Yard - Tracey Prehay. A black and white repeat pattern inspired by the Jamaican flag is striking and symbolic.
Miskeen - Sage. I've included patterns that are similar to those found on a traditional Somali Dirac.
Everyday - Amirah Star. Sure, the cloud's shape the day While the leaves shape shift and fall like prey.
Moons and Waves - O.Shae. I feel so much peace basking in the serenity of Scarborough's waterfront, and watching the waves caress or crash against the rocks at Scarborough Bluffs or Port Union's waterfront.
History Repeats Itself - Nay Unapologetic. My most authentic self emerges amidst the transformative act of creation.
Interstellar Prismatic Compass - Mahlikah The Moonrise Poet. This creation, Interstellar Prismatic Compass, pays homage to my Intergenerational Afro-Indigenous, Black Loyalist roots.
noogda nat be salkhu, rukhew agaynkhu - Niya Ahmed Abdullahi. “noogda nat be salkhu, rukhew agaynkhu”, is a love letter to the journey.
The Noble Ones - Sarah Waithe. My identity is a tapestry woven from my Moroccan and Trinidadian roots. Through my art, I weave a narrative that reconnects me to my family's history and tradition. The pattern I have crafted serves as a visual representation of my indigenous Moroccan lineage, conveying a story of tranquility and unity.
We Go Forward - Kofi Frempong. Each symbol laden with cultural and philosophical significance. Adinkrahene, symbolizing unity and interconnectedness, forms the foundation, reminding us of the inherent oneness binding all existence.