Manitoba Opera: Panel Discussion: Cultural Appropriation And The Arts, November 2

Thursday, November 2 | 7pm (Doors Open At 6:30pm)

Canadian Museum for Human Rights | Classroom | 85 Israel Asper Way

Panelists Include: Hiromi Omura, soprano singing title role of Manitoba Opera's Madama Butterfly; Dr. Paul DePasqule, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Winnipeg; Jaimie Isaac, Curator, Indigenous and Contemporary Art, Winnipeg Art Gallery.

This discussion will explore topics including the difference between cultural appreciation and
appropriation, who has the right to tell whose stories, and breaking through racial stereotypes in the arts.

Additional panelist and moderator TBA.

EVENT IS FREE OF CHARGE (Registration is required)

TO REGISTER 204-942-7470 | ldymond@manitobaopera.mb.ca | Register Online