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Murals without Walls:

low barrier studio workshops + small-scale mural production

2021, 2022

Supported by City of Vancouver, Kickstart Disability Arts + Culture, The Vancouver Mural Festival, The Hamber Foundation, posAbilities, Emily Carr University, Opus Art Supplies, BACI and Art Hive at the J.

Lead facilitator of two part project offering free low-barrier digital studio workshops, plus production of small-scale murals for display at the Vancouver Mural Festival.


Objects of Pride:

A virtual Show & Tell

June 2021

Supported by RNSG, Vancouver Foundation

and MOV, Vancouver.

A virtual show'n'tell to share objects from our queer lives. 

This tshirt dates back to 1988, worn in San Francisco street protests demanding equitable access to treatment and care for those living with HIV. Created by ACT UP, a coalition of activists and artists dedicated to ending the AIDS pandemic.

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Planting plans: A zoom workshop

February 2021

Community art project supported by

Greenest City/RNSG, Vancouver Foundation.

A community workshop, held remotely, designed to share skills and ideas to support food gardeners planning for the 2021 growing season.

A free 24 page 'zine was published, sharing plans among gardeners in Vancouver.

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Letters from home:

Between yours and mine

August 2020

Community art project supported by

RNSG / Vancouver Foundation.

Delivery of art supplies to isolated individuals living with health challenges plus one remote studio session designed to create a community for barrier-free creative expression.

Supplies included cards and stamps to send through the mail, with an instruction sheet that could be folded into a booklet.

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Calling your creativity

June 2020

Community art project supported by

RNSG / Vancouver Foundation.

Call for artwork and poetry brought over 40 individuals together for an exhbition that lasted three months.

Featured on CTV's 'Word on the Street' segment.

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Hamsa (storefront mural)

April 2020

The hamsa, traditionally found throught the Middle East, offers protection from illness and misfortune.

This was an independent effort, supported by The Sellution.

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frontpiece, Non-Regular, 2018

Hand-stiched excerpt from staff agreement at ECU, contributed as 'F. Braun', published in 'Non-Rgular: Precarious academic labour at Emily Carr Uniersity of Art + Design (Terra Poirer, 2018). 

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McGill Park 1996

mosaic (details)

with Sarah White

Community project designed to infuse local park with residents' artwork, building on local social culture and geography..

Funded by the Public Art Program, City of Vancouver.

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An archive
of the last 30 years.

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