Crossing Communities Art Project

17. MacCormackhip-hop


From 2007-2011 I facilitated workshops with various communities of marginalized women and youth.  As artist in residence at Crossing Communities Art Project in Winnipeg, I facilitated the production of many individual and group artworks and videos. The projects address the interests and personal narratives of the participants while introducing new skills and concepts of art making.  Some reoccurring themes in the women’s works were addictions, sexual abuse, overcoming obstacles, being transgendered, aboriginal issues, and violence against women. Through Crossing, I also facilitated video and art workshops with youth from the Nadinawe Centre, Gilbert Park and for The Urban Hip-Hop Project, as well as facilitating the creation of content for the NFB funded web project entitled Looking In Speaking Out.  Some of the works I created with the women and youth were later presented in The Aboriginal Film Festival in Winnipeg, Imaginative film festival in Toronto, as well as the National Museum of the American Indian in NY.

16. MacCormack





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related subjects : 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, activism, anti-capitalist, collaborations, community, criminalization, feminism, institutional critique, intervention, mental health, painting, performance, police violence, pop culture, poverty, queer, sexual assault, site-specific, text, transgender, video, Youth