If you are in or near Jasper, Alberta anytime between February 29 and March 7, please check out Marie LeBlanc’s Endangered Human presentation at Jasper Community Habitat for the Arts. I have seen some of it, and it’s very powerful.
Jasper exhibit raises awareness for rare disease
Marie LeBlanc’s website: https://www.marieleblanc.net/
Marie LeBlanc’s art show will be on display at Habitat for the Arts from February 19 to March 7 daily from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Please go if you can.
Also, if you are able, please support her efforts to have this presentation shown
elsewhere, to as many people as possible.
Keep this in mind too please:
From the Canadian Human Rights Commission’s new “Environmental sensitivity and scent-free policies”
“People who have allergies or sensitivity to certain products may have a bad reaction to a much lower level of chemicals, perfumes or environmental triggers than the average person.
Their reaction is a medical condition. It is a recognized disability. People with allergies or environmental sensitivity are entitled to protection from its cause.”
Air on the Side of Caution
Hosted by Arts AccessAbility Network Manitoba and Marie LeBlanc Artist/Advocate
AANM is proud to present our first Online Exhibition!
“Air on the Side of Caution” is an exhibition by Marie LeBlanc artist and advocate.
LeBlanc states, ” “Air on the Side of Caution” examines both my experiences with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS) and air pollution. As a person with MCS I experience a life of fight or flight in a world of chemicals and pollution. Cautiously choosing a safe environment I often find it is hard to find a place that is free from toxins. I am living with an inconvenient disability in a modern world”.
On May 1st, 2020 Marie LeBlanc’s Exhibition, Air on the Side of Caution will be available to view in full on AANM’s website (aanm.ca) and we will be posting one image from the show everyday on this event page
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