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Golden Hour: Mighty Brave

Photo of Emma Riddihough by Deion Squires

Golden Hour: Mighty Brave

Golden Hour Episode 4: Mighty Brave takes you through the experiences of three young artists as they coped with the effects of the pandemic.

Lisa Pijuan-Nomura’s Gallery space called Studio Beulah, is the home of the Mighty Brave art collective. The collective was started in response to Lisa’s young son Max, who began making portraits of artists and celebrities at a young age and whose work was selling consistently. This project was to give Max a community of similarly aged artists and to teach them about putting their art into the world.

Date & Time

March 21 @ 12:00 pm 11:59 pm EDT


Closed Captioning

Event Supporters

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts

Logo for the Canada Council for the Arts. The words Canada Council for the Arts are displayed in black sans-serif letters, with the french translation appearing on the right-hand side. An illustrated logo of a stylized tree with a circle surrounding the trunk is displayed on the left-hand side.


Lisa Pijuan-Nomura, Luminato Artist In Residence
Max Pijuan-Nomura, Artist
Emma Riddihough, Artist
Sonny Duan, Artist

Production & Crew

Dian Marie Bridge, Creative Director
Mia Ines Rivera, Director/Editor
Ethan Ines Rivera, Assistant Editor
Sarah Ruest, Supervising Producer
Danny Simpson, Line Producer
Naomi Cabral, Production Coordinator
Jack Peros, Director of Photography
Alice Do, 1st Assistant Camera
Hala Hunny, Key Grip
Ivan Karaulov, Gaffer
Sydney Sumandl, Sound Operator/Audio Engineer
Abigail Chevalier, Production Designer
Veronica Hampson, Set Decorator
Chantal Le, BTS Videographer
Deion Squires Rouse, BTS Photographer
Melany Ruiz, Production Assistant
Dani Casciano, Production Assistant
Saem, Colourist
Chanelle Maon, Titles

Golden Hour is an artist-curated program dedicated to the magic that occurs between people, ideas, and forms of expression. Presented digitally throughout the year, for both local audiences and those around the globe, Golden Hour weaves together the art, dance, music, and stories that reveal the creative heart of Canada.

Golden Hour logo in red, orange and yellow font. The upper left of the text has an illustrated white sun encircled by red, orange and yellow colours around it.