Mukha: Faces of Young Filipinos in Winnipeg

Mukha: Faces of Young Filipinos in Winnipeg is the debut photography exhibit of Arianne Angela Solis. This exhibit will showcase portraits of young Filipinos (Filipino-Canadians) who live in Winnipeg.

Mukha runs for two weeks starting in April 8 and will have its last day on April 21. Exhibit hours are Monday to Friday, 12:30PM-4:30PM. The installation will be held at The Edge Artist Village at 611 Main Street. The exhibit will have its opening night on April 8, 2011 at 7:00 in the evening.

Admission throughout the exhibit’s run is open to all and is free of charge.

Arianne Angela Solis photographs young Filipinos while exploring the question, “Where are the young Filipino people in this city and where do they stand?” Through a series of photos and first-hand stories, she delves into their lives in Winnipeg as both young immigrants and first-generation Filipino-Canadians. She uses film for its rawness to depict and capture the faces of her subjects. Arianne’s photography aims to turn people’s attention towards education and immigration; at the same time it serves as a bridge to understand the definition of her existence in a place that is, up to now, both familiar and foreign to her.

Gallery | Opening Night | Maples Collegiate Field Trip

Mukha: An interview with photographer Arianne Angela Solis