Video (1:45:06): “YOUR DESTINY” – a presentation by artist and Jungian therapist Liliana Kleiner.
Works from ‘The Alice pinup up series’ by queer artist Kallie Genzale.
Video (4:32): Sacred Feminine; The Revival of Godess Inanna – An Interview with Liliana Kleiner.
Kallie Genzale is an American queer artist who makes paintings and works on paper. In this artist’s statement Kallie presents a series of recent acrylic paintings.
Sarah Mihara Creagen – Toxic Bodies, May 6th – June 3rd 2023 at Forest City Gallery, 1025 Elias Street (in Old East Village), London, Ontario, Canada.
This year, QAF in Vancouver is inviting artists from their communities to contribute works that explore the Queers in Space festival theme – though all submitted works will be considered. The submissions deadline is May 20, 2023.
PAS-À-PAS; NOT INTENT ON ARRIVING. A new photo-based exhibition by SD Holman at the SUM Gallery, Vancouver, Canada The exhibition runs through Jun 2, 2023. The works are from Holman’s walk across Canada following the death of their wife, Catherine White Holman.
Video (1:06:02): Queer Zine Workshop for beginners with Alyssa Pisciotto, Canada.
Video (1:25:42): Heidi Nagtegaal and Jenny Lee Craig (Canada) discuss their top online tools that can help your artistic business flourish. This workshop will cover setting up successful social media channels, strategies for audience engagement and managing your digital to-do list.
Video (11:34): Amy Furness, Rosamond Ivey Special Collections Archivist and Head, Library & Archives, she offers a glimpse into the archives of sculptors Frances Loring (1887–1968) and Florence Wyle (1881–1968) at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada.
Video (13:21): Canadian artist SD Holman self-identifies as “butch”. In this video they talks about the book and the art project ‘Butch: not like other girls.’
Video (55:13): French comic book author Pénélope Bagieu interviewed American comic book author Alison Bechdel… In this interview, they talk about the creative process of making cartoons and graphic novels and Alison Bechdel’s latest book: The Secret to Superhuman Strength, (Mariner Books, 2021).
Video (3:17): a short promotional video with Alison Bechdel about her book ‘The Secret to Superhuman Strength’ (Mariner Books, 2021).
Video (12:14): Canadian visual artist Kathy Atkins provides stories of what the QAF in Vancouver is capable of, and how space is needed for this capability.
Video (3:16): Canadian queer video and performance artist Dayna McLeod talks about her art project as the artist in residence at Sociability of Sleep.
Video (1:38): ‘Jess Dobkin is a performance artist based in Toronto, Canada. She is best known for her 2006 work The Lactation Station.’ – Wiki4All
Video (4:00): artist talk video, ‘Michèle Pearson Clarke on Quantum Choir’, published by
Art Gallery of Hamilton, Canada. Quantum Choir is a part of the exhibition Michèle Pearson Clarke: Muscle Memory which is on through May 23rd, 2022 at Art Gallery of Hamilton.
Exploring the vulnerability of queer female masculinity, Michèle Pearson Clarke: Muscle Memory is the first major solo exhibition in a public gallery for Toronto-based artist Michèle Pearson Clarke. The exhibition runs through May 23, 2022 at the Art Gallery of Hamilton in Canada.
Pamela Dodds – DOCUMENTING BORDER BARRIERS, March 4 – April 16, 2022 in the Project Space at
Open Studio Printmaking Centre, 401 Richmond St. West, Suite 104, Toronto, Canada.
Video (45:43) queer feminist artists and romantic partners Deirdre Logue and Allyson Mitchell in conversation with Michelle Jacques and Chase Joynt about their creative practices and collaborative projects.