2022 Research Series: Endnote Roundtable Discussion
Young Lungs Dance Excahange is excited to present the 2022 Research Series! Join us as Chiamaka Barbara Ukwuegbu and David Oro present their written and visual essays as a response to the 2022 Artists-In-Residence.
Sunday, April 10, 2022
2:00 – 4:00 pm
At The Output, 100 Arthur St, 2nd floor
This is a FREE event
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Event will be held in-person. Masks are mandatory, and space will be limited.
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Chiamaka Barbara Ukwuegbu (She/Her) is a storyteller of Nigerian descent who resides on Treaty 1 Territory & The Homeland of the Metis Nation. Her writing work includes opinion pieces, book reviews, short stories, essays, and poetry which she reluctantly shares on her blog and her Instagram page. For her, storytelling means returning home to her body, holding on to joy, unlearning silence, and giving herself permission to own her voice.
David Oro is the Co-Founder & Art Director of U N I Together Productions and Founder & Creative Director of studiosarisari, a visual development studio for books, film, video games, and digital media. David has 25+ years of expertise in illustration, conceptual design, storyboarding and motion & graphic design. Born in Manilla, now based in Winnipeg, he has worked with Electric Monk Media and Complex Games to create work which can be found on Games workshop, SONY, Disney, CBC, Bell MTS and Shaw Media. Most recently, he storyboarded for an episode of Tales from the Loop, from Amazon prime directed by Jodie Foster.
Young Lungs Dance Exchange’s Research Series is generously supported by Manitoba Arts Council and Winnipeg Arts Council.