Who We Are
Jennifer Schine is a sound artist, broadcaster, and community-engaged researcher whose work explores the oral histories and soundscapes of coastal British Columbia. She is a member of The Kingcome Collective, a place-based arts initiative that creates and promotes art for both for Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. Jenni is a big fan of public engagement and has extended her academic work into film, radio, electroacoustic composition, and installations. She has produced for CBC’s Ideas series and was selected to attend the 2016 & 2018 WNYC Women’s Podcast Festival in New York City. Jenni teaches sound courses in both urban and rural environments, and is currently developing an artist residency at the Salmon Coast Field Station Society. She is grateful to learn from the many knowledge holders in the traditional territories where she works and plays.
Jay White's installations have exhibited internationally and his animated shorts have won awards internationally. Through collaborative works, films, comics, performative walks, animation, and sculptural installation, Jay aims to share lessons he learns from other animals, the water, and the land. Recent projects include a collaborative twenty-foot map of a creek in Matsqui, a solo show at Modern Fuel in Kingston (2017), and a Coyote Walk installation and performance in Amish Morell’s Outdoor School group exhibition (2016). Jay teaches creative development, storytelling and filmmaking courses at Emily Carr University. He currently lives in Nexwlélexm / Bowen Island.