Kamee Abrahamian : Member Q & A

I currently live in Prince Edward County, Ontario (rural area between Toronto and Montreal) with my partner, our little human, and a 17-pound black cat. I was born into an Armenian family from Lebanon/Syria and grew up (mostly) in an immigrant suburb of Toronto, although I lived in different parts of the world throughout my life (Canada, US, Egypt, Armenia). I am an interdisciplinary artist, producer, maker, writer, student and educator. My work spans across dance, theatre, visual and digital art, film and video, transmedia, various forms of writing, and immersive installation.

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Xaverine Bates : Member Q & A

Xaverine Bates gives us an insight into her life as an interdisciplinary artist, writer and mother in the latest of our member features. Xaverine shares how her art practice has become a vital component in understanding and living with bipolar disorder, in turn, her work explores and represents the power that creativity can have on mental health journeys.

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JOETTA MAUE : MEMBER Q & A

In the latest of our artist Q & A’s, Joetta Maue shares her creative process, how motherhood has impacted her everyday life and work (she gets A LOT done in one day!) and her hope that the invisible labour of women can become visible through talking, sharing and making art.

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Alana Hunt : Artist Interview

1. Firstly, tell us about yourself! Where do you live, what sort of art do you produce and how many children do you have?

I live on Miriwoong country in the north-west of Australia. This place is often described as very remote, but to many people here it is the centre of the world. The township of Kununurra is less than 60 years old. It is younger than many of the people who live here. It was built following the construction of a large dam that

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Making Motherhood Visible

On International Women's Day 2018, I feel honoured and privileged to be bringing together the work of 21 International female artists who are also, mothers. Through these artists' diverse practices, they are challenging the one dimensional image of the maternal role which circulates through media and are making known the complex realities of their individual experiences of their shared roles as mothers and artists. 

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