Vital integration of disability culture through public art
Intangible Adorations Caravan Poster Art by Lisa Anita Wegner is the link to the video. A purple and acid bottle green striped carnival style poster with stars in the corners includes a photo of a performer dressed as the Ubermarionette wearing a morph suit, which covers all visible skin. They wear a round golden headpiece reminiscent of a religious figure. There are logos of some of the granting bodies along the bottom of the image.
An ocean of appreciation to our anonymous patrons
Haus of Dada is on stolen land.
We operate on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, and the Wendat. Canada is home to many diverse First Nations, Inuk and Métis.
Mighty Brave Productions acknowledges the land because growing up as immigrants, we never heard nor used traditional names of the territories or people. Indigenous folx were talked about in the past tense as were their struggles. It is easier for Canada to deny Indigenous rights if we historicize their struggles and pretend they don’t exist. It is important to remember we live and work on stolen land.