MASC is PROUD to celebrate our artists during Pride Month!

MASC was originally founded over 30 years ago by two women artists who were life partners and believed deeply in the value of arts education. Today, MASC continues its commitment to supporting artists across the 2SLGBTQ+ spectrum. We are proud to work with queer and transgender artists who bring their passion and creativity to schools and communities.

Aurora Jade – Indigenous visual arts
Jennifer Cayley – Storytelling
Makhena Rankin Guérin (Indigenous Experiences) – Hoop dancing
Brad Lafortune – Métis jigging
Deidre Hierlihy – Visual Arts
Renata Soutter (Propeller Dance) – Inclusive contemporary dance
Lola Ryan – Dance
Zoey Roy – Hip hop, spoken word, songwriting