Engaging with people who aren't traditionally engaged with in art can be so freeing and beautiful, because we can connect with people on a level that some of these groups of people may never have experienced. So many people think art isn't for them, because it hasn't been. Let's make some for them!
What does it mean to not be able to pass through these mapped spaces anymore? Why does a map exist if you can’t use it?
https://youtu.be/e66C1NZibDA?t=2763 Hello! I am Mike, and I call myself [...]
Welcome to Today. It is some time in April and it has happened before and it will happen again. The moon goes in cycles and so goes my story.
I am a Canadian-born artist of Mi'Kmaq Indigenous descent from [...]
Living rurally comes with its own set of barriers. So how do you navigate that as a practicing or emerging artist?
This realization got me thinking about how steeped in colonialism I am. It’s hard because I have to acknowledge that the bias, racist attitudes and behaviour engrained in western society have influenced me. I like to think I’m free of racism but it isn’t possible, having been raised in colonialism, and anti-racist isn’t a label I can just slap on myself after I think I’ve done the work.
Memories are fragile things. The beginning of the story reveals [...]
‘Breaking the Mold’ is a discussion-based workshop for artists of [...]