A Graffer’s Journey

07/05/2024 The Social Eyes 0

By Rebecca Congo-Sienne I met with Malin, a professional graffiti artist in his thirties. He has been teaching introductory graffiti workshops since 2014. His graffer nickname speaks to the finesse of a skilled and crafty artist. He grew up in the village of Sainte-Sophie, in […] See more

A Rescue Line

01/04/2022 Raymond Viger 0

Self-Expression Through the Arts The young person on the precipice of suicide is isolated, alone, focused on the self. Communicating with the outside world is difficult. At our community drop-in centre, we’ve created a milieu in which we can accommodate young people. They are given […] See more

Nomad Music

11/30/2016 The Social Eyes 0

Culture is often a source of identity. Urban or ancestral, sometimes every culture seems to be at war with the world around it. But youth conquers all, bridges gaps, reconciles opposites. Marie Semeur | File Native Wapikoni Mobile is best known for it promotion of […] See more

Yarn Bombing

11/30/2016 Delphine Caubet 0

On this cold and sunny day we sit at a café terrace. Winter is slowly creeping in on little cat feet. She is there, working on her woolen pullover sweater. From a plastic bag she pulls out a skein of yarn and two long knitting […] See more

JayCee Beyale Speaks Out

09/11/2015 The Social Eyes 0

Between Art and Tradition I am a Navajo artist from New Mexico. I grew up in a small town called Farmington. I currently reside in Colorado Springs and have been here for the last 2 years.  My identity and background have always been present in […] See more