ARTS & DISABILITY
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arts in Manitoba
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Alice Crawford's first Solo Art Show, "Wild Type!", showcasing unique typography art in different media.
September 5, 2014
7:30 to 9:30 pm
169 Lilac Street, Winnipeg, MB
Show runs until September 17, 2014
ASL and wheelchair accessibility. Reception is free and open to the public
Marie LeBlanc at the
Flash Photographic Festival
Photo by Marie LeBlanc
Photographer, Marie LeBlanc, will be showcasing her work at the Balance Alterative Health Clinic as part of the Flash Photographic Festival.
Opening Reception & Meet the Artist
12 pm - 3 pm
Balance Alterative Health Clinic
105-88 Sherbrook St.
Due to severe allergies, please be fragrant free for the event.
Debbie Patterson Nominated for The Siminovitch Prize for Theatrical Arts
Arts & Disability Network Manitoba is thrilled to nominate Debbie Patterson for the 2014 Siminovitch Prize.
The Siminovitch Prize shines a spotlight on excellence and innovation in Canadian Theatre with an annual prize worth $100,000. This year’s prize goes to a playwright recognized as a leader in theatre and whose work is transformative and influential.
Patterson has shown herself unequaled with her powerful and unique work in Canada. As a playwright, Patterson gives voice to those who feel isolated, stigmatized, and those who can’t socially engage. Lately, Patterson has found much of her inspiration from her disability, which distinguishes her particular skills from that of her peers. Patterson has all of the experience one would expect of the winner of the Siminovitch award for Playwrights. But she has something others don’t – the insight and ability to show the world what others don’t perceive, and what the audience wants to learn about.
...But Is It Art?
ADNM Board Member, Harry Paine and Chairperson, Susan Lamberd explore the meaning of Disability Art and the power that lies within the growing culture.
Community News Commons
The Manitoba's Writer's Guild announces its Disability Project Writer-in-Residence, Kate Grisim.
As the MWG Disability Project’s first Writer-in-residence, Kate Grisim will be in the Manitoba Writers’ Guild offices working with writers who would like some general editing, commenting, or critiquing of their original work. Kate can offer advice for those looking for places to get their work published. Kate will also be organizing and putting on at least one workshop at the end of her position, highlighting her work as well as anyone who has sought her help.
Kate has her Bachelor of Arts in English in the Creative Writing stream from the University of Winnipeg, which she graduated from in 2009. She has currently just completed her first year of an interdisciplinary Masters program in disability studies at the University of Manitoba.
Kate’s blog - My Little Crippled Heart