Justine Woods: Re-stitching Alternative Worlds of Love

Date: Wednesday, April 3
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Fee: FREE – Registration required

As the winter exhibition cycle comes to a close, join Justine Woods for a discussion of her creative practice centred around Indigenous fashion and garment-making.

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Headshot of Justine Woods.

Justine Woods (she/her) is a garment artist, designer, creative scholar, and educator. She is a Doctoral Candidate in the Media and Design Innovation practice-based Ph.D. program at Toronto Metropolitan University. Justine’s research and design practice centres Indigenous fashion and garment-making as practice-based methods of inquiry toward re-stitching alternative worlds that prioritize Indigenous resurgence and liberation. Justine was born and raised in Tiny, Ontario, and is a member of the Georgian Bay Métis Community (St. Onge and Berger-Beaudoin families). Her ancestors come from Drummond Island and were relocated in 1828 to Penetanguishene, Ontario where they built diasporic roots with their kin and community that continue to hold strong to this present day.