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Thelma Pepper’s Last Interview

Thelma Pepper’s Last Interview

In October 2020, just months before she died, we had a chance to speak with the Saskatchewan photo artist, then 100, about her Remai Modern retrospective

A New Indigenous Artist-Run Centre for Tiotia:ke / Mooniyang / Montréal

A New Indigenous Artist-Run Centre for Tiotia:ke / Mooniyang / Montréal

Due to open this spring, and directed by Lori Beavis, daphne is already running weekly beading art sessions online and prepping an accessible storefront

Printing and the Pandemic

Printing and the Pandemic

With her 2020 monoprint series “Peyak,” Montreal-based artist Bea Parsons explored her Cree, Scottish and French origins in unpredictable ways

Nunatsiavut Artist Jason Sikoak and Mina Campbell Talk on the Traditional Seal Hunt

Nunatsiavut Artist Jason Sikoak and Mina Campbell Talk on the Traditional Seal Hunt

Sikoak, studying in Montreal, is not able to attend the upcoming hunt. But the tradition continues to influence his prints and drawings

Mutual Aid during a Pandemic: Why Artists Helped Form Toronto’s Encampment Support Network

Mutual Aid during a Pandemic: Why Artists Helped Form Toronto’s Encampment Support Network

Jeff Bierk, with friends and colleagues, helped mobilize support for underhoused people living outside early in the pandemic. With winter coming, they’re speaking out anew

The Birth of The Bannock Babes and a Drag Community

The Birth of The Bannock Babes and a Drag Community

Five members of the Winnipeg-based drag collective The Bannock Babes, have a chat on the significance of building a community on the Prairies and reveal the power behind Two-Spirit and Indigiqueer performance

Reproductions of Reproductions, Traces of Traces

Reproductions of Reproductions, Traces of Traces

Nahed Mansour talks about the introduction of belly dancing in North America and its subsequent Orientalist pop-culture iconographies

Life of Objects

Life of Objects

Liz Magor speaks about her landmark installation, One Bedroom Apartment, and our relationships to the objects we live with

Brendan Fernandes’s Zoom Choreography

Brendan Fernandes’s Zoom Choreography

The acclaimed Canadian artist talks about making dance works with Snapchat, SMS and yes, Zoom

Chroma Launch: High T Podcast x Canadian Art

Chroma Launch: High T Podcast x Canadian Art

In this special episode of High T, co-hosts Madelyne Beckles and Leah Schulli are joined by Chroma issue Spotlight artist Kiera Boult