On Friday January 21 at 8 PM, I am performing a story for an online Confabulation event, “What Remains: Daring Discoveries, Lost Legacies and Sweet Surprises.” To watch a whole bunch of great storytellers from the comfort of your home, see more information here.
As part of a Storylab showcase, I told a story to a small gathering of people at Ursa bar, The night was the final part of a 6-week workshop given by Michèle Luchs and Deb VanSlet. The other storytellers that night were: Lea Beddia, François Bonenfant, Maryam Ganni, Jennifer Lobato, Emily Rosales, Kenny Streule, Émilie Trudeau.
Great news! In collaboration with Shahrzad Arshadi and Z Gallery, I have been awarded a Canada Council for the Arts “Digital Arts” grant to produce a podcast series about art and social change. Stay tuned for more news about FUTURE IS NOW.
Traced, black and white versions of my visual works, P is for Patriarchy and Karma: A New Way of Thinking are included in a colouring book, produced by Long Haul Studios.
I hosted Z Gallery’s online Me We Festival. Every night, artists shared their music, video works, drawings or stories, followed by conversation with attendees.
I collaborated with artist Lisa Mayes on a podcast and soundtrack to her short film, Rags to Riches. See Rags To Riches – YouTube
P is for Patriachy, one of my visual works, is exhibited at Expo P, the annual Long Haul Art Studios art auction, raffle and general party.
A sound piece The Burning Question Game, created in collaboration with Australian-based artist, Vicky Kapo, airs on Studio XX’s Riding the Wave pirate radio broadcast, for Nuit Blanche. Listen to it here.
Public reading of my script, The Women of the Hill, at the Government Museum and Art Gallery in Chandigarh, India, as part of the “Mother Tongue” exhibition and 2 days of artist talks and public presentations.
Public reading of my script, The Women of the Hill, at the Government Museum and Art Gallery in Chandigarh, India, as part of the “Mother Tongue” gallery group exhibition.
Participating in a 6-week artistic residency in Morni Hills, Haryana, India at the Healing Hill Art Space (HHAS).