Carolyn Deby / sirenscrossing

sirenscrossing is an international, collaborative umbrella for a transdisciplinary site-specific practice. We think of humans as only one node of liveliness in the interweave of the living Earth. Through creating audience experiences in everyday spaces, we deepen into the lived reality of humans (even those in cities) and their sympoietic mesh with nonhumans, landscapes, and… Continue reading Carolyn Deby / sirenscrossing

Christy Winegarden

All of my photographic work explores the role that objects play in forming personal histories. The series Forage contemplates how humans might live in harmony with nature using found organic materials in combination with images of people. The feeling of grief produced by environmental change directly connected to one’s home environment, is known as Solastalgia.… Continue reading Christy Winegarden

Heather Adair

My art creations go from finding materials, to repurposing my own garbage into the pieces as these WATER discs are made from found wood, photos of manhole covers that say WATER and then I collage to make a mosiac using milk cartons. I have always been interested in repurposing materials as I also design bags,… Continue reading Heather Adair

Heather McCaig

Heather McCaig is a flameworked glass artist from Ontario, who now lives near Sussex, New Brunswick. In 2019 she transitioned from her production glass line to creating one of a kind fine craft. Heather has received a scholarship to the Pittsburgh Glass Center in the United States and generous support from the New Brunswick Arts… Continue reading Heather McCaig

Jamie Drouin

Drouin’s diverse photographic artworks examine the evolving definitions of landscape, and the often contentious relationship between human modifications and natural ecosystems.

Aquil Virani

Awarded as “Artist of the year” by the Quebec-based artist collective “Les artistes pour la paix,” Aquil Virani’s collaborative art projects combine painting, drawing, filmmaking, writing, graphic design, installation, and participatory art processes and ask important questions about social and environmental justice. In 2021, he was named the first ever national artist-in-residence at the Canadian… Continue reading Aquil Virani

Virginia Gail Smith

Virginia is a public and installation artist, currently working in Petawawa, Omàmìwininìwag -Algonquin territory. She is interested in forging a language rooted in her connection with family and the earth. Exploring the marrying of food into art with growing biological forms enveloping foraged local plant life, creating with the context of walking gently. Conversations mingle… Continue reading Virginia Gail Smith

conscient podcast

The conscient podcast is a series of conversations and monologues about art and the ecological crisis. This podcast is bilingual (in either English or French). Episode notes are translated. I started the conscient project in 2020 as a personal learning journey and knowledge sharing exercise. It has been rewarding, and sometimes surprising. The term ‘conscient’… Continue reading conscient podcast

Killa Watt

Killa Watt’s performances and personas are neither created nor destroyed. Their performances are a constant source of transformation and evolution. They’re a blend of rock, nerd, geek and everything in between. Let Killa Watt resonate in your neuro-circuits. Killa Watt was born as a DRAG King at Didi’s Playhaus 2017 in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada on… Continue reading Killa Watt

Project SculpShore

Whale hello there! Project SculptShore is a Art, Action, and Education initiative launching for its first of many campaigns on World Oceans Day June 8th 2022. For our first installment we have partnered with local artist at the BernArt Maze in creating a life size baby North Atlantic Right Whale sculpture, modeled after the calf… Continue reading Project SculpShore