In the Canadian academic landscape, scholar, artist, and professor, Dr. Naila Keleta-Mae's Black And Free Project explores Black expressive culture through various mediums — and this year, Keleta-Mae’s work is going beyond academia and being brought to life for the public. A series of events, classes, and exhibits are planned which explore the themes inherent in her multi-year research-creation project on blackness and freedom.
“I touch Afghanistan when I touch these carpets”: Meet the Afghan Canadian artist who designs intricate textiles in Microsoft Word
In his exhibition Afghanistan, My Love, at North York’s Aga Khan Museum, Shaheer Zazai connects his two homes through art.
Profile of the University of Waterloo's Enterprise Co-op Program, featuring University of Waterloo student, Orianna Min.
A Q&A with the Vaughn-raised filmmaker Luis De Filippis about her first feature film, Something You Said Last Night, and her return to the Toronto International Film Festival.
An article introducing Cheekbone Beauty through the eyes of the company's founder, Jenn Harper.
I came late to the cosmetics game, so it's no surprise that I've had a challenging time finding foundation that matches my skin tone. Other than experimenting with lipstick when I was young, I never made much of an effort to figure it all out. Sometime in my early 20s, a friend — and a fellow Black woman — gave me a makeover. Since then, I’ve been curious. Today, I still have to figure out contouring and highlighting, but I can handle my own makeup basics. And one of my favorite staple produc...