Angelique Bulosan is Filipino-Canadian, born and raised on traditional Lekwungen Territory - Victoria, BC, Canada. She is an artist, facilitator and professional project manager. Angelique practices racial justice and social justice deliberately in her professional and personal life. She develops and facilitates anti-racism workshops for the community, as well as racial justice initiatives at her workplace.
Angelique is part of the leadership team for a peer-led IBPOC mediation group. She is the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Esquimalt Community Arts Hub (ECAH) and leads Diverse Voices, ECAH’s advisory committee that provides guidance on making the gallery inclusive from the lens of IBPOC, LGBTQ2+ and people with disabilities.
Angelique Bulosan is the creator & facilitator of
Colour Theory, an anti-racism art exhibit.
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. 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 creates workshops, practices various art mediums, goes for walks and loves paddleboarding.