Daniel Innes is an artist based in Toronto, who has exhibited in solo and group shows in Toronto and New York. While Daniel primarily focuses on painting and installation work, his portfolio also includes textile design, graphic design, tattooing, and sign painting. His work has attracted an array of clients that include commissioned work for Minnow Bathers and Toronto Metropolitan University.
Daniel is currently setting up an artist residency in western Japan and working on two new books.
Christina Wong is an interdisciplinary artist based in Toronto, primarily working as a playwright and writer, who also dabbles in sound installations, audio documentaries, community oral history projects, and photography. Themes of loss and its many iterations, memory, and the portrayal of everyday life have been running threads in her work.
Her plays have been performed at Factory Studio, Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace, Palmerston Library Theatre, Ernest Balmer Studio, and The Courtyard at Bonnie Stuart. Her play, A Song For Tomorrow, was published in the Maple Tree Literary Supplement and was included in fu-GEN’s The 49 List: 49 Plays by Women of Colour That You Can Program Tomorrow, an initiative of fu-GEN Theatre Company’s Walk the Walk: National Festival of Asian Canadian Women. Her work has also appeared in TOK Magazine (Diaspora Dialogues), Spacing, the Toronto Star, at the Toronto Public Library, the Gladstone Hotel’s Art Hut, and on CJRU 1280AM.