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“Stories & Film” with Amanda Strong & Steven Paul Judd

  • Rm 117 College West 3737 Wascana Parkway Regina, SK, S4S Canada (map)

This is a FREE event presented in partnership with the University of Regina Aboriginal Students Centre. Special thanks to the University of Regina Office of Inidigenization.

*** CORRECTION *** Location is in Rm 117 in College West. Parking is not free, available in Lot 2 or meter parking.

Amanda Strong

Amanda Strong is an Indigenous (Michif) filmmaker, media artist and stop motion artist currently based in unceded Coast Salish territory, also known as Vancouver. She studied photography and illustration at Sheridan Institute and extended those mediums into creations in media arts. Amanda’s work looks into lndigenous lineage, language and unconventional methods of story-telling. Each film is a collaborative process with a multi-layered approach to aspects animation and the sonic spectrum. Her films have screened across the globe, most notably at Cannes, TIFF, VIFF, and Ottawa International Animation Festival. 

Steven Paul Judd

Steven Paul Judd is a Native American (Kiowa-Choctaw) artist. He creates art that makes you laugh, makes you think and makes you feel pride. All of his t-shirt designs are very limited and usually sell out in less than 24 hours. If you want to get your hands on one of the limited tees, stickers and/or prints, join our release date list below to be notified when a preorder drops. "DIG IT IF YOU CAN" - Video by Kyle Bell.