Welcome To North Love Arts Collective

About The Rage Film

RAGE explores themes of trauma, justice, morality, and the nature of truth. It examines the complexities of human behavior, the motives behind criminal acts, and the impact of police violence on victims and their families, especially within the black community. It also delves into the inner workings of the criminal justice system, examining the challenges and limitations faced by law enforcement officials in their pursuit of justice.

Our Mission

At North Love Arts, we unite and advocate for an inclusive community of artists, forging immersive experiences that blend diverse art forms. Our mission: nurturing musicians through masterclass workshops, amplifying BIPOC talent in concerts, and curating impactful film screenings. Multi-sensory events fuse music, visual arts, and technology, igniting boundless creativity and collaboration.

Multidisciplinary BIPOC Artists creating and curating community programs and events


North Love Arts celebrated BIPOC recording artists and emerging talent at this year’s Nuit Blanche on September 23, 2023, from 7 PM to 7 AM.

This event was part of our series of community events in the Toronto area, and we are thrilled to have successfully completed and celebrated this accomplishment.

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This 4-week prep course offers workshops on creative writing, grant funding, and publishing opportunities to help aspiring writers improve their skills and achieve their goals.

Recording Artists​

This 12-week intensive program for music artists and producers covers the breakdown and process of music creation in studio, along with music video production.


This 3-week progressive performance program combines body awareness and freestyle, providing strength and training to all artists including dancers, actors and models, of every background and body type.

Our team

Katrina Medalle

Managing Director

Carlos Anthony

Artistic Director

Michelle Linares

Public Relations Coordinator

Sean Diamond

Visual Brand Director

Amahni "PRIICE" Green

Music Supervisor

We Partner With institutions and organizations

Support Our Work

Our community of BIPOC artists, advocates, and innovators has created an artistic group that is thriving. We are committed to redefining and revolutionizing Canadian storytelling with a modern and cultural perspective. Our partners strengthen our work, and together, we believe that we can create an equitable industry that pushes the narrative. We are a movement and we can work together toward achieving this goal.

Let’s get creative