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Making Our Mark III

We want to CONGRATULATE the MoM program mentees:

Miranda Kudajczyk, Michelle Pichette, Andrea von Wichert and Hildi Janzen.

Making Our Mark III Group Show Coming this November!

WHERE: Martha Street Studio with artists Miranda Kudajczyk, Michelle Pichette, Andrea von Wichert
Exhibition dates: November 2 – December 1, 2018
Opening reception: Friday, November 2, 5 – 8 pm
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – 5 pm, Saturday 12 – 5 pm

Making Our Mark III is a printmaking and professional development mentorship program offered
by Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba and Martha Street Studio, funded by the Winnipeg Foundation. Making Our Mark III will provide 4 mid-career, professionally identified, local artists with disabilities the opportunity to explore the art of printmaking and professional art career practices.

Since 2013, Making Our Mark has supported the full inclusion of artists with disabilities within the contemporary arts stream through mentorship, discussions and skills development, identified by the artists themselves. 4 selected participants will receive group technical training in several printmaking methods and be provided with individual professional development mentorships.

Martha Street Studio is a fully accessible and inviting creative space. An accessible entryway, wash- rooms and centrally located wheelchair lift make it an accessible and welcoming space for this city’s talented community of artists with disabilities.

Making Our Mark is open to members of Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba. Membership is free to self-identified artists with disabilities. Please contact them for membership information or

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