Julien Posture

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Julien Posture

Julien Posture is an illustrator and researcher based in Montreal. He creates simple and thoughtful images with a queer sensibility for a wide array of clients, both local and international, from Revenu Québec to The New York Times. Trained in anthropology (M.Sc), he also writes and speak about visual culture and the creative industries, his most recent project deals with the history and sociology of the concept of “style”.

Work by Julien Posture

State of emergence: Why we need artists right now

What would it mean to ambitiously mobilize artists to do their most essential work well and fully, with the aim of creating a more sustainable, just, and caring society? Contributor Shannon Litzenberger calls for direct support for individual artists, as world-makers with the potential to catalyze transformative change.

A post-pandemic agenda for the environment

Canada’s leading funder groups together with The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada have launched an ambitious drive to push the climate agenda to the forefront of charitable activity in Canada.

Pulse-check with sector leaders on mental health

The pandemic has put pressure on all levels of the non-profit workforce, leading to rising levels of burnout, compassion fatigue, and stress. We talked to sector leaders about their mental health, their leadership outlook, and how they’re supporting their teams through this period.

The future of work

Ready or not, the future of work is already here. For those who make the world of work their business, there’s reason for both optimism and concern.