Gwylym Cano

Gwylym Cano teaches Digital Video and Humanities at Colorado Academy. His video works have exhibited at film festivals and art galleries the past 25 years. His current project is the ghost-noir web series A Few Moments More (www.afewmomentsmore.) Cano also produces documentaries and videos for arts non-profits and artists with his video boutique Fool Moon Productions. Some of his video work features if not is – poetry. Cano is a graduate of Yale University.

Aloe and the Sunflower: https://vimeo.com/47047850

poem as video (OuLiPian writing and video strategy designed by Cano called 3(squared))

Coyote Died: https://vimeo.com/92430938

Comedic narrative short developed by SPARK theater -reframing/retelling Navajo coyote tales

Athen Zapball: www.athenzapball.com

narrative short by Cano

A Few Moments More: www.afewmomentsmore.com

a ghost noir pilot episode, web series

 

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Gwylym Cano is available for full or part-time residencies.

 

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Explore: Digital Arts, Literary Arts, Professional Development, STEAM, Theatre, Visual Arts, Film, Poetry, Video Production, Writing, iPad


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  • Digital Journeys.

    Workshop or Residency for grades 7th through 12th

    Students use forum theater as a tool, a risk-taking, non-performative theater experience to explore a subject or theme. The “sculptures” generated from forum theater can be transformed into photography or the basis for scenes in a graphic novel or movie.

  • Forum Theater. Creative Writing

    Workshop or Residency for grades 3rd through 6th

    A mixture of creative writing, poetry and forum theater can enhance any subject or theme as students engage in aesthetic exercises.

  • Artist Talk & Film Screening

    Performance for grades 6th through 12th

    Cano offers .5 to 1.5 hour video screenings of his work and/or lectures on film history, general or specific, as well as Q&A.