JUNE 2017
EMILIA-AMALIA chapbooks launch at the Toronto Art Book Fair, featuring my short essay, I Am Not Here to Be Who I Already Am

Reading an excerpt from Red Spot Nights and joining a panel discussion on the anthology Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer at Toronto Reference Library

Black Men and Me screens
in 7a*md8 On-Screen, a collection of performances designed specifically for the camera by local, national and international artists.

Black Men and Me
screens in CFMDC’s Local Heroes Retrospective at Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival. 

MAY 2017

Reconstructing Blackness: Michèle Pearson Clarke on Portraiture and Identity, a workshop at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography on May 9th

Red Spot Nights, a short personal essay published in Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer, an anthology by Coach House Books

APRIL 2017
I’m Thinking of Ending Things, commissioned by the Robert McLaughlin Gallery and on view in the exhibition, Visitor Information, curated by Linda Jansma and Jayne Wilkinson, opening April 29 and running until September 19, 2017 at the RMG in Oshawa.

Recipient of Ontario Arts Council Visual Arts Project grant

MARCH 2017
All That is Left Unsaid on view in the exhibition, Fugitive Desires, curated by Chandra Frank and opening on March 3 and running until April 28, 2017 at 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning in London, UK

DMG/Studio Visit Artist Lecture, March 16 at Doris McCarthy Gallery, Scarborough, ON

All That is Left Unsaid screens at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, March 21-26

All That is Left Unsaid on view in the exhibition, All That is left unsaid / at the very point where words fail us, curated by Sally Frater and opening on February 24 and running until April 8, 2017 at Centre [3] for Print and Media Arts in Hamilton

Commissioned writer for EMILIA-AMALIA Session VII: How to Ask a Question, part of a series produced by an exploratory working group that employs practices of citation, annotation, and autobiography as modes of activating feminist art, writing and research practices.


It’s Good to Be Needed on view in the exhibition, Universal Loss, opening on January 21 and running until February 18, 2017 at Gallery 101 in Ottawa