Wish150 Yukon Mosaic Souhait Mosaïque Yukon

Wish150 Yukon

We have powerful dreams. Our collective imagination is a source of hope, direction and inspiration to unlock a prosperous future. The Wish 150 mosaic is a national initiative created to bring together our communities and inspire for a better future through art and color. The Wish 150 Yukon Mosaic brings together works made by 14 different artists from across the Yukon Territory, to form a diverse mosaic in the shape of a Raven, the Yukon territorial bird. The strength of diversity is projected through various artists, aspirations, cultures, and mediums. The artists creatively express their identity, the aesthetics of their community, their perspectives and wishes for Canada in the next 150 years. Now it's your turn, what's your wish for Canada's 150?

About Us

Presented by TakingITGlobal and Maya Rosenberg.

TakingITGlobal (TIG) is one of the world's leading networks of young people learning about, engaging with, and working towards tackling global challenges. Our Vision is to encourage youth around the world to be actively engaged and connected in shaping a more inclusive, peaceful and sustainable world. Since our founding in 1999, we've been dedicated to our motto of "inform, inspire, and involve" which has become the pathway to action for our programs.

Maya Rosenberg is a Yukon based visual artist. She was Born and raised in Israel. She has traveled across the United States, Canada and Europe including New York where she was a part of an international circus project called "The Muse" as a set painter. She moved to Whitehorse in August 2014 and is currently a board director at the Yukon Arts Society, teaching painting workshops across the Yukon Territory, exhibiting in varied art galleries across Canada and coordinating visual arts events in the Yukon. Her work reflects the connections of people, cultures, art and nature, through colors.

Yukon Artists: Bio and Wishes

  • Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé
    We Came From Ice and Snow and So Shall We Remain My view may not be shared by many, but I will be very clear that my piece is not intended to be celebratory...
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  • Sarah Davidson
    Ever since I could hold a paintbrush, my mother let me explore the pleasure of colours and lines. It's in nature that I find the inspiration for my work. I spend much...
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  • Lea-Ann McNally
    I am an emerging artist with a BFA in Inter media-Cyber Arts from Concordia University. I am a process artist. I like to keep the material qualities of my work very broad...
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  • Elaine Louise Henderson
    I have been living in Dawson City, Yukon for the past 24 years. I have been a single parent to three children. I operate my own business in addition to having worked a...
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  • Meghann Meadowcroft
    Art has always been a passion and interest of mine. I enjoy learning about great artists and their influences, specifically Van Gogh. I love working with wet paints, texture...
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  • Heather Steinhagen
    Homegrown from Whitehorse, Yukon, Heather Steinhagen's Northern small town upbringing taught her the value of synchronicity with the planet and her elements. At a young...
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  • Deanna (Dee) Bailey
    Deanna (Dee) Bailey completed fine art and biology studies at the University of Alberta and the University of Lethbridge in 2007. She moved to the Yukon in 2010 for a...
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  • Virginie Hamel
    Virginie Hamel is a visual artist born in Quebec City. Her art work is inspired by dream, childhood memories and children's book illustration. She works with colored...
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  • Daniel Benjamin Gribben
    Ben is an artists from the Tahltan First Nations from BC, and have been living up in the Yukon since 2001. Ben began practicing first nations art at the Northern Cultural...
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  • Emilie DORY
    Emilie is a freelance photographer, writer, designer and also project manager for a non-profit association. She is an outdoorsy and came to photography almost 10 years ago...
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  • Rebecca Rique Law
    I believe that art has a way of giving a person a reason to pause and think about how they feel. My hearts desire is to use paint and color to motivate people to feel. To...
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  • Blake Nelson
    Blake Nelson Lepine was born and raised in Whitehorse, Yukon. He carries with him a rich blend of first nation cultures including; Tlingit, Han, and Cree. The Tlingit...
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  • Amber Church
    Amber is a mixed media artist, painter, installation artist, and designer who has called Yukon home for most of her life. She draws inspiration for her work from the...
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  • Madison Kays
    My name is Madison Kaysi. I am 12 years old and I live in Whitehorse Yukon.I am most inspired to do art by my Aunt Andria Pedlar, who has always given me the opportunity...
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