ABOUT

Angelique Bulosan (they/she) is Filipino-Canadian, born and raised on unceded, stolen, Lekwungen Territory - colonially known Victoria, BC, Canada. They are a consultant, anti-oppressive facilitator and artist. Bulosan's areas of practice are:

  • Aboriginal Policy & Practice Framework advocacy

  • Anti-Oppressive Facilitation

  • Anti-Racism

  • Art Engagement

  • Change Management 

  • Gender Based Analysis+ (GBA+)

  • Intersectionality

  • JEDDI - Justice, Equity, Decolonization, Diversity & Inclusion

  • JEDDI Coaching

  • LEAN Process Improvement

  • Project Management

  • Adult & Youth Mentorship

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In May 2020, after the death of George Floyd, assault of Dakota Holmes, findings of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation, continued findings at former sites of Indian Residential Schools and the significant rise of race-based hate crimes during the covid-19 pandemic...

 

I could no longer remain idle.

 

I committed to take any and all skills I have to support the healing of myself and the communities I'm in. This led to me leading the design and facilitation of several social justice engagements offered to hundreds of people.

Making art and designing spaces for dialogue exercise the same desire for personal creative expression, as well as engaging and connecting with the communities around me.

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Angelique Bulosan is the creator & facilitator of  Colour Theory,

an art-based, anti-racism empowerment program that aims to support lived experiences and/or observations of racism, anti-racism and intersectionality.

 

Angelique’s art reflects the personal touchstones in her life as well as dreams during sleep and meditation. It's also inspired by her practice of mindfulness, reading art comix, and being in nature. Bulosan is a co-founder and facilitator for Sweet Refuge, a BIPOC meditation group. 

 

For her artistic endeavours and former career, she was featured in CTV News, the Time Colonist newspaper twice, Western Living Magazine, and the Business Examiner.

 

In her spare time, Angelique often supports safer spaces for BIPOC, practices various art mediums, meditates and loves paddleboarding.

I would like to recognize that I live and work on unceded, stolen Lekwungen Territory, known today as the Esquimalt & Songhees Nations homelands.