Art therapy can alleviate stress and perfectionist tendencies with mindful and intentional practice
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Art journaling: a self-made healing space
Messiness and imperfection are the keystones of this craft
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Chanel Miller and Eternity Martis discuss the power of healing through art
The pair of authors hosted the #StoriesSparkChange event over Zoom
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Exhibit challenges myths about the Canadian North
Canada’s identity as a northern nation has largely been shaped by the Group of Seven’s depictions of an uninhabited Canadian North. But an exhibit at Ryerson’s Modern Literature and Culture (MLC) Gallery is attempting to break down this northern narrative, which it says disregards Canada’s Inuit communities.
Most people have at least one object in their possession that holds sentimental value. Whether a family heirloom like an old ring or necklace, or something more mundane such as a favourite book, these treasured belongings hold special meaning to their owners. But people don’t often pause to consider the stories behind these objects.