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Gazetas, Aristides

GAZETAS, Aristides

GAZETAS, Aristides. American, b. 1930. Genres: Art/Art history, Education, Film, Theatre. Career: National Theatre School, Montreal, Canada, chair of design program, 1968-72; University of Calgary, associate professor of drama and stage designer, 1972-76; Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, chair of art history program, 1976-80; Department of Theater, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, cinematic arts development officer, 1980-83; University of British Columbia, lecturer and associate professor of theater and film, 1988-93. Member of board of directors, Alberta Motion Picture Development Corporation, 1981-83; writer, host and tutor for educational courses associated with Knowledge Network, Open Learning Agency, and UBC Access, 1992-98. Publications: An Introduction to World Cinema, 2000; Imagining Selves: The Politics of Representation, Film Narratives and Adult Education, 2000. Address: 42-5840 Dover Crescent, Richmond, BC, Canada V7C 5P4. Online address: [email protected]; [email protected]

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