• Site-Sight-Cite is an Ottawa based collaborative art group whose membership changes according to the project being explored. Artists working in visual art, media arts, new technology, architecture, writing, cultural theory and time based...
  • The Flators is the Montreal performance duo created by Suzanne Dery and Anthony Burnham in 1995. Both artists received a BFA from Concordia University in 1997. They have performed at group exhibitions, festivals and installations in and...
  • uniform is a design studio established by Patrick Pellerin in 2001 and which Éric Dubois joined in 2004. The agency works in project creation in the area of visual arts, architecture, music, television and cinema. Please visit this website...
  • RJ (they/them) aka Roland is Saulteaux–Cree, originally from Saskatchewan and is currently living on Algonquin Territory. They are a Two Spirit, Non-Binary and Queer multimedia artist, storyteller, facilitator and educator in the topics of...
  • Andi (she/they) is a queer Ilocano Filipinx artist and community health worker based on Algonquin Territory. In their interdisciplinary practice they work with photos and textiles for print and installation. Their work revolves around...
  • Odawa-Osage, 2009
    Barry Ace – Anishinaabe (Odawa), is a practicing visual artist and currently lives in Ottawa, Canada. His mixed media paintings an assemblage textile works explore various aspects of cultural continuity and the confluence of the historical...
  • Howard holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Indigenous Studies from Trent University, and a Master Of Arts Degree in Canadian Studies from Carleton University. He is an award winning writer, and an artist that has worked in diverse mediums,...
  • Adornato was born in Montreal, Quebec, to Italian/French immigrants. He spent much of his childhood in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia before his family settled in Ottawa, Canada. In 2001, he received his Fine Arts degree from NSCAD University in...
  • WILL AITKEN is a Montreal novelist and journalist. His novels include Realia (Random House Canada, 2000), A Visit Home (Simon & Schuster, 1993) and Terre Haute (Double day, 1989). As a writer/broadcaster covering film, visual arts,...
  • Donna Akrey teaches at Brock University. She is part of the(F)NOR collective, Hamilton Perambulatory Unit, and Zula Presents Music and Arts Collective Hamilton, and co-founder of Hamilton Zineposium. She has been making things with stuff...

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