Memory Work engages with ethical and moral questions around care and labour across time (past, present, and future) to question what a feminine economy could be. Memory Work is a collaboration between At the Moment and foresight studio From Later, with contributions from Toronto racialize women.
I hosted an OPEN STUDIO at Miracle Thieves where we created Cards in theme of Valentines Day. If you have never been to an OPEN STUDIO’s before it is a chance in the week to come and unwind, have artful conversations and various creative outlets to just release – basically be in good company and/or […]
Koffler Gallery Off-Site presents a solo exhibition from emerging Toronto artist Erica Brisson, who engages audiences in an exploration of public space, identity and community through drawing and urban interventions. On from October 4th to November 11th 2012 from Wednesdays to Sunday 12pm to 6pm at Miracle Thieves located 249 Crawford Street. I am very […]
Calling all Fly Girls!!! Once a month join FLY LADY DI for a 2 hour dance class @Miracle Thieves The first edition was all about Rihanna “Where Have You Been All My Life Video” Stay tuned to the next edition. Now for less than two hours practice I think we all did a fantastic job! Watch […]
Snail mail anyone? I love receiving postcards and handwritten letters in the mail. To be honest, it doesn’t happen very often, but when it does I make sure I have a cup of tea ready and a comfy seat on the couch to curl up in! Something even better than reading snail mail is mailing […]
This is street fashion at its best; this short piece by The Guardian is about Mumbai Street Fashion. My dear friend Sharad Mohan found this very interesting piece via Ian Kamau’s blog and shared it with me. Here is a short synopsis of the video: “Street fashion blogger Manou goes on a sartorial adventure in Mumbai, tracing […]
It’s that time of year V-DAY is here!!! The best way to show your loved ones how you really feel is to craft up a an original hand made card. Take a look at a few cards I’ve been busy crafting up… Shout out to the ladies of Miracle Thieves and my sisters for inspiring […]
I recently discovered Toronto Subway Buttons at Miracle Thieves, each button represents the tile and wall patterns of the city’s subway stations. Go check out the buttons in person at Miracle Thieves or you can purchase them online at Spacing Store. My favorites are High Park and Dupont, two subway stops I have frequent most often.