Gravity Assist In Process - Film Screening @The Beaverbrook Art Gallery

2:00 - 3:30 PM Sunday 23 June FREE

  • film screening

Gravity Assist In Process features a work-in-progress version of a new short film by Gallery Connexion artist-in-residence Ry O’Toole, titled Gravity Assist. The film follows a wounded alien entity that has crash-landed to earth as it physically and sensorially processes a new planet. The film will be preceded by a selection of short films, video works, and feature film excerpts that inspired and informed Gravity Assist. This screening is co-presented by Gallery Connexion and will take place at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery on Sunday June 23 at 2pm, with an introduction by the artist.

Thank you to Connexion ARC for sponsoring and hosting this event!

Please review the accessibility information at the bottom of this page. We’re asking attendees to wear face masks throughout the event to make the space more inclusive, especially for immunocompromised show-goers.


The Beaverbrook Art Gallery

703 Queen Street, E3B 1C4

This is an accessible venue

Please enter the gallery through the courtyard entrance to come directly into the Art Education Centre and RBC Room which is where all FLOURISH activities will be taking place. Do not enter through the main gallery entrance.

All ages
Masks are required in our festival spaces in this venue (annex and workshop rooms, encouraged throughout the building)*. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available at no cost.
Wheelchair accessible (specific information on entry access to follow), ground floor.
Parking: there are metered spaces and municipal parking garages nearby. Out-of-town visitors may be eligible for a complimentary parking pass from Fredericton Tourism. Venue is also accessible by Fredericton’s extensive trail system and public transit.

PLEASE NOTE: Masks are required in FLOURISH Festival spaces (RBC Room, Education Room) for our programming. The rain venue of The Hello Crows (Harrison McCain Pavillion) is not masks mandatory (however masks are encouraged and will be available). Masks are encouraged in outdoor spaces, but not required.