How else would I have made my way as an artist but to stumble into it and keep pushing forward when I didn’t see the way paved out ahead of me? When you don’t see yourself represented or there is active hostility to your presence within these spaces, you are forced out of necessity to carve out your own way.
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Arts administration is your useful companion rather than a burdensome task list. It helps you build personal systems that balance between creating the work and getting it out to the world. Here is how to get started on being a pro at arts admin.
In this essay, Daysha Loppie weaves together journalistic research and community responses to propose ways in which we can work to keep our arts community safer from gender-based sexual violence.
It's time we talked about sexual violence in the arts community. In the first instalment of a two-part series, I share my experience as a young racialised survivor navigating the Toronto arts scene. Hopefully, my experiences can spark discourse and push you to think about what we need to do in order to increase safety in our community.
When you are an emerging or even mid-career artist, putting together the required CV, artist statement, biography, and portfolio for many applications can be a daunting task. Here are some tips for making it easier.