Kelowna-raised Jayce Salloum lived the dream as a photographer in New York, but chose to return to B.C. and push for the rights of marginalized Canadians to show their work and share their stories. In Megaphone #153, we talk with the Govenor-General award-winning artist about his boundary-pushing art.
Radical Art: Jayce Solloum on building community through creative process
Also in this issue: what Vancouver can learn from the municipal housing strategies of Vienna, Hong Kong, and Toronto; writer and vendor Neil Benson waxes poetic on the power of Megaphone's writing workshops; we mark the release of our annual Voices of the Street poetry issue with an invitation to the launch party on April 30; the city credits its rental standards database for a 75 per cent reduction in tenancy violations; and much more!