Past Posters

View the collection of past years’ VIJFF posters and read about the artists who created them!

Ken Steacy

Ken Steacy is a Canadian comics creator who has chronicled the exploits of Iron Man, Harry Potter, and the Star Wars gang. He’s also collaborated with authors Harlan Ellison, Douglas Coupland, and Margaret Atwood, with whom he created WAR BEARS, the bittersweet tale of the rise and demise of a fictional Toronto comics company during WWII. The recipient of an Eisner and an Inkpot award, Ken was inducted into the Joe Shuster Hall of Fame, a lifetime achievement award honouring Canadian comic book creators for their contributions to the industry. VIJFF is honoured to have Ken use his artistic creations to enhance the quality of our 2022 Victoria International Jewish Film Festival while eliciting a visceral response from the viewer.

Ken Steacy

Ken Steacy is a Canadian comics creator who has chronicled the exploits of Iron Man, Harry Potter, and the Star Wars gang. He’s also collaborated with authors Harlan Ellison, Douglas Coupland, and Margaret Atwood, with whom he created WAR BEARS, the bittersweet tale of the rise and demise of a fictional Toronto comics company during WWII. The recipient of an Eisner and an Inkpot award, Ken was inducted into the Joe Shuster Hall of Fame, a lifetime achievement award honouring Canadian comic book creators for their contributions to the industry. VIJFF is honoured to have Ken use his artistic creations to enhance the quality of our 2022 Victoria International Jewish Film Festival while eliciting a visceral response from the viewer.

Cassia Powell

Cassia Powell (she/they) is an emerging contemporary artist and curator based in the unceded lands of Lekwungen-speaking peoples, otherwise known as Victoria, BC. Powell is a BFA Visual Arts honours graduate from the University of Victoria. Between their personal artistic practice and their curatorial focus, Powell emphasizes the critique of institutional and academic dynamics, and champions the importance of vulnerability and space-making within contemporary art spheres. They utilize these themes by using interior spaces, homewares, food, and digging into the dichotomy of comfort and discomfort, all with a visual focus on “lowbrow” art and pop-surrealism. Powell has been the recipient of the Helen Pitt Scholarship for the Arts (2016), the Heather Cragg Memorial Scholarship (2019), and nominated for the BMO First Art Award (2020).

Cassia Powell

Cassia Powell (she/they) is an emerging contemporary artist and curator based in the unceded lands of Lekwungen-speaking peoples, otherwise known as Victoria, BC. Powell is a BFA Visual Arts honours graduate from the University of Victoria. Between their personal artistic practice and their curatorial focus, Powell emphasizes the critique of institutional and academic dynamics, and champions the importance of vulnerability and space-making within contemporary art spheres. They utilize these themes by using interior spaces, homewares, food, and digging into the dichotomy of comfort and discomfort, all with a visual focus on “lowbrow” art and pop-surrealism. Powell has been the recipient of the Helen Pitt Scholarship for the Arts (2016), the Heather Cragg Memorial Scholarship (2019), and nominated for the BMO First Art Award (2020).

Cassia Powell

Cassia Powell (she/they) is an emerging contemporary artist and curator based in the unceded lands of Lekwungen-speaking peoples, otherwise known as Victoria, BC. Powell is a BFA Visual Arts honours graduate from the University of Victoria. Between their personal artistic practice and their curatorial focus, Powell emphasizes the critique of institutional and academic dynamics, and champions the importance of vulnerability and space-making within contemporary art spheres. They utilize these themes by using interior spaces, homewares, food, and digging into the dichotomy of comfort and discomfort, all with a visual focus on “lowbrow” art and pop-surrealism. Powell has been the recipient of the Helen Pitt Scholarship for the Arts (2016), the Heather Cragg Memorial Scholarship (2019), and nominated for the BMO First Art Award (2020).

Ken Steacy

Ken Steacy is a Canadian comics creator who has chronicled the exploits of Iron Man, Harry Potter, and the Star Wars gang. He’s also collaborated with authors Harlan Ellison, Douglas Coupland, and Margaret Atwood, with whom he created WAR BEARS, the bittersweet tale of the rise and demise of a fictional Toronto comics company during WWII. The recipient of an Eisner and an Inkpot award, Ken was inducted into the Joe Shuster Hall of Fame, a lifetime achievement award honouring Canadian comic book creators for their contributions to the industry. VIJFF is honoured to have Ken use his artistic creations to enhance the quality of our 2022 Victoria International Jewish Film Festival while eliciting a visceral response from the viewer.

Ken Steacy

Ken Steacy is a Canadian comics creator who has chronicled the exploits of Iron Man, Harry Potter, and the Star Wars gang. He’s also collaborated with authors Harlan Ellison, Douglas Coupland, and Margaret Atwood, with whom he created WAR BEARS, the bittersweet tale of the rise and demise of a fictional Toronto comics company during WWII. The recipient of an Eisner and an Inkpot award, Ken was inducted into the Joe Shuster Hall of Fame, a lifetime achievement award honouring Canadian comic book creators for their contributions to the industry. VIJFF is honoured to have Ken use his artistic creations to enhance the quality of our 2022 Victoria International Jewish Film Festival while eliciting a visceral response from the viewer.

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