Florals for Spring: Groundbreaking! (Floral Still Lives Through the Ages)
by Nina Chabel
I love Instagram. Before going to bed and right when I wake up, it’s the first app I check on my phone. Kind of problematic. I probably need to rethink my habits. Hygiène de vie.
Instagram’s most popular theme these days, and all days, is florals. Pictures…
Mahihkan: Big Wolf on Campus
by Tara Allen Flanagan
With this week’s blustery winter weather, springtime’s supposed sojourn is delayed until further notice. Alliteration aside, two weeks ago I explored Human Structures Vancouver, which is one of two outdoor art installations featured on campus as a last remnant of last summer’s Balade pour la Paix: An Open-air…
Actually I Have a Lot More to Say About Picture Books
by Sylvie Schwartz
Martha Speaks, written and illustrated by Susan Meddaugh.
Maybe it’s because the prospect of finishing undergrad in two more weeks is throwing me back to my childhood, but since my last editorial I realized that I actually have a lot more to say about picture books. As I…
Yayoi Kasuma @ the AGO
by Hannah Nashman
Infinity Mirror Room – The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away, 2013. Image source: https://ago.ca/exhibitions/kusama.
Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese contemporary artist who works primarily with sculpture and installation in addition to producing paintings, films, fashion designs, poetry, fiction and performance art. She was born to an affluent merchant…
Wearing our Identity
by Emma Renaud
How much do the clothes you wear reflect your identity? Reflect where you come from? Clothes have always been around and each culture has its own and unique wardrobe. Wherever you come from, there’s always going to be the clothes that tell an entire story from the past, allowing…