Thanks to Deaf Women of Color (DWC), an organization in Washington D.C for picking me as one of DWC's Overlooked Gems for March 2018 (Women's History Month). They asked me to make a video with subtitles, which is now available on DWC's Facebook page.
On April 5 (Thursday), I will give a talk to college students about my works as a Deaf filmmaker (open to the public).
On April 6 (Friday), I will give a free workshop to deaf artists about brand awareness.
Lastly, on April 7 (Saturday), I will perform at the deaf festival! Please see the flyers below.
I am grateful and blessed to announce that I was shortlisted for 2018 British Muslim Awards. It's a honor to be nominated alongside other great Muslims doing excellent work to contribute to Britian's society and culture for everyone, Muslim and non-Muslim.
Ultimately, I did not win, but I wish a hearty congratulations to Islamic GPS for winning. Thank you to all for existing and for doing good work!
I've been booked to perform Allah Earth: The Cycle of Life at Deaf Visual Arts Festival! I will perform at Florissant Valley Community College on behalf of Deaf, Inc and St. Louis Community College. You can check this website at a later time for venue and showtime information! I look forward to seeing some of you there!
Thanks to everyone in Tucson for coming out to see me perform my show Allah Earth: The Cycle of Life at Exploded View for Tucson Fringe Theatre Festival. I got to meet fantastic people and I've made new friends, too. I also raised money from my performance for International Rescue Committee for their tireless work with refugees in Tucson.
I also got a chance to speak with deaf teenagers at Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind, sharing information with them about my works as a filmmaker, performer and playwright. It was a great talk and I feel fortunate to share some invaluable advice with them.
I look forward to performing Allah Earth: The Cycle of Life again for new audiences in some other places in the coming months. Here are some photos below.
I will perform at DEAFinitions Conference 2018 at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA on March 24-25, 2018. My show will be free and open to all. I am very excited to meet new people at the conference and I look forward to sharing my art with the audience.
More details about showtime and venue will be posted when I get information.
I hope to see you there.
I am coming to Tucson, Arizona to perform at Tucson Fringe Festival on January 12-14, 2018. I will give one performance only. I will update my website with more information about showtime and venue when the details have been finalized. It will be my first time performing again in 2 years since I lost my spouse who walked on in a car accident. I am ready to perform again...
I hope to see some of you there.
I have successfully completed a short poetry video for Elephant's Footprint, an UK poetry organization. The video, Wild Whispers: New Mexico, was made possible with funding from the Arts Council of England. I performed an Afrikaans poem translated to English, American Sign Language and Navajo. I shot, directed and edited the short film, with Navajo voice-over by a Native American translator and music by Ronald Roybal, a Pueblo Indian musician from Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The video will be released and shown at various festivals all around the UK and Europe starting in the spring of 2018.
A short trailer will be out soon.
I interviewed a well-known UFO researcher, lecturer and writer, Grant Cameron, for Fresh Pulp Magazine.
Sabina England interviews Grant Cameron, UFO Researcher (Fresh Pulp Mag)
We chatted about his new book coming out soon and we discussed a few topics including top-secret technology, government disclosure, and the 1947 Roswell crash. I found it a very refreshing conversation. I plan to interview a few more ufologists and researchers, so be sure to check back Fresh Pulp Magazine and stay tuned.