager: Daniel Cockburn
Technical Manager: Heather Keung
Administrative Assistant: Erik Martinson
Internship Program Coordinator: Scott Nihil
Other Contributors: Erin Clarke, Amelia Does, Myung-Sun Kim, Liz Knox, Ilona Kolcze, Angella Mackey, Daniela de Castro e Silva, Anna Suzuki, and Maiko Tanaka
Corporate Sponsor: Bell Canada.
Special thanks to Ruth Foster, Associate Director, Community Investment.
Special thanks to David Poole, Head of the Media Arts Section, at the Canada Council for the Arts, co-creators and administrators of the Bell Canada Award in Video Art.
Public Funders: Ontario Arts Council Compass program and Young Canada Works, an initiative of the Department of Canadian Heritage
Educational Development Partner: Ontario College of Art and Design, with the participation of the Faculty of Art Integrated Media Program and Wendy Coburn, Richard Fung, Johanna Householder, Andrew McAllister and BH Yael
Launch Partners: Canadian Art Foundation and Charles Street Video. Special thanks to Ann Webb and Richard Rhodes at the Canadian Art Foundation and Greg Woodbury and Ross Turnbull at Charles Street Video
Distributors of the video works featured in Video Art in Canada: Vtape (Toronto, ON), Electronic Arts Intermix (New York, USA) and Vidéographe (Montreal, QC).