Being. Multicultural. Aware | Chubby Art Party

Cainne is the founder of Cubby Art Party, an arts collective that celebrates art and the people who create it.

We hear of Cubby Art Party’s humble beginnings as a labour of love, through to receiving grant funding for special projects and events, including enabling them to publish Cubby Art Party’s first arts magazine.

Cainne highlights personal experience of how images of People of Colour are used without permission, and speaks of giving, and withdrawing, consent, as well as examples of the complexities in enabling accessibility for many people in the community.

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