SAD Mag is an independent Vancouver publication featuring stories, art, and design. Founded in 2009, we publish contemporary and emerging artists AND WRITERS with a focus on inclusivity of voices and views.
If you follow Carole Méthot on Instagram, have worked with her on set, or met her IRL, you probably recognize her unique and subversive style, which has gained her recognition in both Vancouver and Montreal.
“The next time someone shares something with you regarding whatever isbeyond us, think on it, be aware of it, and when a feeling hits you in response to it, ask yourself what it is. Be present with it.”
“There is something moody about Blue Fog Whistle, but still in good humour. You could consider blue to be the colour of melancholy, loneliness, or cold feeling; you could also consider it to be the colour of quietude, calm, and emotional depth. Whichever mood strikes you, I suppose!”
“Any time you’re talking about sex work, there are always going to be people who have eyebrows raised. Knowing there were filmmakers out there, specifically Indigenous filmmakers, who were taking these risks, I was like, there’s no reason why I shouldn’t at least try to do this.”
“In the past three or four years, talking to Buffy Sainte-Marie and really digging very intensely into her discography and songbook has led me to just letting that be a sort of invitation—not for me in particular, but an invitation to think about my place in all of it.”
Since 2016, The Future is You and Me has been providing young women of colour with support, mentorship, and networking opportunities, giving them the tools to take leadership positions in creative and arts organizations. Sound right up your alley? The Future is You and Me is currently seeking applicants for its 2019 cohort - get all the application info here!
It’s time to introduce the newest issue of SAD! This one is dedicated to all things GREEN and we are celebrating with a viridescent evening of drinks, music, and magazines. The launch will double as an art show featuring the work of SAD artists featured in the issue.