education

The Magic Trout Imaginarium Open House is happening October 3rd at Trout Lake Community Centre


September 21, 2015 0 comments education, events

I’m excited to announce that I will be joining forces with Zee Kesler and Francoise Thibault as an artist in resident at the Magic Trout Imaginarium, a Tiny Community Centre (TCC) built by Zee. After 2 years in the making, the TCC recently moved to … Continued

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I’ll be speaking about Learning through Textiles at Curiosity Collider at Cafe Deux Soliels on August 19th @ 8pm


August 17, 2015 0 comments education, events, Speaking, textiles

I’ve been invited to share a bit about my artistic practice and how my experiences engaging with the maker community have led to new personal discoveries around intrinsic motivation, community building, deeper engagement with scientific concepts, and respect for textiles and the culture of textile … Continued

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Theremin and Laptop Ensemble Mentorships at VIVO Media Arts Centre


July 31, 2015 0 comments education, events

This past summer, I received funding from the TELUS Community Board to create a youth mentorship series and build the laptop ensemble and Vancouver Experimental Theremin Orchestra on behalf of VIVO Media Arts Centre. Check out the videos from the … Continued

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Featured Artists from Youth Engagement program at VIVO


April 2, 2015 0 comments education, events

This past November, I was lucky enough to receive funding to co-create a youth mentorship program at VIVO Media Arts Centre. Participants learned about the pragmatic side of being an artist, and worked with established artists to put on an … Continued

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On science and spirituality


February 10, 2014 4 comments education, evolution, SCIENCE!, spirituality

After listening to the Bill Nye/Ken Ham debate, I wrote this down: Creationism positioned in a way that denies evolution can exist if God created the earth is ridiculous. There is room for spirituality in science. There is a lot … Continued

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To teach you have to learn. To learn, you have to love. Without love, it’s impossible.


January 13, 2014 0 comments education, Inca philosophy

On the way to Puno we stopped off at Raqchi, an Inca site that served primarily as a “Tambo”, or lodging house for travellers. The guide walked us through the site and discussed a bit about what it meant to … Continued

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