The Evangeline Transformation Project was a collaborative project by the Red Wagon Collective and women who lived at the time at Evangeline Women’s Residence. The project was funded by the TAC and OAC and completed in August of 2010.
The projects consists of a series of 7 large scale banners printed on fabric. Three are installed on the outside of the building and 4 more on the interior. The banners were designed during the Monday Art Group where we engaged in a collaborative process using digital photographs of the work women were doing. Text was added that refers to conversations we had in the group about women and homelessness.