Our Writers


Hannah Hickli

Hannah is a biology student with a curiosity for the evolution and diversity of living things. While research is one side to knowing, another is feeling, and that is the purpose art serves in her life. Her main focus in creative and reflective writing is film. She is a settler on the unceded territory of the Lkwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples.

Miray Eroglu

Miray holds a B.A. in Art History, French and Medieval Studies from McGill University and is completing her M.A. in Art History and Archaeology at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. At McGill, Miray served as co-editor-in-chief of Canvas, McGill's Journal of Art History and Communication Studies from 2018-19. Currently she is an editor for Lapis Journal and an intern in the Islamic Art Department at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Anya Kowalchuk

Anya is a writer from Toronto. She obtained her B.A. in Art History from McGill University in Montreal where she currently resides, and works at the Museum of Jewish Montreal as the development and community engagement coordinator.

Mariah Lamont-Lennox

Mariah is an artist and writer living in Toronto. She holds a B.A. in Art History from McGill University. 

Nicholas Raffoul

Nicholas is finishing a B.A. in Art History at McGill University, and currently serves as Co-Editor-in-Chief of Canvas, the McGill Journal of Art History and Communication Studies. 

Quinn Venable 

Quinn Venable is a first-year master's student at York University studying art history and curatorial studies. Her interests include abstract expressionism, surrealism and colour field painting in relation to spirituality and religion. She is intrigued in the affect produced by artists such as Mark Rothko, and how their work fosters transformative experiences for viewers. Quinn and her partner also run a small vintage clothing store on Instagram called @qecloset. After graduation she hopes to continue to grow her store and work within a gallery space, while seeking long-term peace and happiness. 

 

We're always looking for new writers! If you're interested in writing for Sweetpea Gallery's editorial segment, please send an email to hello@sweetpeagallery.ca