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Deaf Performance: Saturday April 9, 2016

Deaf Performance
April 9, 2016
8:00 pm to 10:00 pm
At the Irish Club, 654 Erin St

If you don't have any plans on April 9th, come and watch a Deaf performance. It will be fun night! Any donations for the silent auction will be much appreciated!

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Exciting to Announce

We are very pleased and excited that Nurturing Deaf Arts - Deaf Arts Manitoba Weekend is happening! Mark your calendar for the weekend of April 8-10, 2016! Open to all Canadian Deaf Artists. Deadline is March 1, 2016. There are limited space in the workshops, so apply early to reserve your spot! You can use the forms below this announcement to register on-line or print out and mail to the address on the forms.


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Nurturing Deaf Arts!

We are very pleased and excited that Nurturing Deaf Arts - Deaf Arts Manitoba Weekend is happening! Mark your calendar for the weekend of April 8-10, 2016! Open to all Canadian Deaf Artists. Deadline is March 1, 2016. There are limited space in the workshops, so apply early to reserve your spot! You can use the forms below this announcement to register on-line or print out and mail to the address on the forms.

 

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De'Via Workshop

Good Day!

We are really pleased to announce this exciting event that is being hosted by Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf (MCSD) and Manitoba School for the Deaf (MSD). The presentation is about De’Via Art (Deaf View Image Art). 

Please join us with presenter Joanne Cripps, Executive Director and Co-­Founder of the DEAF CULTURE CENTRE and learn more about this vibrant art!  Mark down May 20, 2015 for 7:00-9:00 pm as the special date to come! The event is being held at the Manitoba School for the Deaf in the Multi-Purpose room.

If you have received this twice, my apologies.

Best,

Alice Crawford

Project Director

MCSD

Hello everyone,

 

The MCSD held two De’Via workshops, one on May XX for the Deaf community and the other on May XX for the MSD students. It was a good workshop with the opportunity to learn about De’Via.  We would like to thank Joanna Cripps (Executive Director of the Deaf Culture Centre) for coming to Winnipeg and presenting about De’Via to the Deaf Community and to our MSD students. 

Photo credit by Alice Crawford

Photo credit by Alice Crawford

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