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Overview


KAI GRANT

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Overview


KAI GRANT

 

ABOUT

Kai Grant is a queer person who is living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on settler occupied Mississaugas of the New Credit land. Kai uses they/them pronouns. Some of the things currently bringing light into Kai's life are creative expression, cognitive science, anti-oppressive practices, and curiosity. Kai works as a tattoo artist and is also training to become a psychotherapist. Learn a bit more about them here and feel free to get in touch!

 
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Visual Artist


Visual Artist


VISUAL ARTIST

Kai has been expressing themselves through visual art since they were a small child. Although Kai tends to work in a variety of mediums, they are currently focused on embroidery and comic practices. Learn more about their philosophy and spirituality around their art practice here. View a gallery of their visual art here.

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Tattoo Artist


Tattoo Artist


TATTOO ARTIST

Kai has been a tattoo artist since 2008. For the majority of their career, they have worked privately under their own employment. As Kai continues to build their philosophy around their art practices, they are seeing tattooing as a powerful tool of Self-actualization and transformation. Learn more about their spirituality and philosophy around her art practice here. View a gallery of Kai's tattoos here.

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Sound Artist


Sound Artist


SOUND ARTIST

Kai has expressed themselves through voice since they were a child. Currently their musical practice is primarily used as a tool for personal processing but they do play out here and there. Listen to what sounds Kai has shared here.

 
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Academic


Academic


ACADEMIC

Kai is a high-school dropout. In 2013 they completed the Academic Bridging Program at the University of Toronto and are currently enrolled there as an undergraduate student. Kai is completing their degree in cognitive science, Indigenous studies, and Buddhist psychology. They are also completing a post-graduate program in existential-integrative psychotherapy at the Living Institute. Kai does much of their own research and exploration involving all of these topics as well. Read some of their academic writing here.