Saskatoon StarPhoenix – Marsha Day - “Graphic artists show unreal talent” || Oct 8, 2014
CARFAC Saskatchewan Newsletter – Ashleigh Mattern - “Printmaking: Collectives spread word about their art
form” || Nov/Dec. 2013 (Vol. 25, no.9)
The A Word (radio) – Bart Gazzola - t j atkings in an interview with Bart Gazzola || February 2013
The Sheaf - Azzedine Issa - Atkings Dismantles the Traditional Exhibit || February 2013 (PDF)
Saskatoon StarPhoenix - Rory MacLean - “'Guerilla Libraries’ pop up along Meewasin Trail” – (t j atkings, David
Dyck, Zoe Fortier, Anya Hamman || July 2012 (PDF)
Saskatoon StarPhoenix - Marsha Day - “Artist Collaboration gruesome, playful and on display now” (t j atkings,
Luke Warman, and Joe Toderian) || January 2012 (PDF)
VIDEO BY THE STALL GALLERY (2014)
#VBAMsask - Van Based Art Movers - A Guerilla Project
OCT 17, 1989 - Born in Saskatoon, to be raised in Nipawin, SK
2007 - Graduation from LP Miller Comprehensive High School, year of first exhibition in gallery space, moves to Saskatoon & begins studies at the University of Saskatchewan.
2012 - Participates in Historic Emma Lake Artists Workshop. First Solo shows in Regina, Saskatoon. Beginning of collaborations with other artists: Guerilla Projects, TRIFORCE. Participates in Vancouver group show. Joins InkSlab printmakers.
2013 - Graduation from University of Saskatchewan with Great Distinction (BFA in Painting, Printmaking), Moves to Montreal, QC.
2014 - Moves back to Saskatoon, publishes first poetry in Journals, Jackpine Press Artist Book with Isa Lausas (December). First post-graduation solo show in a public space (FACEISMS, Frances Morrison Public Library, Saskatoon, SK. July 2014)
2015 - Moves to Montreal. Establishes studio at 450 - 2065 Rue Parthenais.