The world of blogging can be a wonderful place. Case in point: you connect with an awesome feminist artist who runs a blog named Cervixosaurus. It can’t get much better than that, can it? Read my interview with the Australian artist Louise Upshall to find out!
Chances are, you’ve seen Kirsten McCrea’s artwork at some point – whether it was when you were flipping through alternative weeklies like Eye Weekly (Toronto), Vue Weekly (Edmonton), or The Mirror (Montreal), or when you were visiting the Threadless website.
¡Somos latinas! est une vidéo artistique réalisée par les participantes du programme l’art d’être une fille du Centre d’aide aux familles latino-américaines (CAFLA) en collaboration avec la Fondation filles d’action dans le cadre du projet Filles et égalité: Une valeur ajoutée.
ArtReach Toronto and Manifesto, in partnership with City of Toronto
Cultural Services and Toronto Community Housing Corporation invite you to participate in a pitch contest. If you are a young artist or a group of artists, between the ages of 16 and 24, we want to hear from you!
I was lucky enough to be part of the Make Some Noise North Gathering in Whitehorse in July. I witnessed many kinds of self expression unfold…..hip hop dance, aborigonal arts. and video took form to inspiring creations.
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The International Museum of Women invites you to be a part of Imagining Ourselves, an online global exhibit featuring art, photographs, essays and film by young women in their 20s and 30s answering the question, “What defines your generation?”
If you have a story to tell, images to share, a voice that wants to be heard, we welcome your submission. We are accepting film, audio, images and text on issues such as War and Dialogue, Young Men, Motherhood, Image and Identity and for an Online Film Festival. Get to know our exhibit by going