Ashley Duong is a Montreal-based filmmaker and multimedia storyteller. Her most recent projects include Land and Legends, an interactive journey into a legendary river valley in Borneo, and A Time To Swim, a feature documentary.
Latest from Ashley Duong
Where the (he)art is: For this PEI artist, it took coming home to find her true calling
Megan Stewart had to get some distance to find out that she could create the art scene she was looking for — at home.
This slightly goth procession is a Charlottetown celebration of crows, whether you love or hate them
Charlottetown's crow infestation is a local controversy — but an annual parade honouring the feathered interlopers allows everybody to let off some steam.
What happens when all the whales are gone? This PEI pageant conjures a more optimistic future
The community of New Glasgow comes together in this piece of outdoor community theatre.
How to make stunning insect sculptures by foraging in your own yard
Raku Inoue has gotten famous on Instagram by making these fantastical insectile creatures, all formed from petals, leaves and twigs.
Feel like saving the world today? Here's how to create your own superhero
In a few easy steps, you can make a superhero to fight the world's evils. Let Robert Girolami of Spectrum Productions show you how!
Meet Jordan Astles — high school student by day, stop-motion superhero creator by night
Being a student on the autism spectrum hasn't always been easy for Astles, but through his superhero Jornova, he's finding his own artistic superpowers.
Scott Benesiinaabandan wants you to feel the sound of the Anishinaabe language
Would you recognize Anishinaabe if you overheard it being spoken on the bus?
When city life gets too demanding, this artist meditates...by turning flowers into insects
Meet Montreal's Raku Inoue, whose floral art practice went viral — and taught him that sometimes work gets better when you're not aiming for success.
Edible art: How to make tiny bunnies that are literal eye candy
Just in time for Easter, Lin Geng of CandyLabs Montreal shows you how to make hundreds of tiny bunny candies.