Disrupt Settler Colonialism fundraiser shirts

All remaining stock of Disrupt Settler Colonialism shirts with tobacco illustration are now listed in my online shop. Click HERE to purchase

ALL PROFITS from this shirt design go to Land Defenders. This is currently a LIMITED run. Please be sure to follow instructions if you want a shirt with bleach painted details! 

Thanks to your support through these shirts, I have been able to donate over $1500 to Land Defenders since January 2020 and will be sending more money soon. 

Each shirt will be shipped with a copy of my Disrupt Settler Colonialism mini-info-zine to keep or to pass on to others. Though it’s not yet ready, files for this zine will be available to download and print for free in the near future. The zine has been peer edited and offers an introduction to what it can mean to disrupt settler colonialism. 

‘Where the Shoreline Meets the Water’ Toronto until Jan 31, 2020

I’m very pleased to share several works produced during the Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency in 2018 at the ArQuives in Toronto from Nov. 6 2019 to Jan. 31 2020. 


Curated by Syrus Marcus Ware with support from Tobaron Waxman, it’s an honour to be exhibiting alongside beloved friends and folks I’ve looked up to over the years!..Text below is from the website of the Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency:



EXHIBITION: “WHERE THE SHORELINE MEETS THE WATER”: Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency Retrospective Exhibition (2013 - 2019).A retrospective of works produced by alumni of The Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency, which has been held each summer on Toronto Islands from 2013 to 2019.

The works critically engage landscapes, longing and ecologies in Queer and decolonial ways.
Please join us: Vernissage November 6, 7pm to 9pm, at The ArQuives
Brief artists talk at 8pm, with curator Syrus Marcus Ware. A light refreshment will be provided.
Exhibition dates: November 6 to January 31.
Exhibition viewing hours: Tuesday - Thursday from 6:30-9:00 pm Fridays from 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Viewing at other times is by appointment, please send an email to info@queerartistresidency.ca


Access statement: The ArQuives has a access ramp to the front door, and a lift from the first floor to the second floor. There are volunteers available to operate the lift. The exhibition includes works that can be touched. A sighted guide is available for the visually impaired. Please message info@queerartistresidency.ca to arrange accompaniment by a sighted guide. There is an accessible washroom on the first floor.
All washrooms are gender neutral.
The ArQuives is a scent free environment.
If you have any further questions please email: queeries@arquives.ca

Spring Adventures

After a long winter of far too much healing from a concussion and two surgeries, I’ve been so grateful to spend the spring on the road and making art! 

Mid April, I helped install 4 of my sculptures at the Art Gallery of Alberta and attended the opening of Fix Your Hearts or Die. 

Following that, I travelled to Banff for Ghost Days: Making Art for Spirit - A multi-disciplinary residency with many fantastic artists, the 4 weeks I spent in Banff were incredible and allowed me to focus on materials and making while meeting with elders, learning new processes in workshops, and learning new processes with the Banff Centre production team!

I’m now rounding off this trip with a few days in Calgary before returning home to Toronto and immediately shipping sculptures off for an upcoming group exhibition at the Dunlop Gallery in Regina, Off-Centre: Queer Contemporary Art in the Prairies

New website content from the last year will be up soon!

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