Visit LOMAA’s Instagram page from Monday, October 5 to Saturday, October 10, 2020 for a takeover by Jenelle Rouse. Rouse will also be giving an Instagram Live artist presentation with ASL Interpretation on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 11 a.m. ET.
Jenelle Rouse is a Black Deaf contemporary visual body-movement artist. She explores and experiments with different mediums to share stories without any reliance on words. In addition to her other career as a bilingual (American Sign Language and English) educator with a PhD in Applied Linguistics (Education), Rouse has been involved in a variety of Ontario arts-related sectors (e.g., Tangled Arts, Centre, VibraFusionLab, Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf’s Deaf Culture Centre, Bodies in Translation, and more), including overseeing her project, Multi-Lens. Since 2010, she has performed various shows such as Talking Movement; Withered Tree; Perceptions II; Home: Body; Crossings; Hear, Feel, See, What! and Proud.