Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba is a regional not-for-profit artist run charitable organization dedicated to the full inclusion of artists and audiences with disabilities into all facets of the arts community.
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Micro grant winner spotlight: Hailley rhoda
Hailley Rhoda, a recipient of AANM’s Micro Grants, recently performed with Sick & Twisted in Cripplepalooza!
Hailley Rhoda is a theatre artist who focuses largely on puppetry and storytelling. Rhoda has a Bachelor of Arts Honours in acting from the University of Winnipeg, and has worked independently as well as with local theatre companies such as Sick+ Twisted and Sarasvati productions. Rhoda’s independent work is performed under the company name Chronically Ch(ill) Productions.
Currently Rhoda is writing, designing and preforming a piece about her disabilities called “the symptom circus”. It will be using the structure of a circus and fairground to showcase different aspects of living with a disability and the strange beauty that accompanies it. Several styles of puppets will be used to give physical form to symptoms. To view Rhoda’s performance of the symptom circus at Cripplepalooza click the button below:
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AANM is in a multi-level building with a ramp on the east side of the building. We offer accessible washrooms. ASL is provided upon request, with one week notice. We request that all staff and members refrain from wearing scented products out of respect for those with sensitivities. Service animals are welcome (pets are not.)
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