Natalie Mark is an illustrator and cartoonist based in Treaty 1 Territory in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Natalie 麥月明 is Queer Chinese-Canadian artist of Toisan descent who works primarily with narratives. Their work is somewhere between a reflection of life and a little bit curious.

Natalie loves going to their neighbourhood library, playing table top games, and making comics!

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(New 2024)    Chinatown Neighbourhood Banner Project, WAC and Downtown BIZ, Downtown Chinatown, Winnipeg, MB
(New 2024)    Year of the Dragon Zodiac Banner, WCCCC and Downtown BIZ, Downtown Chinatown-Centennial, Winnipeg, MB
(Upcoming 2024)    CupCAKE Award and Mentorship (Zach Clemente from Bulgihan Press), CAKE Chicago, Remote/Chicago.


2023 Angel – Self-published, to debut at Vancouver Comic Arts Festival. Spring 2023
2021    Good Chicken / 良い鶏肉  – Self-published. Fall-Winter 2021.
2020     Restaurant Diaries Self-published, nominated for a 2020 Broken Pencil Zine Award. Spring 2020. Exhibited at Seeing Providence Chinatown: a relational reconstruction (2022).
2019    From Yesterday Old Growth Press. Editor: Cleo Peterson. Summer 2019.
2019    Before You Go Self-published. Winter 2019.Exhibited at Seeing Providence Chinatown: a relational reconstruction (2022)


2021    My Monsters Hold Me Soft – zine reading and guest artist, hosted by Story Planet.
2021    Wee Asian Arts Channel – contracted to create and all ages/kids video workshop for zine making, programmed at Reel Asian Film Festival.
2020    Comics Out Loud with Old Growth Press – disability centric comics reading using detailed image description as part of a disability initiative with the Canada Comics Open Library, hosted by Old Growth Press and presented by the Canada Comics Open Library.
2019    Next Page: Comics and Zines Creating Change – featured panelist on a TCAF panel facilitated by Fiona Smyth at TCAF – Toronto Comic Arts Festival.
2017    Night 4 Zines – Self-directed public engagement event for showcasing traditionally uncentred/marginalized artists. Organized by me. TRNAZAC Tiki Room, Toronto. Patchwork Primer (How Do We Find What We’re Not Looking For?), book club about a brief history of lesbian publishing in North America, co-programming and research zine by Kaythi and Seiji.


2023    Lights on the Exchange, Exchange District, Winnipeg, MB
2019    Bai Sun – Window Space at XPACE Toronto, ON
2017    DIY LOVE: Queer Knowledge & History Then, Now, and Forever, Pride Toronto Street Fair, Toronto, ON


2022 – Seeing Providence Chinatown: a relational Reconstruction, curated by Jeffrey Yoo Warren, 95 Empire St, Providence, RI, USA. Ancestral Memory Enclaves: Diasporic memory and relational reconstruction – Workshop facilitated by Jeffrey yoo Warren, Mozilla Hubs Online.
2019    House of Oriental co-curated by Samiya Karim, Yasmin Emery, and myself; Learning Zone, Toronto ON. Self-initiated exhibition with the OCAD U Zine Library
2019    Grad Ex 104 OCAD University grad show, Illustration program, OCAD University, Toronto, ON
2019    Homeworkstudent show at Artscape Youngplace, Hallway Gallery, Toronto, ON
2018    Anti-Capitalist Love Letters: A Celebration of Self-worth group show at Video Pool Gallery Space, Artspace, Winnipeg
2017    ZINE POWER group show at the Learning Zone, OCAD University, Toronto, ON
2017    #Inktober Glory Hole Gallery, Glad Day Bookshop, Toronto, ON