Exhibition Catalogues

Ajji, Tejpal Sing, curator. Rightfully Yours,. University of Toronto: Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, 2007

Allen, Jan. The Female Imaginary. Kingston, Ontario: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 1994. 

---, ed. Femscript: Transcript of the Proceedings of the Symposium on Feminist Art Practice. Kingston, Ontario: Agnes Etherington Art Practice, 1995.

Bisch, Jenny, curator. Nonsense? Nonsense! Films and Videos from Dierdre Logue, Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan. Essay Handout, 2009.

Chang, Derrick. Queering Citizenship. Vancouver, BC: Satellite Gallery, 2014.

Cron, Marie-Michele. Circonvolutions. Montreal: Opera, 1995.

Dahle, Sigrid, et al. My Winnipeg: Guide of the Artistic Scene. Lyon, France: Fage Éditions, 2011.

Drobnick, Jim and Jennifer Fisher, eds. CounterPoses: Re-Imagining the Tableaux Vivants.  Montreal: Oboro Display Cult, 2002.

Elliott, Tom et al. A Relatively Small Collection. Winnipeg: aceartinc., 1999.

Festival du Voyeur. Winnipeg: Plug In Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1993.

Firth-Eagland, Alissa, and Candice Hopkins, eds. The F Word. Vancouver, BC: Western Front, 2008.

Hammond, Harmony and Catherine Lord. Gender, Fucked. Seattle: Center on Contemporary Art, 1996.

 Home Show. Winnipeg, MB: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2002-2003.

              Kiendl, Anthony, ed. Space Camp 2000: Uncertainty, Speculative Fictions & Art. Regina: Dunlop Art Gallery, 2000.

Lion, Jenny, ed. Magnetic North. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2000.

Madill, Shirley, Jayne-Raven, et al. Edge Manitoba. Winnipeg: aceartinc., 1992.

Madill, Shirley, and Jon Tupper. New Histories: The Manitoba Studio Series 1989-1992. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1993.

Matheson, Elizabeth. Back Talk: Protest and Humour. Regina, Saskatchewan: Dunlop Art Gallery, 2006.

May, Louise W., ed. The Feminist Reconstruction of Space.  St. Norbert, Manitoba: St. Norbert Arts Centre, 2000.

Metcalfe, Robin et al. Queer Looking, Queer Acting: Lesbian and Gay Vernacular. Halifax: Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, 1997.

Mills, Josephine, curator. Land Matters: Location, Ground, Reference. Lethbridge, Alberta: University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, 2009.

Patten, James, curator. London Life Young Contemporaries ’96. London, Ontario: London Regional Art and Historical Museums, 1996.

Pheonix, Catherine, and Andreas Guibert. Fringe Dwellers: Electrons Outside the Vacuum. Halifax, NS: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 2002.

Rayter, Scott, Donald W. McLeod, and Maureen FitzGerald. Queer CanLit: Canadian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Literature in English. Toronto: Coach House Press, 2008.

“Shawna Dempsey & Lori Millan.” Generation: Eingeladen Von 18.26 (2003): 246-257.

Sheridan, Sarah Robayo, Caitlin Fisher and Marc Piccinato. Public 24: Being on Time. Toronto: Public Access Collective, 2002.

Third International Istanbul Biennial. Istanbul: Istanbul Foundation for the Arts, 1992.

Une Convention de Super-Héros. Gatineau, QC: AXENÉ07, 2010.

Walsh, Meeka, and Robert Enright, curators. Winnipeg Now. Winnipeg, MB: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2013.

Walter, Kathryn, and Kyo Maclear. “Lesbian National Parks and Services: Scenario and Eyewitness Accounts.” Private Investigators: Undercover in Public Space. Eds. Kathryn Walter and Kyo Maclear. Banff, Alberta: Banff Centre Press, 1999. 44-57.


Dempsey, Shawna, and Lorri Millan. “From Growing Up Suite.” Word Up: Spoken Word Poetry in Print. Eds. Hill Battson and Ken Norris. Toronto: Ken Porter Books Limited, 1995. 37-38.

---. “From Mermaid in Love.” Word Up: Spoken Word Poetry in Print. Eds. Hill Battson and Ken Norris. Toronto: Ken Porter Books Limited, 1995. 36.

---. “Glass Madonna: An Excerpt.” Contemporary Verse 17.3 (1995): 6-7.

---. “Growing Up Suites.” Outspoken: A Canadian Collection of Lesbian Scenes and Monologues. Ed. Susan G. Cole. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2009. 9-10.

---. “Growing Up Suites I and II: Object/Subject of Desire.” Lesbian Plays: Coming of Age in Canada. Ed. Rosalind Kerr. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2006. 41-60.

---. “Layers.” Good Girls/Bad Girls: Feminists and Sex Trade Workers Face to Face. Ed. Laurie Bell. Toronto: Seal Press, 1987. 218-220.

---. “Mary Medusa.” Mythic Women/Real Women: Plays and Performance Pieces by Women. Lizbeth Goodman. London: Faber and Faber Limited, 2000. 247-257.

---. “Object/Subject of Desire.” Canadian Theatre Review 92 (1997): 17-18.

---. “Plastic Bride.” Short Spells: Scenes and Monologues. Ed. Valerie Shantz. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 1998. 20-21.

---. “Script: Mary Medusa.” Canadian Theatre Review 76 (1993): 42-57.

---. “Script: Target Marketing.” Canadian Theatre Review 137 (2009): 68-73.

---. “Script: Unruly.” Canadian Theatre Review 137 (2009): 74-81.

---. “The Thin Skin of Normal.” Taking the Stage: Selections from Plays by Canadian Women. Ed. Cynthia Zimmerman. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 1994. 13-17.

---. “What Does a Lesbian Look Like?” Word Up: Spoken Word Poetry in Print. Eds. Hill Battson and Ken Norris. Toronto: Ken Porter Books Limited, 1995. 35.

Journals, Periodicals, and Books

Allen, Jan. “The Female Imaginary.” Matriart: A Canadian Feminist Art Journal 5.4 (1995): 26-33.

“Annual Index: Volume 27.” Resources for Feminist Research 28.2 (2000): 281-321.

“The Art of Free Ranging.” Border Crossings 21.4 (2002): 16-17.

Baert, Renee. “Three Dresses, Tailored to the Times.” Material Matters: The Art and Culture of Contemporary Textiles. Eds. Ingrid Bachman and Ruth Schering. Toronto: YYZ Books, 1998. 75-91.

Batalion, Judith. “Cracking the Domestic Collaborations Among Women Artists.” N. Paradoxa: International Feminist Art Journal 14 (2004): 5-17.

Bell, Lynne and Janice Williamson. “Public Warning! Sexing Public Spheres: A Conversation with Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Tessera 25 (1998/1999): 57-77.

Bennett, Susan. “Diversity and Voice.” Feminist Theatre and Performance. Ed. Susan Bennett. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2006. 84-97.

---. “Radical (Self-)Direction and the Body: Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan’s Performance Art.” Canadian Theatre Review 76 (1993): 37-41.

Bennett, Susan and Alexandria Patience. “Is a Woman Without A Body in Fact a Woman?” i.e.: A Magazine of Contemporary Culture (1992): 9.

Black, Anthea. “Scentbar: Fragrances for Troubled Times.” ArtCentral (Exhibition Essay). Calgary, Alberta: Mountain Standard Time Performative Art Festival, 2007. 

Borsa, Joan. “Rebels with a Cause: Parodies and Pleasures of our Own Disguises.” N. Paradoxa: International Feminist Art Journal 23 (2009): 20-28.

“Cascade Mall.” Points of Interest, Points of View. Banff, AB: Banff Centre for the Arts, 1994.

Catchlove, Lucinda. “Party Art: Chicks Rock the Performance Art World.” Hour (1996): 10.

Collins, Cathy. “Drag City: A Queer Adventure in Cross-Dressing.” aceartinc Critical Distance 2.1 (1996): n.p.

Cooley, Miriam. “Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan: Teaching Performance.” The Canadian Art Teacher 5.2 (2006): 20-21.

Dempsey, Shawna, and Lorri Millan. “Co-op Collective Opens Doors of Grocery Store.” Mix: Independent Art & Culture Magazine  Fall 2002: 21.

---. “Drop In, Turn on, Check Out.” Tart 12 (2002): 18-21, 24-25, 28-29.

---. “Growing Up Suites I and II: Object/Subject of Desire.” Lesbian Plays: Coming of Age in Canada. Ed. Rosalind Kerr. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2006. 41-60.

---. “Lesbian National Parks and Services.” Canadian Forum (1999): 4-5.

---. “Lesbian National Parks and Services WANTS YOU!” Fuse Magazine 21.3 (1998): 34-35.

---. “On Becoming Fatale.” Prairie Fire 15.3 (1994): 116-119.

---. “The Only Thing Essential to Artmaking is the Artist.” Dispatch, Special Edition 14.2 (2008): 5-6.

             ---. “Staging Our Stories.” Herizons 23.2 (2009): 22-25.

---. “There is Nothing Harder, Nothing Better: A Strange Cult of Two.” Transmissions 3.1 (1999): n.p.

---. “Video Works (Including We’re Talking Vulva).” Women’s Art Resource Centre (WARC) Update 4.3 (1997): 3.

---. “We’re Talking Vulva!” Gendered Intersections: An Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies. Eds. Lesley Biggs and Pamela Downe. 2nd Edition. Halifax, NS: Fernwood Publishing, 2011. 172-173.

---. “Whew!, The Lesbian Rangers are Here.” Geez: Holy Mischief in an Age of Fast Faith 9 (2008): 88-89.

Domet, Stephanie. “Homos on the Range.” Herizons 17.2 (2003): 26-29.

Duncan, Rachel. “Genital Sensation: Abrasive Bodies in Feminist Performance.” PhD Dissertation. Leicester, UK: University of Leicester, 2005. Web. <https://lra.le.ac.uk/handle/2381/31074>.

             Enright, Robert. “Brave New Girls: Moments of Beauty and Rage. The Art of Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Border Crossings: A Magazine of the Arts 66(1998):16-27.

---. “City Report: Winnipeg.” Frieze 97 (2006): 146-151.

Ferguson, Mary. “Who was that Lone Ranger and Better Yet, Who was his Faithful Sidekick, his Mascot, his Special Friend.” Response to “The Lesbian Love Story of the Lone Ranger and Tonto.” Winnipeg: 1999.

“Festival Du Voyeur.” Parallélogramme 18.4 (1993): 66.

              Fisher, Jennifer. “Out and About: The Performance Art of Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Environmental and Site-Specific Theatre. Ed. Andrew Houston. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2007. 122-129.

---. “Profile: Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan.” Caught in the Act: An Anthology of Performance Art by Canadian Women. Eds. Tanya Mars and Johanna Householder. Toronto: YYZ Books, 2004.

Fisher, Jennifer, and Jim Drobnick. “Nightsense: Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan, Wild Ride (2009).” Public 45 (2012): 44-45.

Francis, Margot. Creative Subversions: Whiteness, Indigeneity, and the National Imaginary. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press, 2011. 189-197.

---. “The Lesbian National Parks and Services: Reading Sex, Race and the Nation in Artistic Performance.” Canadian Woman Studies 20.2 (2000): 131-136.

---. “Unsettling Sights: The Lesbian National Parks and Services.” Fuse Magazine 22.4 (2000): 41-45.

“From One Duo to Another: Questions and Answers: Part Two.” Espace 46 (1998): 10-15.

Gardner, Sally. “In the LIFE: Portrait of a Modern Sex-Deviant.” JAB: Journal of Artists’ Books 7 (1997): 22-23.

Gillmor, Alison. “Drag City.” C Magazine 52 (1997): 41.

Godwin, K. George. “Insider Video.” Border Crossings: A Magazine of the Arts 9.4 (1990): 44-45.

“Great Expectations: Shockingly, Labor Day.” Spy 5.10 (1991): 5-7.

Greenhill, Pauline. “Lesbian Mess(ages): Decoding Shawna Dempsey’s Cake Squish at the Festival du Voyeur.” Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal (1998): 91-99.

Hackett, Sofie. “Queer Looking.” Aperture: Queerlove 218 (2015): 40-45.

Hall, Lynda. “Bodies in Sight: Shawna Dempsey (Re)Configures Desire.” Canadian Theatre Review 92 (1997): 10-16.

---. “My Story is Written on My Flesh: Dempsey and Mary Medusa Act Out.” Tessera 21 (1996): 72-77.

Heald, Susan. “Sex and Pleasure, Art and Politics, and Trying to Get Some Rest: An Interview with Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan. Performance Artists.” Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal 23.1 (1998): 80-90.

Holmes, Doug. “The Consideration Liberation Army.” G. Love. 1.2 (2007): 52-55.

Horne, Stephen. “CounterPoses: Re-Concevoir le Tableau Vivant.” Fuse Magazine 21.4 (1998): 61-63.

Kostash, Myrna. “Beyond Identity Politics: Transgressions.” The Next Canada: In Search of our Future Nation. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart Inc., 2000. 133-150.

LaMontagne, Valerie. “A Day in the Life of the Carnivalesque: The Corporeal Aesthetics of CounterPoses.” Mix: Independent Art & Culture Magazine 24.2 (1998): 45-47.

Lamoureaux, Johanne. “Reviving the Dead.” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art 3 (2000): 66-71.

Lawlor, Alice. “Marvelous Misfits.” In Toronto: Gay and Lesbian City Living (December 2012): 27.

LeBel, Sabine. “Camping Out With the Lesbian National Parks and Services.” Canadian Woman Studies 24.2/3 (2005): 182-185.

“Lesbian National Parks and Services: Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Performance Research 16.2 (2011): 14-15.

Levi. “No Feminist Sex, Please: Two Performance Artists Find Out What You Can’t Do on Television.” This Magazine (1993): 5.

---. “Profile: Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan” Fuse Magazine XVII.1 (1993): 43-44.

Mark, Lisa Gabrielle. “Hijacking Cabaret.” Border Crossings: A Magazine of the Arts (Winter 1995): 34-37.

Markotic, Nicole. “Freaks and Other Exclamation Marks: Misfits and Other Citizens of Manitoba.” Prairie Fire 20.2 (1999): 176-183.

Martin, Annie. “Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Parachute 75 (1994): 43.

Mays, Mariianne; Lux. “A Decade of Artists Video & Film.” Border Crossings: A Magazine of the Arts 84 (2001): 141-142.

---. “Magnetic North: Canadian Experimental Video.” Border Crossings: A Magazine of the Arts 84 (2001): 141-142.

McFadden, Kegan. “Scentbar: Fragrances for Troubled Times, A New Performance/Installation by Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Plug In Curator Guide. Winnipeg, MB: Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, 2005.

Mian, Noreen. “A Conversation with a Feminist Superhero.” Outwords 166 (2009): 24-25.

Muldrew, Fiona. “Medusa and Mermaid as Mentor: Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Action Newsletter for The Manitoba Action Committee on the Status of Women 20.1 (1993): 10-11.

O’Brian, John, and Peter White, eds. “Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan: Lesbian National Parks and Services, 1997 to the Present.” Beyond Wilderness: The Group of Seven, Canadian Identity, and Contemporary Art. Eds. John O’Brian and Peter White. Montréal, QC: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2007. 324-6.

Oakley, Janice. “Postcards from the Edge: Decoding Winnipeg’s ‘One Gay City’ Campaign.” Ethnologies 21.1 (1999): 177-192.

Oliver, Kathleen. “An Appetite for Power.” Kinesis May 1993: 15.

Olson, Christopher. “Grocery Store.” Border Crossings: A Magazine of the Arts 84 (2002): 65-66.

---. “Grocery Store: Live in the Exchange!” Paperweight. Ed. Risa Horowitz. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Aceartinc., 2003. 10-11.

Parks, Ranger Joy. “Review: Lesbian National Parks and Services Field Guide to North America: Flora, Fauna, and Survival Skills.” Herizons 16.4 (2003): 37-38.

Putman, Wendy. “More than Just a Talking Vulva: Object/Subject of Desire.” Angles: The Magazine of Vancouver’s Bisexual, Lesbian and Gay Communities (May 1993): 30.

Redding, Judith M. “Sapphic Screen.” Curve Magazine 8.1 (1998): 16-17.

Rodgers, Margaret. “The Female Imaginary.” Journal of Canadian Studies 30.4 (1995/1996): 171-174.

Rondeau, Brigitte F. M. “We’re Not Just Talking Vulva! An Interview with Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Cameo 4 (1994): 52-55.

Sandals, Leah. “Cross-Country: Art Professionals Offer Thoughts About Canada’s Largest City and Art Scene.” Canadian Art 24.4 (2007): 80-85.

Sidnell, Michael. “The Life of a Lyric.” Ex Libris 10 (1999): 6-26.

Skene, Robert. “Wildflowers Among the Wheat: The North American Gay Ghetto.” Warehouse 5.0 (1996): 40-43.

Smith, Jane Orion. “Feminist Lesbian Aesthetics.” Canadian Theatre Review (Spring 1992): 23-26.

“That’s Outrageous!” Reader’s Digest (December 2001): 73-74.

Townshend, Nancy. “Insert 48: Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Art Inspired by the Canadian Rockies, Purcell Mountains and Selkirk Mountains 1809-2012. Ed. Meaghan Craven. Calgary, AB: Bayeux Arts, Inc., 2012.

Tschuncky, Janine. “We’re Talking Vulva.” In Version (Summer 1990): 6.

Walker, Rachel Loewen. “Becoming Queer: Performance Art and Constructions of Identity.” Gnosis: Journal of Philosphy 9.3 (2008): Online. <http://artsciweb.concordia.ca/ojs/index.php/gnosis/article/view/104>.

---. “Becoming Queer: From Rhetoric to Rhizomes and Toward an Ethic of Accountability.” Master’s Thesis. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 2008. Web. <http://ecommons.usask.ca/bitstream/handle/10388/etd-09172008-233730/RLW2008.pdf>.

Wark, Jayne. Radical Gestures: Feminism and Performance Art in North America. Montréal, QC: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2006.

Waugh, Thomas. The Romance of Transgression in Canada: Queering Sexualities, Nations, Cinemas. Montréal, QC: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2006.

Winnipeg Art Gallery. “Hot Issues for A Cold Summer: A-Dress.” Border Crossings: A Magazine of the Arts (Fall 1995): back cover.

“Winnipeg’s Multi-Culti-Queer Pavilion.” Parallélogramme 18.3 (1992-1993): 61.

Wray, B.J. “Structure, Size and Play: The Case of the Talking Vulva.” Decomposition: Post-Disciplinary Performance. Eds. Sue-Ellen Case, Phillip Brett, and Susan Leigh Foster.  Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2000. 186-198. 

Newspaper Articles

Abramson, Stacey. “A Thoughtful Revolution.” Uptown 26 July 2007: 17.

Alpen, Rachael. “A Home for Alternate Living.” Swerve: Winnipeg’s Monthly Queer Newsmagazine December 2002, p. 18.

Beatty, Gregory. “Smells Like Art: Po-Mo Parodists Skewer Perfume Pimps in Scentbar.” Prairie Dog 25 May 2006: 21.

Bernstein, Tamara. “Amongst the Greek Artifacts, Lesbian Rangers: Crusading Winnipeg Duo Bring Voices to New ROM Series.” National Post 6 November 2003: AL8.

Boast, Laura. “Speaking Up, Acting Up.” Halifax Chronicle-Journal 8 March 1995: B1, B3.

Borden, Anne. “Popular Lesbian Performers to Visit Buffalo.” Q News February 1998: 9.

Brodbeck, Tom. “Division Cuts U of W Ties.” The Winnipeg Sun 18 July 2001: 5.

---. “Pique of the Market.” The Winnipeg Sun 5 June 2001: 5.

---. “Sex Film Not for Teens.” The Winnipeg Sun 7 June 2001: 5.

---. “U of W Rights Wrong.” The Winnipeg Sun 7 September 2001: 5.

Burges, Szu. “What a Lesbian Looks Like: Pre-formance: New & Recent Work by Lorri Millan and Shawna Dempsey.” Swerve: Winnipeg’s Lesbian and Gay Rag December 1994: 9.

Cameron, Amy. “Wrapped Up in Their Art.” New Brunswick Telegraph Journal 16 November 1996: A8.

Carr, C. “Close to the Knives.” The Village Voice 3 June 1997: 52.

Cleverly, Fred. “So This is How the Taxpayers’ Money is Spent.” The Winnipeg Free Press 9 November 1989: 7 

Cohn, Ellen. “We’re Talking Vulva.” The Village Voice 23 July 1991: n.p.

Cole, Susan G. “Is T.O. Sexier Than New York?” Now Magazine 14-20 December 2000: 51.

“Lorri Millan & Shawna Dempsey - ‘Bellies’.” The Uniter: The L.G.B. Issue 10 February 1993: Cover.

Dahle, Sigrid. “Video for Winnipeggers Who Love Their City.” The Winnipeg Free Press 2 May 2002: C5.

Enright, Robert. “Home is Where the Art Is.” The Globe and Mail 18 September 2002: R1, R5.

---. “Permission to Dream is Granted.” The Globe and Mail 2 November 2002: V4-V5.

Everett-Green, Robert. “We’re Not Talking Volvo.” The Globe and Mail 21 October 1997: A14.

---. “Winning in the ‘Peg.” The Globe and Mail 30 November 1996: C1-C3.

---. “‘Winnipeg: One Gay City’ Posters Barred from Bus Shelter.” The Globe and Mail 1 November 1997: C5.

Fan, Sheila. “Gender Discomforts.” Seattle Weekly 31 July 1996: 35.

Fuller, Cam. “Performance Artist Causes Stir.” Saskatoon Star Phoenix 25 March 1993: D4

Gmeiro, Octavio. “Testamento de Mary Medusa.” Lisbon Publico 23 November 1996: 28.

Godfrey, Stephen. “A Ride on a Feminist Rollercoaster.” The Globe and Mail 15 June 1990: R1, R5.

Grubivic, Brett Josef. “’Clever Parody Celebrates the Bull-Dyke: Winnipeg Artists’, In the LIFE a Lesson in Cultural Revisionism.” Xtra! West 5 October 1995: 27.

Gudz, Cheryl. “Pride Against Prejudice.” The Uniter 22 November 2001: 1, 6.

Hanna, Dierdre. “Art That Clicks: Curatorial Collective 23rd Room Adds some Flash to the Web.” Now Magazine 7-13 December 2000: 91.

Ingram, Gordon Brent. “Romancing the Stereotype.” Xtra! West 27 May 1999: 17.

Johns, Elisabeth. “Feminist Comics Skewer Injustice.” The Windsor Star 25 October 2004: A2.

Johnson, Jill. “Re-Orienting Park Visitors.” The Uniter 29 September 2005: n.p.

Karlinsky, Amy. “Feminist Artists Trace Gender/Culture Issue.” The Winnipeg Free Press 20 March 2003: D7.

---. “Home, Sweet Home in Eclectic Exhibition.” The Winnipeg Free Press 26 September 2002: D6.

King, Randall. “Dempsey’s Just Desserts: Performance Artist Has Her Cake and Squishes It Too.” The Winnipeg Sun 12 February 1993: 31.

Lacey, Liam. “Good Times Roll at Inside Out as Gay Film Fest Turns 10.” The Globe and Mail 17 May 2000: R4.

---. “Women’s Work.” The Globe and Mail 29 January 1991: C1.

Latimer, JoAnne. “An Old Parlour Game No More.” The Globe and Mail 4 May 1998: C1.

Ledger, Brent. “What a Lesbian Looks Like.” Xtra! 5 August 1994: 31.

Lee, Cheyenne. “Homemaker is All Screwed Up: Formica Fashion is De Rigeur for Domestic Goddess.” Xtra! 17 March 1995: 30.

Lee, Neil. “Good Citizen’s of Film Group Tackle Bad Boys and Girls.” Uptown 5-11 June 1997: 16.

Licata, Elizabeth. “Dempsey and Millan: They’re Talking Patriarchy.” Art Voice 11-17 March 1998: 13.

Lypchuk, Donna. “Necrofile: My Vagina Won’t Shut Up.” Eye 21 December 2000: 8.

Madill Jordan, Heather. “Of Cabbages and Drag Kings: Pride Cabaret Not Your Usual Tea Party.” Uptown 6 June 2002: 9.

---. “Women’s Work: Artists Use Performance Video to Explore Feminism.” Uptown 4 October 2001: 9.

Marchildon, Gilles. “Gay Winnipeg: Is the Phrase an Oxymoron?” Uptown 19 October 2000: n.p.

May, Louise M. “The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Art: Lorri Millan & Shawna Dempsey Release their Latest Film.” Swerve: Winnipeg’s Lesbian and Gay Rag November 1996: 6.

             Mayes, Alison. “The Corners of your Mind.” The Winnipeg Free Press 2 February 2008: F3.

             McFadden, Kegan. “Artists Expose Abundant Skill, Not Bodies.” The Uniter 13 March 2003: 10.

             McIlroy, Randal. “Market Value: Arts Think Downtown Needs Staples, not Staples.” Uptown 8 August 2002: Cover, 5.

Milokas, Nick. “Get a Whiff of This.” Leader-Post 7 June 2006: A10.

Mochnacz, Shawna L. “Queer Art Explosion: Good Things Come in 3s (‘Laugh-In’ At The Plug-In).” Swerve: Winnipeg’s Monthly Queer Newsmagazine March 1999: 8.

Morgan, Rachel. “The Lesbian Rangers Head Back to School: Part Performance Art, Part Outreach, Millan and Dempsey Draw Attention to Diversity at the University of Winnipeg.” Swerve: Winnipeg’s Monthly Queer Newsmagazine October 2005: 13.

New, Charlene. “Dempsey and Millan Imitate Life.” Swerve: Winnipeg’s Monthly Queer Newsmagazine September 1995: 8.

Nichols, Liz. “A Likeable Comic Buzz Can Be Found Under the Skirt.” Edmonton Journal 6 February 1998: C3.

---. “They’ve Got These Characters Nailed.” Edmonton Journal 3 February 1998: C3.

Osborne, Catherine. "Archaeology and You: Video Exhibit Takes Aim at Exhibits.” National Post, Jan. 10, 2004: T09.

Page, Lindsay. “Striking Performance by Winnipeg Duo.” The Arthur 7 February 1995: 17.

Pauch-Nolin, Kristen. “Scents of Style: Artists Attack Consumerism through Fragrances.” Uptown 14 July 2005: 20.

Peterson, Hope. “A Day in the LIFE of a Bull-Dyke.” Swerve: Winnipeg’s Lesbian and Gay Rag September 1995: 9.

Phillips, Maureen. “Call of the (Theoretically) Wild.” Xtra! 14 November 2002: 29.

Prokosh, Kevin. “Kevin Picks: Love, Forgiveness & Other Disasters.” The Winnipeg Free Press 4 October 2001: D8.

---. “Let’s Play Dress Up: Artists Depict Female Symbol.” The Winnipeg Free Press 24 November 1995: C4.

“Questions & Artists.” National Post 25 April 2008: Avenue Section.

Ragg, Mark. “A Touch of Naughty Culture in Our Gardens.” The Sydney Morning Herald 26 February 2000: 1.

             Roberts, Lorne. “Art Review: Scentbar.” The Winnipeg Free Press 21 July 2005: D8.

Roger, Margerit. “Millan and Dempsey Speak Out.” Swerve: Winnipeg’s Monthly Queer Newsmagazine February 2005: 23.

Sasha. “Love Bites.” Eye 25 October 2001. 70.

Schechter, Fran. “Flames Fires AGO.” Now Magazine 26 June 2014: Web. <http://www.now.uz/art/story.cfm?content=198605>.

“Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” The Argosy 7 November 1996: 23-25.

Shedden, James. “Interview: Shauna!” The Gaezette 7-9 October 1994: 2-3.

Swan, Sarah. “Good Performance Art Makes Audience Nervous.” The Winnipeg Free Press 29 July 2014: C3.

Touchette, Jacqui. “We’re Talking Shawna.” The Uniter: Queer Issue 1992: 6-7.

“Tour of Duty.” LOTL April 2000: 18-19.

Vesely, Carolin. “We’re Taling Aroma.” The Winnipeg Free Press 16 July 2005: n.p.

“Visual Arts Galleries: Sure Thing: Lesbian National Parks and Services.” The Coast 12-19 August 2004: 33.

Walker, Morley. “Art Imitates Life in Grocery Store: Artists Sell Food to Push Case for Exchange Development.” The Winnipeg Free Press 24 August 2002: C4.

---. “Gay City ads Mock Winnipeg Slogan.” The Winnipeg Free Press 1 October 1997: C4.

---. “Local Pair in U.S. Funding Flap.” The Winnipeg Free Press 6 June 1997: D1.

---. “One Gay City Put Off.” The Winnipeg Free Press 4 October 1997: D8.

We, Gladys. “Fishy Tales, Busted Hearts and a Percussive Clarinet.” Kinesis March 1991: 16-17.

Webb, Audrey. “From Saran Wrap to Arborite.” Vue Weekly 29 January - 4 February 1998: 23.

Weber, Terry. “Shock Art.” Winnipeg Free Press 6 February 1993: B1.

Zoratti, Jen. “Winnipeg Performance Artists Invite Audience to Board Airplane Destined for Hopefulness, Possibility.” The Winnipeg Free Press 29 May 2014: C1, C6.

Selected Websites

“Aborite Housedress by Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” FADO: Performance Art Centre. 23 March 1995. Web. 3 March 2015. <http://www.performanceart.ca/index.php?m=program&id=70>.

“Lesbian Rangers.” Rabble.ca. 18 October 2002. Web. 3 March 2015. <http://rabble.ca/news/lesbian-rangers>.

“Super Feminist – A Queer Video by Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Feminine Moments: Fine Art Made by Lesbian, Bisexual & Queer Women Artists Worldwide. 9 August 2009. Web. 3 March 2015. <http://www.femininemoments.dk/blog/super-feminist/>.

Weems, Mickey. “Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.” Qualia Encyclopedia of Gay People. 8 December 2011. Web. 3 March 2015. <http://www.qualiafolk.com/2011/12/08/shawna-dempsey-and-lorri-millan/>.