Light blue embroidery on a brown textile with sketches of plants, birds, lights, arrows, and cooking supplies. A cream coloured embroidery hoop frames the work.
A photo of light blue embroidery on a brown textile with sketches of plants, birds, lights, arrows, and cooking supplies. A cream coloured embroidery hoop frames the work.

Regan Shrumm

Regan Shrumm is a queer and disabled artist, writer, and curator. Shrumm has lived as an uninvited settler on the traditional and unceded Lekwungen and WSANEC territory (Victoria, BC) for the past ten years. Shrumm creates arts and arts programming that centres arts on every level and aspect of society, as the arts allows us to understand, complicate, and contradict truths about human experiences. They create projects and programming that gives more people access to arts and to show them how the arts overlap with health and wellness, education, social services, social justice, and civic advocacy.

Art form
Visual Arts
Textiles
Community-based

Community
Disabled
Mad
Neurodiverse
Fat
Survivor
Queer
Feminist

Location
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada