Moving from Creative Vision to Finding Your Digital Tools with #DigitalLadders

Johnny Kalangis.

Johnny Kalangis.

2019 rolls on, and we’re continuing to add more Digital Ladders programming to suit the needs of you and your organization. The first of our newly minted Salons focuses on the process of Moving from Creative Vision to Finding Your Digital Tools, helping you figure out the steps toward taking action on your big idea.


Moving from Creative Vision to Finding Your Digital Tools
February 26 @ 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Where: Museum of Vancouver, 100 Chestnut St., Vancouver
Registration: To register for this and other Digital Ladders Salons, visit our Salons page.


Johnny Kalangis is a digital media producer, creative director and filmmaker who has worked in multiple traditional and emerging media types for over 20 years. Recently, he created a series of interactive film installations for Nuit Blanche in Toronto, starting from artistic concepts he had absolutely no idea how he would build, with a particular interest in encouraging audience interactivity and creating environments that react to visitors.

He’ll share his journey through the trials, errors and successes of creating an interactive experience and working with microprocessors (think Arduino and Raspberry Pi) and software like Pure Data and VVVV.


Johnny Kalangis, Digital Creative Executive, is an internationally-acclaimed feature film writer/director, who develops digital media and interactive content from games to web series to viral videos. The last two decades have seen Johnny as V.P. Creative Director, Digital at marblemedia where he led the company to multiple award nominations and nods as well as increasing audience digital engagements by the millions. Before that, Johnny was Executive in Charge of Digital and Interactive Entertainment at CBC working with A-list properties such as Opening NightBeing Erica and The Rick Mercer Report.

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