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Redefining the
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  • Close-up photo of an individual’s hands arranging various wildflowers.

    To the Table, 2018. Photo by Zoë Gemelli. Digital collage by Anna Camilleri.

  • Image of a colourful design sketch that includes a phoenix, a deer, arms shackled with rope, a broken chain link fence, hands forming the shape of a heart, and the sun beaming overtop a large river streaming into a mountain range. Interwoven between the imagery are the phrases, “no one is left behind,” and “nobody fails here.”

    Rays of Resistance - design sketch by Anna Camilleri. PASAN, 2017.

  • Photo of a mosaic that contains three separate scenes of blossoming flowers all connected by a long, curved mosaic bottomed with pebbles that mimics a water system.

    Street Health Growth Mural, 2018. Lead Design by Wy Joung Kou. Photo by Zoë Gemelli.

  • Photo of multiple suspended jars holding various twigs, sprigs, soil, and flower bulbs.

    Drift Seeds - Becoming by Anna Camilleri, Winchester Park, 2017. Photo by Zoë Gemelli.

  • Close-up photo of half of a pebble mosaic on a concrete surface.

    Milestone - mosaic frame during casting process, 2017. Photo by Zoë Gemelli.

  • Close-up photo of a neighbourhood diorama focused on an individual with a guide cane next to a bridge.

    May I Take Your Arm? at Cahoots Theatre, 2018. Photo by Zoë Gemelli.

Promotional poster for the Digital Stories: Building Cultures of Consent event. Image features a background photo of a river reflecting the sky and clouds above, and includes graphic elements such as white cubes and curved purple lines.

Photo by Katie Yealland. Graphic Design by Wy Joung Kou.

DIGITAL STORIES: Cultures of Consent

ReDefine Arts looks forward to presenting DIGITAL STORIES: Building Cultures of Consent, an online showcase of digital art connected to our rural Ontario arts projects which are rooted in action to end gender-based violence through art-making and community-building.
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ReDefine Arts is rooted in artistic practices that embed and cultivate social engagement and collaboration.

Working with, and within, a network of community partnerships, RDA creates opportunities for art-making, presentation, and mentorship that advance disability justice, collective liberation, and artistic innovation.

ReDefine Arts has directly engaged 10,000+ contributors in the creation of 35 community-engaged public artworks; produced 8 original interdisciplinary performances; toured to more than 20 urban and rural Canadian communities; and created 40 paid internship positions for emerging artists.

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