Read the last post in our Resilience: Resistance series curated by Mirabel aka Avleen K. Mokha with a post from the curator herself. As a person of colour in Canada, I have noticed that artists find it difficult to talk about money. It doesn’t make for casual conversation at a literary event. Understandably. It is hard to bring up money while you use silverware to delicately place cheese over crackers, while holding a glass of wine.
On Dec 31, 2017, against all odds, I somehow managed to journey back to Montreal all the way from Mauritius. A couple of weeks earlier, I had travelled to my [More…]
You usually hear from our children, who speak your language without accent, who speak the language of their ancestors with a foreign accent if at all, who are removed from [More…]
For the third piece in the carte blanche blog series featuring BIPOC artists, we interviewed Tawhida Tanya Evanson, an Antiguan-Québecoise artist based in Montreal. Tawhida has published two poetry collections. [More…]
We are delighted to be announcing a collaboration with Avleen Mokha, our invited Blog curator for the Fall/Winter series on Resistance/Resilience. We cannot wait to support her perspective and creativity [More…]