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Call for Submissions: HOCUS OVER THE THRESHOLD

  Submissions In honour of the solstice, the theme is OVER THE THRESHOLD. Send your stories and poems of planetary […]

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The Most Honest Artist in Town: Remembering Joe Matt

Joe Matt erased the line between what should and should not be shared with an audience, which in turn made the reader realize that perhaps they didn’t need to be so fearful of their own dark secrets.

Folio: Catalina Cheng on Ceramics and Preservation of Queer Art History

Folio asks artists and curators to gather works made with unexpected materials and adapt them for the printed page. In this issue we speak with Catalina Cheng, whose work in ceramics bridges familiar traditions, radiant pride and honouring the queer artists erased by history.

Politics is for the Nuts

In 1974, Vancouver artist Vincent Trasov ran for mayor of Vancouver. Or, at least, Vincent Trasov dressed as Mr. Peanut ran for mayor of Vancouver. Nearly 50 years later, documentary filmmaker Andrew Muir brought the performance piece back into the spotlight with Peanut For Mayor.