Meg Ohsada is a multidisciplinary artist from Canmore Alberta, who pours passion and feelings into her art to stir up inspiration in all who see it. Meg is passionate in advocating for an inclusive culture and helping others see that the world can be a better place when we share love, beauty, encouragement and kindness to those around us.
Meg started dipping her hand into the art world at a young age being surrounded by the beauty of the mountains and her Japanese family. Meg’s love of performing arts has allowed her to tell a story with every movement and emotion where words have sometimes failed her. Meg is trained in classical ballet, jazz, contemporary, lyrical as well as hip hop. Meg has danced at various competitions and in non-profit projects from Canada, USA and all the way to Austria.
Meg is an active member of the National accessArts Centre in Calgary, Alberta. Meg enjoys the guidance and inspiration of the facilitators and other artists which have helped her discover who she is more as an artist. Meg has tried her hand at a variety of art outlets such as ceramics, textiles, drawing along with a variety of painting forms with a great love for abstract expression. Meg takes every opportunity to take part in a variety of workshops to expand her artistic style as she continues her journey.
Meg competes nationally and internationally in figure skating and rhythmic gymnastics with Special Olympics. She also enjoys modeling.
My biggest hope is to encourage others to reach for the stars. My life motto is always dream and never give up. I believe that we can overcome every roadblock, and art is a powerful tool to achieve it.
What the world sees as weakness or different can be your biggest asset.
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