In this compilation of voices from senior artists featured on this website, we hear what matters as it relates to the history of their own practice.
A Guide to the Scrapbook History Retrospective of a Community Engaged Artist created by Patti Fraser Fernandez (2007) reminds us that community engaged art is our oldest form of artistic engagement and was practiced long before Canada was a nation state. The interview in this website with Squamish carver Aaron … Read more
The Indigenous scholar and poet, Dian Million, frames an introduction of oneself as a set of relations and an introduction is an acknowledgement of, who walks with us. Who walks with us is an introduction to the people who have influenced us, guided us, troubled us, nurtured us. Introducing ourselves … Read more
Corin Browne is a videomaker and media educator who has been working as a community engaged artist for 15 years. With an academic background in critical media education (MA Communication, SFU) and digital media production, Corin works primarily in digital mediums with an interest in exploring notions of community, place, … Read more