Maggee Day is a visual artist and educator based in Vancouver, on the unceded land of the Coast Salish peoples. Her work explores the relationships between seeing and abstraction, perception and representation, as well as the material potential of paint.
Mark Igloliorte (Inuk, Nunatsiavut) is an artist, essayist and educator. As a scholar and artist his work investigates relating to indigenous futures through a grounding in the embodied practices and language.
Matthis Grunsky is an artist and educator based in Winnipeg, MB (Treaty 1). His work explores the closing divide between digital and material practice with a focus on painting and drawing.
M.E. Sparks works primarily with paint and canvas to investigate ambiguities of representation, historical narratives and familiarized ways of looking. She is a faculty member at the University of Manitoba School of Art, Winnipeg MB (Treaty 1).
Shoora Majedian an Iranian-Canadian painter based in Vancouver. Her painting research explores different references, such as memory for representation. Her individual and collective narratives examine the possibilities of metaphor in image-making.