Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba

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Poster Description: Poster for Make/Do. The poster has AANM’s logo in the top left corner “underneath on the left wide of the poster is the following text in black and blue lettering: September 24-October, 9 2021, MAKE/DO, Make/Do refers both to the artist way of life, and to the balancing of gifts and struggles that living with differences entails. This exhibition is the culmination of a year’s work by eight participating artists who are deaf/Deaf or have disabilities, in Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba’s (AANM) Visual Art Salon mentorship program facilitated by Yvette Cenerini. The program provided a forum for group discussion and critique, and one-on-one career skill-building and resource-sharing throughout the Salon. AANM’s Art Salons was made possible with funding from the Manitoba Arts Council.” In the right corner of the poster is a painting which shows two images. The first image of the left is the torso and legs on a man wearing a dark shirt and beige pants against a white background. The image on the right is a close up of a man’s leg and foot. He is wearing blue jeans and work boots. to the left of the painting is a red triangle. Below the painting is a blue box with the follow text in white “Artwork by Sacha Kopelow, In person at La Maision:101-219 Provencher Blvd. Online at presented in partnership with”. Next to the last line is La Maison’s logo


  The Artists and Their Artwork Candace Lipischak BIO:  Candace Lipischak is a multidisciplinary Franco-Métis-Polish artist from Manitoba. Self-taught, their work may be connected to….

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