Disabled Artist and Entrepreneur's Articles and Interviews
Investing in the Arts: Process over Production - Op Ed with Saskatchewan Arts Alliance
My take on policy changes for sexual assault and domestic violence survivors in Saskatchewan, Sask Justice needs to make immediately:
A Kindred Cities personal interview about my work and goals in Saskatchewan:
My concerns on how Saskatchewan’s Re-Opening Strategy could present risks for disabled workers:
The importance of hosting Regina City Council meetings during hours with transit access:
Advocating for transit access to seek evening service options in order to provide low income people with access to employment:
Presenting the potential to add an accessible transit hub to the City of Regina when they set plans to develop the past railyard area.
Discussing the impact moving businesses outside of transit limits imposes on marginalized access to employment in Regina:
Disability Advocacy Projects:
I came out with an interview to share my personal story as a sexual assault victim, to shed light on the high risk that people with disabilities face, and how it should be considered in policy development pertaining to ride-share agreements.
As a Podcast Guest, discussing disability advocacy goals in Saskatchewan:
I volunteered to share my story to support fundraising for Saskatchewan’s first seizure testing unit, currently doing a capital campaign with the Royal University Hospital Foundation in Saskatoon.
Carla Harris Consulting Projects:
Adapted Physical Activity Symposium, hosting their social campaigns and online registration process. This ad was on social and also placed on digital advertising around Regina
Accessible Radio Campaign ad for the National Campus and Community Radio Association, broadcast on all community and campus radio stations across Canada.
Personal projects as a Disabled Artist in Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan Arts Board highlighted my recent work on a social media campaign.
I was invited as a guest artist to perform at the Saskatoon Poetic Arts Festival of 2018
Performed as guest poet, reading poetry about recovering from sexual assault at these events:
Me, in my office, nuzzled into my cat, a 3 year old grey tabby who is looking away, like I'm boring.