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RSJ Radio Features 2016

Women in Toronto’s art community get the support they deserve, from each other

sydney.mcinnis November 22, 2016 11


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Women’s creative work has been delegitimized since, well, the beginning of time. Or at least since people have been distributing their art with one another.

Now, we see circles of women growing. We see fully feminine artistic communities blossoming. We hear women’s names being taken seriously, but do these women still feel delegitimized?

We spoke to Victoria Long in the first episode of our podcast “GIRLTALK”, who’s shown below. She’s a Toronto filmmaker.

Victoria, a Toronto Filmmaker, spoke to us about being a woman in the arts industry on Saturday.
Victoria, a Toronto filmmaker, spoke with us about being a woman in the arts industry.

Embroidery, film, and curating are the primary areas of art we explored. We spoke to Brianna Hoy and Pam Lobb about these mediums and roles at Graven Feather, the gallery that they work together at.

You can click below and give our podcast a listen.

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