Paul Sabyan

Paul Sabyan is a Visual Arts teacher at St Joseph’s College School . He has a diploma in industrial design, and a diploma in Material Arts from Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario. BFA from OCADU university and a BED from York University. For the past 7 years has been teaching the Native Arts and Culture course and has participated with his students in 6 Nuit Blanche projects some with an Indigenous focus. He spends his time both in Toronto and his beautiful farm in Prince Edward County. He shares his life with his beautiful wife Maria , daughter Elizabeth and his dog Serena.

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Remembering Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirited People on October 4th

Posted by Paul Sabyan on October 5, 2019


For the past few years, my school community school community at St. Joseph’s College School in downtown Toronto has recognized October the 4th as a day to honour the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirited People.  Since 2017, our school community has worked collectively to use art and activism to spread awareness around this day in hopes of creating change. This is an important issue to us; being a school for girls and young women, gendered violence resonates particularly with our student population.

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Topics: Art, Choosing to Participate, Indigenous, student activism, mmiwg


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