Jasmine Gui is a writer, editor and project manager; her alter ego is poet.
She is the founder of Project 40 Collective, an Asian Arts Collective based in Toronto, and the Managing Editor at LooseLeaf Magazine. She is invested in intersectional community and interdisciplinary creation.

You can also find her on Linkedin.

Work History

Founder – Project 40 Collective (2015 – Present)
Managing Editor – LooseLeaf Magazine (2015 – Present)
Transcript EditorGlobal Lingo (2017)
Assistant Managing Editor, ProductionThe Offing Magazine (2017)
PublicistIn Sundry Languages with Toronto Laboratory Theatre (June – July 2017)
Festival Director – VIBE Arts Fest (Jan – May 2017)
Creative Consultant – Sweet Esc Dessert Cafe (April 2016 – Present)
SSAT Instructor – Ivy Global (September 2016 – Present)
Marketing CoordinatorAttila Glatz Concert Productions (September – December 2016)
Program Intern – The Multi-Faith Centre at the University of Toronto (2015-2016)
Publicity Agent and Blogger – The Puritan (2015)
Copy Editor – The Culture Trip (2015)
Social Media Intern – SKETCH Working Arts (2015)
Communications – Emerging Young Artists (2015)
Marketing Intern  AquaMobile Swim School (2014 – 2015)
Student Blogger – Centre of Teaching Support and Innovation (2013 – 2014)

Facilitator Experience

Writer-in-Residence – The Roundtable Residency (2017)
Writing Facilitator –
ZIPE x Toronto Art Book Fair (2017)
Workshop Facilitator –
The Diasporasian Writer Talkeratives Series (2016, 2017)
Poetry Workshop Facilitator –
Too Close To Home, Writing Group at George Brown College (2016)
Workshop Facilitator for the Re-Imagining Series – Multi-Faith Centre at UofT (2016)
Poetry Reader
– Transcendence Magazine (2015)
Random House Tent Volunteer – Word On The Street (2014)
Chairperson – UofT Chinese Christian Fellowship (2012 – 2 013)
Chairperson – UofT World Vision Campus (2012 – 2013)

Press

Meet the Toronto artist creating a safe space for Pan-Asian creatives” with Emerge Magazine (2017)
Lattes with Ladies: Jasmine Gui” with Hot Pepper Latte

Education

University of Toronto, Master of Art (English/Diaspora and Transnational Studies) (2016)
University of Toronto, honours Bachelor of Art (2014)
University of Toronto, Bachelor of Education (Primary/Junior) (2014)

Panels / Boards

Riverdale Hub Gallery Advisory Committee (2017)
Poetry JudgeMIST Toronto Poetry Competition (2016)

Awards / Grants

Art Starts Platform A Micro-Grant Recipient with Project 40 Collective (2017)
Art Starts Platform A Micro-Grant Recipient with Project 40 Collective (2016)
Ontario Service Award for work done with World Vision Campus (2014)