STUDIO COLLECTIVE

Illustrator

BECCA TOBIN

Becca is a visual artist and cartoonist from the UK. They make dreamy psychedelic paintings and stories exploring community, queerness, nightmares and food among other things.  They are currently working on a sci fi comic and a series of sculptures and paintings, they enjoy long walks. 

Sculptor

HANNAH DUNCAN

Hannah Duncan is an artist who is a carpenter and joiner by trade. She is interested in exploring both meteriality and form of utlitarian found objects. Hannah is currently producing work to demonstrate similarities and differences between the elitist real estate market and gallery art. She works primarily in the mediums of sculpture and photography. Her sculptural work is greatly influenced by her recent experiences working in collaboration with artists Kevin Shmidt & Samuel Roy-Bois. Hannah's work displays a consistent theme of practicality while utilizing narratives that analyze human connection in its entirety.

Multidisciplinary

DIANA LUPIERI

Diana Lupieri is an illustrator and maker in Vancouver, BC. She is interested in building community and re learning how to look at the world through art. 

Illustrator

JILLIAN JUSTINE BROOKS

Jillian is originally from Fort McMurray, Alberta. She's been residing in Vancouver for the last 12 years, creating work from Illustrations to Paintings that reflect her creative sense of humor. Her project Métis Bannock Queen raises funds for nonprofits in Vancouver. 

Illustrator

KINSEY DEAKIN

Becca is a visual artist and cartoonist from the UK. They make dreamy psychedelic paintings and stories exploring community, queerness, nightmares and food among other things.  They are currently working on a sci fi comic and a series of sculptures and paintings, they enjoy long walks. 

Performer Media Arts

MILY MUMFORD

A dancer, musician, writer and director for film, theatre and multimedia and an MSc. researcher at Simon Fraser University in interactive technology. Her creative work explores the intersections between arts and sciences in exploring the human condition. She runs the Nebula Theatre Company and has previously activated the JBG for events.

Ceramicist

JULIA CZUBERNAT

Julia is building up her production pottery practice while at the JBG. Her worked is informed by nature and connected to the earth. She helps co-lead the ceramics studio at the JBG.

Artist and Designer

ROAN LEMON

Roan (they/it) is a two spirit Nehiyaw/Métis/Ojibwe/white artist and designer whose work is rooted in transition states, thresholds, ecology and temporality. Their work in these spans mediums across interactive wearables, textiles, soft robotics, installation, beading, quilling, leather tanning, new media, gardening, sound, game design, co-creation sessions and performance, book and other print media. 

Experimental Filmmaker

NISHA PLATZER

Drawn to vibrant shades, moon sparkles, and the melding of sounds and imagery that you can dream and drown in, Nisha likes to play with film and photography through handmade processes.  Nisha Platzer was a previous resident of the JBG in 2015-16. 

Experimental Animator

LIANNE ZANNIER

An experimental animator primarily working with hand-drawn animation. Her animations often explore how movement is felt and perceived through manipulating the rules and frameworks of both animation and cinema.

Multidisciplinary

ATIRON

A non binary indigenous multi disciplinary creative.

Interdisciplinary

NOEMI BIEL

Noemi is a multidisciplinary artist who is originally from Edmonton, Alberta. She is a First Generation Canadian whose parents immigrated from Poland. Noemi graduated from Parsons School of Design in NYC with a BFA majoring in illustration. She now resides in Vancouver, where she draws, paints, writes, works digitally, and found a love for ceramics after not being able to find unique pots for her plants. She now co-leads the ceramics studio at the JBG. 

Ceramicist

JODI MUZYLOWSKI

Jodi has been at the JBG for nearly three years. She works at the CBC and makes sculptural ceramics work in her free time. 

Ceramicist

RACHEL KIRKPATRICK

Rachel runs the studiospace at Beaumont Studios and is delving into production pottery.  She is the head of a toastmasters chapter and a board member at the JBG. 

Ceramicist

MARY KIM

Mary Kim is a ceramic artist originally from Calgary, Alberta. She currently resides in Vancouver, creating quirky functional and sculptural forms with clay as her primary medium. Mary also paints on various surfaces; paper, canvas, and wood. Her themes are that of monsters, animals, and robots. All of her pieces have evidence of the handmade, with a sense of fun and whimsy. 

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