Anthroscope Media is an independent, Canadian media production company based just outside of Toronto in Guelph, Ontario. Anthroscope Media produces media art, podcasts, audio and video documentaries and multi-media works. We also provide media education and workshop facilitation. Our work has been supported by the Ontario Arts Council, Waterloo Arts Fund and Ed Video Media Arts Centre. We are interested in the exploration of the human experience through storytelling. We use media as a tool for bringing stories to life.
Erin MacIndoe Sproule
Anthroscope Media is the production company of Erin MacIndoe Sproule. As a freelance media artist and creator, Erin has collaborated with the CBC, Tangled Art + Disability, Bodies in Translation, Dreamwalker Dance Company and The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Currently, Erin works with Re•Vision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice as a digital storytelling facilitator and media artist. This work has taken Erin to Northern Finland, Greenland, Arctic Canada and Ottawa. In 2019 Erin led a workshop with the Creative Commons Global Summit in Lisbon, Portugal about how to use open source materials for storytelling. Her work has been supported by the Ontario Arts Council, Waterloo Arts Council and Ed Video Media Arts Centre. Her project, The Ghost of Thomas Lacey is part of an experiential exhibition at THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener September 2019 - January 2020. She studied Radio and Television Arts at Ryerson University and has a Masters in Fine Art Photography from the Instituto Europeo di Design in Madrid, Spain.