The conference is getting closer and closer, but we still have even more exciting and inspiring speakers to introduce! This time we will feature another participant of Wednesday’s Learning from “Visual Artists’ Resilience Techniques: Collaboration & Persistence” session: Elisha Lim!
Elisha Lim is a queer and transgender story-teller, comic illustrator, claymation filmmaker and graphic novelist – and has produced award winning short films, book tours, solo and group exhibits, curatorial projects and the launch of an annual Montreal art festival called “Qouleur.” The thread between all of these is Elisha’s driving passion to build pride, space and solidarity for queers who are Black, Indigenous and people of colour. Elisha holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Criticism and Curatorial Practice at OCAD University and a Masters in English Literature from the University of Toronto.
this interview with Lim about the ‘100 Butches’-exhibit (2009)
or find more out about Lim’s 100 Crushes book (2014) here