Eva Everything is a multi-media Renaissance Woman.
In 1981 she released her first video, "Polyester Passion", but there weren't commercial video shows to air it on TV in Canada yet. The first airplay was on CFMT's 'The All Nite Show' that year.
"Boob Tube" and "Painless" videos and recordings followed and received significant airplay/showings on the newly launched MuchMusic. The top notch production landed her a deal with Quality Records. In 1985 she was invited by the Canadian Embassy and Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in Japan to have the "Boob Tube" video included among 20 works for a Canadian video mosaic exhibition. Unfortunately, they made her pay for the trip!
The "No Pleasure" video was nominated for Best Video in the 1985 CFNY-FM 'U-Know Awards'.
In recent years Everything moved from in front of the film and video cameras to behind them as a television producer/writer. She won several science writer's awards, and went on to produce and write the second season of Discovery Channel Canada's Kids@discovery. The theme and some of the background music is hers.
Her recent project is a book that's an all ages fun science quiz text called 'What Does The Moon Smell Like?'.
with notes from Eva Everything
Piece Of Cake: Soundtrack [7"]
No Pleasure/Painless [12"] (Quality)
Eva Everything: Soundtracks [cassette]
Eva Everything: Greatest Hits [cassette]
The Right Thing
Piece Of Cake
Eva Everything: Compilation Video (Limited Edition)
POP TART CULTURE - Solo Photographic Exhibit, The Paper Door
CANADIAN VIDEO MOSAIC - Video showcase toured art museums in Japan.
NOW PHOTOGRAPHERS - Group Show, Idee Gallery
SOUND IMAGES - Harbourfront, Toronto
$, ART & EVERYTHING - a multiple-media installation/performance art piece
"Piece Of Cake" (1990 version) on 'A Canadian Alternative'
"Of The Night Bodies" on 'Warrior Music Compilation'
Eva Everything's Brain Cafe
Eva Everything's Video Channel
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