This has led to given individuals in certain time periods carrying multiple surnames over a lifetime by choice or by usage on Westernized documents.
I face fears head on and I'm a problem solver not a problem maker.
I love to sing and set myself free from everyday stresses and just let it be.
In February, Winnipeg’s Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened “Sight Unseen,” the first major exhibition of work by international blind photographers, which has been touring global venues—but until now, missed Canada.
(The CMHR’s program of related events includes a talk by Winnipeg’s own Tara Miller, a legally blind commercial photographer.) This month, in March, the disability arts festival Tangled London kicks off at the Vibra Fusion Lab with an exhibition of work by Barbara Greene Mann on the 3rd, Kick Start Disability Arts and Culture in Vancouver holds a Disability Arts Salon on the 13th at Renfrew Park Community Centre, and Winnipeg’s Martha Street Studio holds a panel on Disability Curating on the 19th in association with its concurrent exhibition of work by disabled artists.
Here are seven points that stood out during our conversation.