“Looking for Invisible Lives and Fantastical Creatures”
by Mika Castro*
This graphic recording is a collaborative project emerging from work between Museum Queeries Research Assistant Mika Castro and graphic recording artist Devon Kerslake at the University of Winnipeg.
This project was originally published as a blog post that can be viewed on this page.
*Mika Castro is an undergraduate student at the University of Winnipeg who is currently majoring in sociology. She is interested in learning about the stories and lives of queer POC immigrants in Canada, most specifically how they navigate their queer identities between their Canadian and immigrant communities. She currently works as a Research Assistant with Museum Queeries.
This project was made possible through funding from the University of Winnipeg’s Knowledge Mobilization and Community Impact Award and from the SSHRC Canada Research Chair in Culture and Public Memory Research Program.