We made it! You can now find Impractical Women’s Studies on iTunes.Read more
Is there anything you would like to change about yourself? Why?
I want to improve my stamina, not to be knocked down so easily. Art sensitized me to a point of fragility and this is a weakness. If I let my art consume me, I will not be a functioning person in society. It’s ironic how art is meant to bring out your soft side, but that can be the very thing that brings you down. It’s scary. I’m trying to be more conscious of how I feel when I’m creating.Read more
WE’RE HIRING – Join us in Toronto this summer for amazing opportunities in hosting events and workshops. With room to grow and learn, as well as creative freedom in developing your own ideas!
LOOKING FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE:
– practice self-care
– community oriented
– wellness oriented
I’d like to start this off in a humble fashion by saying I never really know what I’m talking about. Here, or anywhere. What I speak from is in a constant state of fluctuation that is based upon my deepest inquiries and the paths these thoughts take me on. But since I’ve been thinking so […]Read more
Eve is made by women for women. The empowerment comes full circle and all proceeds from these projects will go straight into making more of this work accessible to more women.
Eve The Zine shirts and hats can be found here and will be available to the public in 5 short days (April 1st)Read more
Appreciation is the lost aspect of acceptance. I have noticed an decrease in appreciation, and an increase in expectation. Not only of others, but in ourselves mainly. We have devalued what we give and do so much that when others want to appreciate that or give back we simply can’t fathom it. We expect so much of ourselves and appreciate so little of what we do.Read more
Our muscles do this crazy thing, where if they feel safe they relax. They can ease deeper into poses and we can gain more flexibility. Just with our minds. Our brain is a muscle – the same concept applies. We need spaces to feel safe being creative collaboratively without scrutiny and without structure. We need this to make better art, deeper connections, and stronger communities.Read more
Photography has a way of letting people in; you see things from a different perspective. Or sometimes, rarely, the exact same POV. The multitudes of our lives splayed out (or tucked away) to reveal all that we are, and perhaps some of what we are not.Read more
They are a reminder to stay balanced, and to honour the different cycles of the world and self, that often balance is not in the total equilibrium but in the ability to let these energies stay balanced in their own ebbs and flows. In their times of strength and weakness to support each other, like I must learn to do with myself.Read more
It took walking in the door to realize this studio was different… No one was hindered. Everyone looked comfortable. The people who were keeping to themselves had an air of relaxation instead of forced isolation. The teachers were happily chatting with the students. I realized, before even signing up, “holy shit this is a community. “Read more