(upcoming) Chinatown Neighbourhood Banner Project

Hired by Winnipeg Arts Council and Downtown BIZ to create art for Winnipeg Chinatown and Downtown revitalisation. Pictured: banner mockup.

Chinatown Neighbourhood Banners 唐人街挂幅 on Winnipeg Arts Council’s website *Teaser*  –

Bai Sun

Installation by Natalie Mark and Sharon Ma in Xpace’s window space.

Info and documentation on Xpace's website –
Read exhibition essay by Amanda Low –

Night 4 Zines

Night 4 Zines
was a publications-based event that acted as an alternative to traditional publishing launches. Organized by students, artists, and designers, a non-transactional space was provided for an informal book launch with community programming. Night 4 Zines was created with the intent to showcase traditionally uncentred voices and narratives within the Toronto self-publishing community.

DIY Love: Queer Knowledge & History: Then, Now, and Forever

DIY LOVE 2017 was a public wheat pasting workshop at Pride Toronto’s 2017 Street Fair in celebration of LGBTQ2S+ activist knowledge facilitated by a group of LGBTQ2S+ artists, designers, writers, and curators. With the intention of creating a wall that celebrates queer knowledge and history, parade goers had the opportunity to wheat paste using pre-made and donated posters, co-create with the posters, or simply make their own!