Woman World: A vision of the world without men

Woman World: A vision of the world without men

“Woman World started on Instagram as a biweekly comic for my close friends. I posted the first comic on International Woman’s Day in 2017, and used the hashtag to add to its discovery to a larger audience. As I kept updating biweekly, more and more friends would tag other friends and I had a slow and steady audience growth resulting eventually in what it is nowa printed book!”

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Call for Applications: The Future is You and Me

Call for Applications: The Future is You and Me

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!

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Meet September's Featured Artist: Sarah Davidson!

Meet September's Featured Artist: Sarah Davidson!

Sarah Davidson works between drawing and painting to investigate the interconnected organisms of the natural world. She holds a BFA from Emily Carr, and is currently earning an MFA from the University of Guelph.

Web Editor Sarah chatted with Sarah Davidson about the conversation between science and art, plant cognition, and some killer book recommendations. Enjoy!

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Meet August's Featured Artist: Aaron Read!

Meet August's Featured Artist: Aaron Read!

Once the dog stops howling I notice the ants. They’re climbing up my legs, across my stomach and into the styrofoam container holding my burrito. I would later inadvertently transport at least a dozen of the busy creatures into my apartment. But in that moment, reclining on a hill of brown, scratchy grass, the sun trust-falling slowly backwards into the arms of the far side of earth as Aaron Read and I pour various hot sauces onto our dinners—I don’t mind.

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Julia Feyrer's Background Actors at Catriona Jeffries

Julia Feyrer's Background Actors at Catriona Jeffries

Julia Feyrer’s exhibition Background Actors at Catriona Jeffries Gallery explores the theme of human consciousness. Her work weaves our five senses and asks us to consider alternate modes of perception. In Background Actors, there is more than meets the eye, as the viewer is challenged to consider what lies beyond. The viewer is offered an opportunity to become a participant, and in turn, becomes a background actor themselves.

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Review: Nicolas Sassoon’s ‘Index Avenue Skylight’ at Wil Aballe Art Projects

Review: Nicolas Sassoon’s ‘Index Avenue Skylight’ at Wil Aballe Art Projects

The underground art scene, where so much of the hard work of creative production takes place, can seem strangely disconnected from the white-cube world of fine art. Nicolas Sassoon’s new show at Wil Aballe Art Projects, ‘Index Avenue Skylight’, brings these two halves of the art world together.

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