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Agathe Leroy

Montreal, QC

Agathe (she/her/elle) is a French-Siberian special education teacher, artist, facilitator and community organizer. She grew up in Hong Kong and is currently based in Tiohtià:ke, also known as Montréal. Agathe is passionate about creating a bridge between people and resources, especially financial and art-related resources. She is currently Collective 4891's finance coordinator and Yiara's francophone editor.

Nomad Art Tool Library

Nomad Art Tool Library is a creative art tool library based in Tiohtià:ke, Montréal. We provide materials, tools, and instructions on how to explore new hands-on art forms. Skill-sharing, material-sharing, accessibility, self-care, and community-care are at the root of all warm, loving, inclusive and blossoming communities. Nomad Art Tool Library is a Collective 4891 project.

About this Project

Communities Served

My project will involve and/or impact the following communities:

  • At risk youth & children
  • Refugees & newcomers
  • Persons with disabilities
  • Racial or visible minorities
  • Vulnerable individuals (e.g. those experiencing addiction, abuse)
  • Multi-barrier populations

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

When it comes to community impact projects, the UN has created 17 Sustainable Development Goals. These are the Sustainable Development Goals associated with my project.

  • SDG 1: No poverty
  • SDG 4: Quality education
  • SDG 10: Reduced inequalities

How the project works

We strive to foster critical conversations, provide accessible and inclusive mental-health craft activities and offer people their first art paid-experience - through our many events and our yearly zine project.

Project Impact

We provide materials, tools, and instructions on how to explore a new form of hands-on art forms in order to promote positive mental health practices and community-care gatherings.

Project Mission

We create a supportive, inclusive, creative, lovely and loving community, build and heal communities, and shift culture for the better.

Project Team

Our team is made of seven amazing humans who are passionate about creating caring communities through artistic practices!