This project marks the first of its kind designed, organized, and curated by the Art History and Communication Studies Graduate Student Association (AHCS GSA) at McGill University. The organizing committee hopes it will serve as a launching point for future such events and a continued department publication.
Working within a feminist, anti-oppressive framework, committee members endeavour to provide an intersectional representation of this year’s theme, While No One Was Looking, and foster an environment that is inclusive of all artists, magazine contributors, and exhibition guests. We rely on intercultural networking, collaboration, and creative design to achieve these goals.
All project planning occurs during committee meetings. Participation is completed on a volunteer-basis, with tasks taken up by members with related experience, or interest in developing a new skill. The organizing committee represents a group of like-minded individuals who embrace an intersectional and collaborative practice of feminism.
Sofia Misenheimer (Communication Studies), Sandra Evoughlian (Art History), Lindsay Corbett (Art History), Joana Joachim (Art History), and Victoria Lessard (Art History)