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When: Saturday, October 2nd, 2021 from 2 pm-3:30 pm
Panel description: This workshop will provide a brief overview of the Canadian artistic industry- including an introduction to standard fees and structural lexicon. This event will really help newcomers understand the historical significance of some of the well-established artistic practices and help them navigate them. Ex: public vs commercial galleries, artists fee vs readers fee etc. This information session will also touch on resources available for practical artistic sustainability (specific to newcomers) such as grants, social media etc.
Talysha Bujold-Abu (she/her) is an artist-illustrator, researcher, and cultural administrator – she holds a Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) from the University of Windsor (2018) and is recipient of the Conundrum Press Mini-Comic Bursary for Black and Indigenous Creators (2021). Residencies include: New Zealand Pacific Studio (2016), ArtsPond (2020-2021), and Pelee Quarry – Stone & Sky Artists Residency (2020-2021). Bujold-Abu has spoken and exhibited at the Intersections | Cross Sections Conference in Toronto, ON (2018) and participated in the Structures of Anticipation Research Symposium and Exhibition in Windsor, ON (2019). In research, Bujold-Abu examines the cross-border relationship between the black
communities of Windsor ON, and Detroit USA (1930 – 1950’s) during The International Miss Sepia Contests held as part of the Emancipation Parade and Freedom Celebrations of Windsor, ON.
Recent panels/presentations include: Reclaiming Hidden Histories: Researching, Writing, and Re-Imagining Community Narratives with Arts Council Windsor & Region (2019), the Black Creators Series/Discussion with the Art Gallery or Windsor (2020), and Growing Creative Careers with Work In
Culture Windsor, ON (2021). Selected exhibitions include: The Truth Has Legs in Leamington ON (2019), The Body Electric – Diversity in Residency Education: Training in a World of Differences, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (RCPSC) Ottawa ON (2019), Postcards from the Pandemic, Covid-19 – Online (2021).
October 2 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm