Our team is dedicated to guiding the digital strategy for your gallery, museum, or creative business.

We provide digital tools to create, refine, or transform your online or onsite experience – increasing audiences, connection to communities as well as increasing financial sustainability.

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Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun


Artist quote from Galleries West Magazine,c 2016

Yuxweluptun’s earliest formal education was at the Kamloops Indian Residential School. Remembering that period, he asks: “Do you know what the difference is between a residential school and a public school?” The answer: “There are no graveyards.” Black humour, so much a part of Yuxweluptun’s art, is linked to the pain and attendant anger of First Nations’ life in Canada.

After Yuxweluptun went to a public school for the first time, he asked his father why there was no graveyard. “My dad’s reply was, ‘No, they’re not like that.’ And that’s when I knew that there was something different in this country. Those were the kinds of events that were ongoing in my life – the kinds that were ongoing for all native people. Whatever they were experiencing, I was experiencing, especially in human rights.”

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun’s “Northwest Coast – Climate Change” was featured in McMichael’s Early Days exhibit

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Here’s how to start:

Step 1 – Contact us at info[email protected] or 416-857-2219 to assess and determine your top two target improvement areas.

Step 2 – Schedule a new client discovery call to determine your priorities for the first 3-6 months. Typically, client priorities involve projects content creation, data analytics, or revenue development.

Step 3 – Based on the pre-determined scope of work and priorities, we present you with a project plan that involves your team. 

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