James Fowler is an artist and curator based in Toronto. He has a fulltime studio practice and is a member of The Red Head Gallery, a well-established artist collective and gallery in Canada.
Fowler is a member of the Nipissing Regional Curatorial Collective and is a founding member of Nuit Rose, a queer focused performance and art festival. He has co-curated the Church Street Mural Project and curated the annual 10X10 Photography Project for ten years, showcasing LGBTQ+ Canadians in the arts. He has written articles for Akimbo, produced ten photography books, and organized exhibitions at the Gladstone Hotel, The Art Gallery of Mississauga, and the ArQuives.
As a speaker and educator, Fowler has given talks and led workshops on social media for artists and designers. He has consulted with arts and cultural organizations on best practices and created a social media course for OCAD University’s continuing education program.
Fowler has taken part in artist residencies, retreats, workshops, and exchanges, and his artwork can be found in various private, public, and corporate collections.
Mark Gleberzon is an OCADU Honours and scholarship graduate and professional artist. He has over thirty years of creating, showcasing and selling his multi-media work in art galleries, indoor and outdoor shows and trade fairs throughout Canada, the U.S., Japan and France. He owned and managed his own art gallery, MJG Gallery, in 2011-2015
His work can be found on every continent and has additionally been featured in print media, TV shows and lots of notice on social media. Mark’s series of works include his painting and photography, often blurring the lines between both mediums. Mark has offered several lecture series at Ryerson University, through the LIFE Institute, called “Musings of the Art World”. And now works full time at Waddington’s Auctioneers and Appraisers in Toronto.