As the pandemic shines a harsh light on our troubled society, mentor Amanda Vincelli shares with our community resources and workshops that will enable us to develop and cultivate community-oriented values to build a more caring world.
January 14th, 2021
Through a critique of the film “Queen and Slim”, directed by Melina Matsoukas and written by Lena Waithe, multidimensional artist Chidera Ihejirika expresses herself on the power of Black Love.
February 19th, 2021
Dior Sow expresses herself on the quest for the contemporaneity of the African art scene. She shares with us her influences and invites us to look at this world through the eyes of the youth of the diaspora and its creators.
February 15th, 2021
Cameroonian multidisciplinary artist Tania Doumbe Fines explores African architecture through its different forms. She takes a critical look at the continent's architectural heritage so that it can reflect the plurality of national identities.
February 9th, 2021
Dior Sow expresses herself on the quest for the contemporaneity of the African art scene and shares with us her influences.
Cameroonian multidisciplinary artist Tania Doumbe Fines explores African architecture through its different forms. She takes a critical look at the continent’s architectural heritage so that it can reflect the plurality of national identities.
While life as an entrepreneur can be challenging, mentor David Oram shares his tips and tricks for maintaining a healthy, balanced and inspiring lifestyle.
Farmer and philosopher Souhail Tazi is behind the Organic Market Marrakech and the Domaine Sauvage in Morocco. This is his letter to the next generation to give them hope for a better future – a future in which permaculture will be the solution for our world.
Inspired by artists who brought meaningful connections to materials, designer Laura Azzalini launched Reixue : her Montreal-based boutique dedicated to sustainable design.
While nothing could have predicted that he was going to turn photography into his profession, photographer François Ollivier shares with us his atypical journey that led him to develop his artistic practice – an exploration of wander.
Immersed in her surroundings, artist and art director Frédérique Albert-Bordenave reflects on how space and time have helped her shape her identity
Through his personal essay, Kansas artist and painter J Rah explores and reflects on the shapes that lead him on a journey to repair and healing.
Julia Kidder’s move to Ashcroft, British Columbia, has been something of an existential trip, an experiment in tinkering – and a major psychological and intellectual challenge.
Intrigued by digital connections, self-taught programmer and designer Fotar Tunteng reflects on methods to engage as a community on social media.