Earlier this year, I had Laura write a very informative guest post on my blog. It was very well received and I still get comments and positive feedback about it. You can read it here. I'm thrilled to have her back again, this time for an interview.
The Waterloo Region Contemporary Music Sessions (WRCMS) is a weeklong series of workshops, concerts, panels, reading sessions, and activities designed to promote and provide opportunities for emerging and early career Canadian and international performers, improvisers, and composers of contemporary music.
The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (TOAE) is the largest outdoor art exhibition in Canada and has established itself as an important event within the Canadian arts community. The three-day event is free and open to the public. It attracts over 100, 000 visitors each year. This was my second time attending, and this year I did so as a volunteer.
In this post, I'm going to talk about two incidents that happened around the same time and have very different contexts, but both revolve around an act of vandalism. The first incident happened in Athens, Greece and the second was local to me, in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
Fenne is a visual storyteller and a curious soul. She was born in Belgium and recently moved to Sweden. She writes about art, Scandinavia, and travel. Her personal interests are: travel, art, photography, storytelling, creating, printmaking.
Jessa Lee Rempel is a freelance illustrator from Vancouver, BC now based in Toronto, ON. She has over ten years experience in comic book illustration, over five years experience in professional freelance, and plenty of post-secondary education to back it up.
Jenn Weatherall is a mother, a writer and an artist among many other things. She has made the conscious decision to tell her stories, to put away her fear of redundancy and allow the creative energies she's always had come out in whatever form they wish.
Dona Paula is a beach located in the Indian state of Goa. Goa is a blend of Indian and Portuguese elements, from the azulejos that scale the walls of 100-year-old churches, to the rickshaws that line every street
Flaviyake[flah-vee-uh-ke] is a Pop singer and songwriter, Grammy Recording Academy and NARIP (The National Association of Record Industry Professional) member. She is known for reinventing herself in every new music video. I first interviewed Flaviyake in April 2016.