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Jet Coghlan


Jet is an Autistic, Queer, Disable, Mad, Researcher and Performance Artist. They are a Latinex immigrant who is committed to caring for and sharing this Earth that feeds us by combating individualism and all selfish efforts to gain profit from the land.

Jet believes that it is imperative to actively learn from Indigenous perspectives and restore our relationships to land and community. They continue to educate and immerse themselves with people and places that are undergoing the process of decolonization.

Despite the economic, physical, and psychological hardship of post-secondary education, they have demonstrated over the last decade their passion for knowledge and experimentation in several fields. Jet collaborates with McMaster and York University in finding inventive ways to bring technology to Disable working class and low-income community members.

Jet celebrates their Disable culture and is currently working with Tangled Art + Disability researching accessible technologies. They embrace Crip working class theatre and collaborate with Hamilton Fringe forging accessibility for BIPOC, 2SLGBTQ+ and Disable artists. In addition, they are a consultant and research facilitator for Centre For Independent Living, assisting with the development of an Access Guide for nonprofits, advocating for disability, equity, and accessibility. Jet also runs a monthly online group for Queer, Autistic, Disable, Mad and Crip Folks called Rainbow Spectrum Pride in conjunction with Dori Zener Associates. Most recently, they worked with Being Studio in the development of a Disability Justice Video Series.


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