"Mental Health." White House Studio Project, Kensington Market, Toronto, Ontario. July 2018.
You can read the curatorial essay by Lauren Fournier
Hart House Review, Canadian Literary Journal published at the Hart House in the University of Toronto. Print. April 2018.
CBC Arts article entitled "Artist asks the important questions: "Honey, can we normalize our BDSM lifestyle tonight?" September 2017.Article about "This Art Works" CBC Arts & Madeleine Collective's Original Series that blends art and bizarre comedy. http://www.cbc.ca/arts/artists-ask-the-important-questions-honey-can-we-normalize-our-bdsm-lifestyle-tonight-1.4288367
Format Magazine features "20 Contemporary Painters With Gallery-Worthy Portfolios." May 2017.
CBC Arts article entitled "This Art Works! 'Doctor's Notes Against Intolerance' and 'Normalizing BDSM with sculptures'" July 2017.
Article about "This Art Works" CBC Arts & Madeleine Collective's Original Series that blends art and bizarre comedy.
Madeleine Co. in partnership with CBC Arts & OCAD University presents "This Art Works!"Featured in Episode 1. Artist Leaf Jerlefia diagnoses microaggressions through her “Doctor’s Notes Against Intolerance” and Kayla Polan normalizes kinks through her playful “BDSM Sculptures.”
http://watch.cbc.ca/this-art-works/season-1/episode-1/38e815a-00c8df1259a 'Works for Change' exhibiton at the Gardiner Museum from July 4 to July 13. An interactive installation and screening of the first two episodes of "This Art Works."
Discount Mag Issue II: Food Issue. May 2017.
Milkweed Zine Issue III: Privacy & Visibility Issue. March 2017. Cover artwork by Kayla Polan.
Madeleine Co. in partnership with OCAD University presents “Art Works! Real Artists. Real Impact.”
Featured in Pilot episode from 3:38-3:47.