Aphra Shemza is a London based new media artist working with abstraction, interactivity and light. Exploring New Modernism in the 21st Century, Shemza’s work is multidisciplinary making reference to Modernism with a renewed optimism.
I first heard about Red Betty Theatre when I saw founder Radha Menon promoting the launch of COBRA (Coalition of Black and Racialized Artists) on a Hamilton TV station. I interviewed her to find out more about her theatre company and her play Ganja's Ganga.
Sofar transforms everyday spaces - like a living room or retail shop - and turns it into a captivating venue for secret, live shows, creating an immersive experience that brings guests and artists closer together. Each Sofar is small, and typically features three diverse acts, with no headliner.
ManChoi Chow's passion for life inspires his photography, nurtures the artist within, and connects spirits in a shared vision. Ultimately for him, this interconnectedness awakens the presence of the transcendent and evokes greater life possibilities.
Mark Yungblut has been creating art for the past fifteen years, and has had his paper cuttings and pencil drawings displayed in Japan, China, Toronto, Kitchener- Waterloo, and many other locations around Southern Ontario.
2018 marked the 11th year of Artist Project, Toronto's Contemporary Art Fair. I've been going to the five day art fair for about the past five years. I've learned that comfortable footwear is a good idea
Do you want to be inspired by some local speakers, support local artists, and support a good cause while celebrating the amazing, diverse community of women in Waterloo Region? You can do all of that on Thursday, March 8 at Woman2018.