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Alyse Tunnell

Canada - Quebec

She/Her ~ They/Them

Image 1: A photo of Alyse standing in front of 3 hanging spider plants with brown macrame hangers. She/They has long red hair, blue eyes, glasses and is wearing a black top. The wall behind is white.

Alyse Tunnell is an accessibility advocate and writer currently working as a freelance content creator and accessibility consultant. Recently, Alyse was awarded a spot in the Art Volt’s Mentorship program & Momus’ Emerging Critic Residency. Her writing has been featured in Godberd's online art magazine as well as a variety of exhibition catalogues. As a (dis)abled, neurodiverse, queer, anti-racist, anti-colonial, settler creator, Alyse strives to build intersectional frameworks of compassion for marginalized folks of all sorts. Together with her creative partner Cherie Pyne, we are building Criptopia, a media organization based around expanding accessibility politics. Criptopia's podcast "Survival of the Crippest" will launch in early 2021. Alyse graduated from the Art History program at Concordia University in Spring 2020 and continues to reside in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal, Quebec.

Areas of Interest:

  • Performing Arts
  • Community Arts
  • Curatorial Arts
  • Installation / Sculpture
  • Craft
  • Literary Arts
  • Podcasting / Storytelling


  • Practicing artist or maker
  • Trained professional service provider or consultant
  • Community member


  • Consulting
  • Writing

Identifies with:

  • Disabled
  • Mad
  • Neurodiverse
  • Survivor
  • Queer
  • Feminist