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Zee is a “Maker Educator”from Vancouver BC. She has been involved in the Maker Education Initiative since the first Vancouver Mini Maker Faire event 8 years ago. Zee is also the co-founder of the MakerMobile: a mobile hackspace and the Magic Trout Imaginarium: a mobile classroom in a tiny house Read More
Jennifer Brown is a teacher librarian & ESL/Special Education teacher in the Peel District School Board in Brampton, Ontario. In her role at a new K to 8 dual track school, Jennifer has the tremendous pleasure of co-constructing the library learning commons right from scratch. Since beginning her teaching career Read More
Toronto-based queer multidisciplinary artist, activist and educator. Their work spans various media including photography, street art, fibre art, printmaking, drawing and painting. Kat volunteers with local arts-based initiatives and collaborates with other disabled artists on projects promoting visibility, accessibility and inclusion for chronically ill and disabled individuals.
Sorlie Madox (University of Toronto B.A. – Japanese Studies; OCAD B.F.A. – Ceramics + Metalsmithing) I am a cartoonist-artist-writer-scholar-chajin-queer-patient-potter-craftsperson-designer. Since MS has put me in a wheelchair, these formerly fixed things have become moving targets that I race to catch and reincorporate into my life as a maker.
Having joined the OCAD U PHASE Lab in 2014 when working on a collaborative research project on neural imaging, Marcus began to use his design and photography skills in an art research capacity. He was the founder and creative director of Studio Diversity, a freelance design collective which he managed Read More