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Reflections on personal journeys in the October 2021 Never Apart Magazine.

MESSIAH 2.0: THE GROWING OF A GOD / RELIGIONVIR.US

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MESSIAH 2.0 is the second transmission from the fourth mutation of [M]Dudeck’s queer religion and space opera, RELIGIONVIR.US. It features a series of transmedial hypericons…
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Wanted: Strong Woman

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“My work focuses on narratives where Black women get to be the heroes of their own stories. In Wanted: Strong Woman, I wanted to tell…
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êmîcêtôsêt-Many Bloodlines

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The film is a dual protagonist, character-driven story in which two women are on a path towards having a child together through the fertility treatment…
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Fall 2021 Never Apart Behind The Scenes Video

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Enjoy the behind the scenes of our Fall 2021 Campaign photo shoot, “Curtain Call” with photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga and model Tea Long. The art…
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On Location: Howl Arts/Howl Archive

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We visit the inaugural exhibition of Howl Arts / Howl Archive in New York City.
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Practice: Jeremy Young

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Practice is a series exploring sound that facilitates deep listening and meditative states.
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Collective Culture: Creative Conversations Episode 9

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In this episode of CC: Creative Conversations The Podcast, Keesha and Mouna sit down with cultural curator, producer, DJ and photographer, Kazeem Kuteyi
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Conversations with Our Relations: Duane Isaac

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Dolly Berlin (Indigiqueer/Bi+ mixed Ojibwe) chats with Two-Spirit and Indigequeer folks making waves in the arts. This month: Duane Isaac
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Radio Never Apart Episode 23: DJ Dickey Doo

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In this month’s Radio Never Apart podcast, hear how Berlin based DJ Dickey Doo found his way into after-hours clubs as a teenager and honed…
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Revolving Door

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“Worrying and fear-inducing, struggling to undo more than simply one’s own quilt, we reproduce, mirror, squeeze out what we sponged up in the years prior…
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Read The Room

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Writer Taysha Brown encourages us to look deeper at our behaviour on social media.
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