Rema Tavares identifies as a rural, working class, artist, educator, and mother of Jamaican and Irish decent. Her work has shown in national and international exhibits. She is the Founder of Mixed in Canada, a national critical resource centre for mixed-race identified Canadians. She is a co-founder of the MIXED Art Conference, a biennial conference focused around racialized mixed-race identity and intersectionality. She is also 1/3rd of 3MW Collective, a group of three mixed-race identified women who use visual art as a vehicle to deconstruct mixed-race identity. She has been invited to speak at the University of Toronto, Ontario Public Services, CBC Radio, and CTV Canada AM.