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George Cho.

George Cho's deconstructed pottery takes a new perspective on tradition

Pottery may be one of the oldest art forms, but ceramics artist George Cho is breathing new life into the practice, infusing it with contemporary notions of deconstruction while embracing tradition and craftsmanship. 

Colin Bruce Anthes.

Artists in the GTA: Colin B. Anthes finds himself as an accidental raconteur

Colin Bruce Anthes has jammed a lot into his mere 26 years on the planet. Despite significant setbacks, the golf junior master, actor and theatre company director always maintained his vision: to tell stories that matter to audiences.

Sage Paul.

Artists in the GTA: Sage Paul's wearable art has an indigenous twist

Sage Paul's wearable art transcends the line between what's synthetic and real, combining aboriginal regalia with cutting-edge fashion that challenges the mainstream.

Tazeen Qayyum (Drawing performance at the the Art Gallery of Mississauga).

Artists in the GTA: Tazeen Qayyum's miniatures tell bigger political stories

Tazeen Qayyum’s evocative painting ranges from sly political commentary to the personal stories of the unheard. The Oakville contemporary miniature artist makes a big statement with the tiniest of brushes, pursuing an art she learned in her native Pakistan.

Sonia Sakamoto-Jog

Artists in the GTA: Reel Asian's Sonia Sakamoto-Jog brings business savvy to the nonprofit world

This Rotman MBA thought she was on her way to a career in management consulting. But Sonia Sakamoto-Jog's passion for film dropped her in a more glamorous and more complex milieu. 
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