2017 Participation Overview

 

Virtual(ity)

July 15- August 31 with digital exhibit and panels

www.looseleafmagazine.ca/virtuality

 "Deaf, What" in film participation by Sage Willow and Alice Lo

"Deaf, What" in film participation by Sage Willow and Alice Lo


  Reading: Meatcats Writers and Collective members in Urban Ink Production    Photo:  Tetsuro Shigematsu

Reading: Meatcats Writers and Collective members in Urban Ink Production

Photo: Tetsuro Shigematsu

Urban Ink Production

I am much gratitude to be part of Urban Ink Production during 2016-2017 as a Collective members. There is a total of 11 of us.  Went into 6 creative intensive and informative workshops curated and facilitate by Reneltta Arluk and Jordan Chin. And lastly, participating Reading for Meatcats. 

HOME:BODY

HOME: BODY Tangled Art + Disability (2017)

  Performance shot: "Everyone Together now" collaboration with Jenna Mazur and Jessica Leung in PuSh Youth Assembly Feb 7th    Photo: Tim Matheson

Performance shot: "Everyone Together now" collaboration with Jenna Mazur and Jessica Leung in PuSh Youth Assembly Feb 7th

Photo: Tim Matheson

PuSh Youth Academy

A bi weekly basis meet during the December, January and February of the Push Festival I have join and learning the scenes of what performance arts world is like. As a Deaf youth person, it is honor to be in that space and given opportunity to collectively discuss and as well as getting to connections. 

 

 

THE FIRST TIME

[image description: A illustration of a person eyes closed up and down in angles in black and white with mouth gap open splatter verbally with swirls and twist anguish with head shaking "no" hand and head motioning back and forth, side ways left and right.]

Submission to Re:Asian

 

Includes poem written

https://www.reasian.com/writing/the-first-time

Parallel Tracks

A five day + webinars session in online and Toronto, ON experiencing a space curating and bring facilitation and knowledge skill practice for IBPOC (Indigenous, Black, People of colour) focusing on inclusive bridge the discussion on arts community based and social justice implementation. 

http://paralleltracks.ca/cohort2017

Zine Award 2017: the best political zine

  "These pills don't come in my skin tone" curated by Samuel Bassam Halévy

"These pills don't come in my skin tone" curated by Samuel Bassam Halévy