Hi, I'm Marvin. While I'm self-isolating, I've been building a lot of Lego. Here are some of the creations I've come up with: shabbat candles that I took to my friend who is in a long-term care home; a helicopter that has a computer that can go up and down; and several buildings. I also started a radio show called Legopo Radio Show. You can listen to the first episode here. First, I tell you a joke while you get a pen and paper. Then, I tell you the materials you will need. W
Hannah Smit, a student in Nael Bhanji's gender studies class at Trent, has created these three beautiful pieces of art around various activisms. Read move about each piece below, and check out the Student Brilliance corner for more student creativity. Painting One This painting represents the transnational climate work, particularly the climate strike which occurred globally. The large figures represent some of the more prominent individuals who have been leaders in the clima
Here are two more pieces from queer, nonbinary, Disabled artist Derek Newman-Stille's show Body-ody-ody. Both of these pieces, Behind the Facade and Community Erasure, are informed by a DisArts/Artivism perspective and are meant to highlight marginalised communities that Newman-Stille is part of. Read more about each of these pieces and the Body-ody-ody show below. Behind the Facade As someone who has a spinal injury that causes chronic pain, I regularly find I have to mask o
Alex (8 years old) has started Dogcast, a weekly illustrated podcast about dogs, to keep all her friends and family company and help you learn about dogs at the same time. Check out the third episode on golden retrievers.