Are you an Indigenous student and artist who would be interested in being featured in an upcoming look-book/magazine created by and for Indigenous students?
Emily DuBois Brooks is working alongside OUSA as the Special Projects Intern this summer, and she is also an Indigenous undergraduate student at Wilfrid Laurier. She is creating and executing a look-book/magazine which will act as a creative platform designed to represent and celebrate Indigenous student artists from universities across Ontario.
The look-book/magazine is designed to shout-out Indigenous student’s creations, provide a platform for students to share where individuals can further support them and their art, connect Indigenous student artists through the project to support and celebrate within our student communities, as well as to encourage Indigenous representation, pride, and celebration within an academic and social culture for all the beautiful ways we create and express ourselves.
If you are interested in being a featured artist in this look-book/magazine, please email Emily at [email protected] to get connected for more information (please connect with her as soon as you can, as there are limited features available for this particular project and it is a first come first serve basis).