Curtis Campbell is a writer, comedian and theatre artist. His plays are mainstays of the Toronto indie theatre scene, and he is the winner of the inaugural Comedy Bar and Second City Award for Best Comedy at the 2022 Toronto Fringe. NOW Toronto has described Curtis’ work as “razor sharp,” the Toronto Star called it […]
Anu Chouhan is a Punjabi-Canadian illustrator and former mobile game artist from Vancouver, BC. A trained animator and character designer, Anu often combines her love of her cultural heritage, anime and global fashion into her art. She enjoys creating art that celebrates diversity and empowerment.
Khodi Dill is a writer, author, spoken word artist, and educator who was born in Nassau, Bahamas and raised in Moose Jaw, Canada. At a young age he found himself writing spoken word poetry and has since traveled extensively to share his work at poetry slams and festivals across the country. He is a strong […]
Shezza Ansloos is a Cree writer, educator, and speaker. Ansloos is nêhiyaw-iskwêw (Cree) and English and is a member of the Fisher River Cree Nation (Ochekwi-Sipi; Treaty 5). Growing up an adopted child of the ‘60s Scoop, Ansloos has a unique Indigenous perspective that is articulated in her creative work. She expresses her blended cultural identity […]
Rebecca Thomas is a Mi’kmaw woman registered with Lennox Island First Nation. She is the daughter of a residential school survivor and unrelenting advocate for her community. She is a published poet and was the Halifax Poet Laureate from 2016 to 2018. She lives in K’jipuktuk, Mi’kma’ki.
Jeffrey Ansloos is an educator and psychologist. Ansloos is Nêhiyaw (Cree) and English and is a member of Fisher River Cree Nation (Ochekwi-Sipi; Treaty 5). His family was deeply affected by the Indian Residential Schools System and 1960s Scoop, experiences that have pushed him to pursue an education in psychology and education. As a psychologist […]