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ASSOCIATED ARTISTS

 

Leena Raudvee

WIA Projects Collective, ARTIFACTS Co-Artistic Director

Leena Raudvee is a Toronto-based visual and performance artist. She has performed for festivals, in galleries, and on the street. In 2006, she presented "the fear of pleasure" at the Collisions Symposium in Victoria B.C., remounting it with a photographic installation in 2009 at the CWSE. In 2008, she exhibited “Storm 2”, performance-based collages and photographs at the Fleishman Gallery in Toronto. Leena Raudvee curates exhibitions, facilitates and assists with programs, and designs exhibition catalogues for WIAprojects.

 

Mary Wright

WIA Projects Collective

Jamaican-born Canadian author Mary Wright is a singer, writer, poet, songwriter, and mother of four beautiful children. Mary’s accomplishments not only embody raising four children as a single mother but also include: her studies of Voice and Music Theory at the Royal Conservatory of Music; acting in theatre and films; and publishing three books of poetry and a novel. She also released a CD of spiritual and inspirational songs called The Shadow in 2002, and launched a children’s book calledHow Miriam Met Her Shadow in the spring of 2004. She continues to work tirelessly hosting, performing, and sharing her experiences through the written and fine arts for numerous social-cultural benefits. Mary resides in Toronto where she is currently working on two novels, her fourth book of poetry, and the second installation of her children’s book. As an ongoing collective member of WIAprojects she advises, acts as a mentor, and facilitates workshops and programming.

 

 

 

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