NEW | Koffler.Digital
GWEN BENAWAY & KATHERENA VERMETTE | A hilarious conversation between two Métis writers on the topic of womanhood, history and process.
BOUNDLESS QUESTIONS II | Nicole Collins & Tannis Nielsen discuss artmaking in the grieving process & art that engages with existential questions.
IN MY MOTHER TONGUE | Newcomer youth from 4 language communities express themselves through poetry in their mother tongue.
UPCOMING | DIASPORA
A publication inspired by José Luis Torres' upcoming Koffler Gallery exhibition
José Luis Torres, Mutations, 2015.
KOFFLER.DIGITAL is a program of the Koffler Centre of the Arts that provides a virtual space where artists working in the field of New Media/New Genres are able to create, experiment and develop new work; and where conversation and dialogue between artists, activists and creatives is encouraged and documented. Koffler.Digital is committed to the intersection of social justice and artistic practice that is central to the mandate of the Koffler Centre of the Arts. We collaborate with artists, authors and individuals whose work engages issues affecting marginalized communities; who explore injustice and who look to spur constructive change and dialogue in regard to the current socio-political climate. | Learn More