Date: Saturday April 14th
11:00 am – 2:30 pm
RSVP by March 30th
Friends are welcome!
Once again this Spring, we will gather in celebration of philanthropy at TAAP and our member sororities and women’s fraternities. We will showcase all that our membership does locally, and nationally.
We are thrilled to be at an exciting new venue this year: Brassaii (http://www.brassaii.com/). Our Keynote Speaker will be award-winning documentary filmmaker and media arts teacher Sandra Danilovic. The theme of Sandra’s presentation will be Online Game Avatars: Their Empowerment and Use in Society (aka You Are What You Avatar!). For more information about Sandra, please read below.
Exciting changes have been made to the TAAP Scholarship Program. Starting this year, TAAP will award one scholarship to an undergraduate
sorority woman in Ontario as well as one scholarship to an alumnae sorority woman who is an active member of TAAP.
The 2012 scholarships will be awarded at the luncheon. And don’t forget the Silent Auction and Bake Sale! Both, as always, will be full of great selections donated to TAAP.
Tickets for the lunch are $35 for members and $40 for non members
We look forward to seeing you there!
Sandra Danilovic Bio:
Sandra Danilovic is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and media arts teacher based in Toronto, Canada. Her semiautobiographical machinima documentary, Second Bodies, won Best Documentary at the New Media Film Festival in San Francisco in 2010. Her previous one-hour documentaries, Portrait of a Street: The Soul and Spirit of College and Just Arrived were respectively broadcast on PBS and Rogers OMNI Television.
Ms. Danilovic is currently pursuing her doctorate in Information Studies at the University of Toronto with a research interest in game studies, gender and disability studies, virtual worlds, and technocultures. She also teaches media electives at George Brown College and is a published scholar. Her latest publication is a chapter in the book, Understanding Machinima: Essays on Filmmaking in Virtual Worlds (Continuum Press, 2012).
She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Film and Video Production, from York University, and a Master of Arts, Media Production, from Ryerson University.