DATE: November 19th, 2010
TIME: 12:00 PM-1:00PM
LOCATION: Room 050 in Riddel Centre
mispon proudly welcomes Aleyna May to the mispon festival this year and are exciting to hear her artist talk on the topic of “Aboriginal Minds and Movements.” This event will be as insightful as it will be entertaining. This is a great time to come and meet this young and talented filmmaker. Please come join us and bring your lunch, as is tradition in the Art for Lunch atmosphere.
Aleyna May is a Cree/Métis artist based in Saskatoon, Canada. Aleyna is a multi-disciplinary artist, who’s main focus is truth and positive insight on real and everyday issues. Aleyna is currently working as an outreach coordinator at an artist run centre in Saskatoon. Some of her video works have been screened across Canada. For her artist talk she will be showing exerpts of her videos.
Aleyna is deeply involved with grass roots movements and organizations, she volunteers often and travels to teach youth media arts skills across the province.
Thanks to Nora Gardner and Leesa Streifler from Fine Arts Department of the University of Regina for arranging this event.