OUR MISSION

Through all content and programming, our aim is to generate intergenerational and interdisciplinary conversations/knowledge sharing by highlighting the embodied experiences of BIPOC communities.

What is Collective Culture? 

Co-founded by Keesha Chung in 2016, Collective Culture is a platform that celebrates the voices of BIPOC creatives within and beyond Canadian borders through the collaborative development of multidisciplinary programming and content.

What we do

  • Event production and consultation 

  • Event moderation 

  • Content development, production, and consultation

Our Collaborators

OUR TEAM

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KEESHA CHUNG

Co-Founder, Collective Culture

(Photo by Willy Verse)

Nicolas André is a writer, student, and professional model. Originally from the Laurentides region of Quebec, he has recently moved to Montreal. There, he occasionally visited his grandmother, who often used her Macaroni au Gratin as a Trojan horse for her stories of Haiti during the Duvalier-era. He has recently disappointed her by becoming vegan. He hopes one day to make her the mixed-race heroine of a refugee story in which he will have just a minor role. He currently studies Creative Writing and English Literature at Concordia University and acts as a Writer/Copy Editor at Collective Culture. You can watch him procrastinate here: @pitinik

Nicolas André 

Collective Culture Writer

Location: Montreal

 Pronouns: he/him

Nicolas André is a writer, student, and professional model. Originally from the Laurentides region of Quebec, he has recently moved to Montreal. There, he occasionally visited his grandmother, who often used her Macaroni au Gratin as a Trojan horse for her stories of Haiti during the Duvalier-era. He has recently disappointed her by becoming vegan. He hopes one day to make her the mixed-race heroine of a refugee story in which he will have just a minor role. He currently studies Creative Writing and English Literature at Concordia University and acts as a Writer/Copy Editor at Collective Culture. You can watch him procrastinate here: @pitinik

Nicolas André 

Collective Culture Writer

Location: Montreal

 Pronouns: he/him

Nicolas André is a writer, student, and professional model. Originally from the Laurentides region of Quebec, he has recently moved to Montreal. There, he occasionally visited his grandmother, who often used her Macaroni au Gratin as a Trojan horse for her stories of Haiti during the Duvalier-era. He has recently disappointed her by becoming vegan. He hopes one day to make her the mixed-race heroine of a refugee story in which he will have just a minor role. He currently studies Creative Writing and English Literature at Concordia University and acts as a Writer/Copy Editor at Collective Culture. You can watch him procrastinate here: @pitinik

Nicolas André 

Collective Culture Writer

Location: Montreal

 Pronouns: he/him

Nicolas André is a writer, student, and professional model. Originally from the Laurentides region of Quebec, he has recently moved to Montreal. There, he occasionally visited his grandmother, who often used her Macaroni au Gratin as a Trojan horse for her stories of Haiti during the Duvalier-era. He has recently disappointed her by becoming vegan. He hopes one day to make her the mixed-race heroine of a refugee story in which he will have just a minor role. He currently studies Creative Writing and English Literature at Concordia University and acts as a Writer/Copy Editor at Collective Culture. You can watch him procrastinate here: @pitinik

Nicolas André 

Collective Culture Writer

Location: Montreal

 Pronouns: he/him