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Art in the Spotlight: Moya Garrison-Msingwana

image of artist Moya wearing a pale orange hoodie and blur patterned beanie with paint brushes tucked into the hat

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Art in the Spotlight: Moya Garrison-Msingwana

Tuesday, January 12, 4 pm
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Art in the Spotlight: Moya Garrison-Msingwana

Join us for a conversation with artist Moya Garrison-Msingwana about his work with Michael Nyarkoh.

Moya Garrison-Msingwana is a Toronto born artist and Illustrator with a BDES from OCAD University. Being of mixed background, Moya has a unique perspective on the world. With a large list of influences, his work explores many themes rooted in pop culture, the supernatural and the absurd. Subverting everything from simple daily interactions to social issues. Showing a deep infatuation with form and character his art whether zines, comics, murals, editorial illustrations, sculptures or doodles often features the human body and its relationship with the world around it. Proficient in traditional painting and digital rendering, his painterly and loose style is easily identifiable and engaging. Regardless of the media he attempts to establish a relatable, humorous and critical forum for diverse audiences.

Michael Nyarkoh is a Toronto based creative producer, working in publishing, fashion and culture, and co-founder of Tone Study magazine. He is obsessed with reading magazines, drinking cortados and people watching.

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