Welcome to Magnetic Creatives

Immerse yourself in the spellbinding tales of Minuete, an artist extraordinaire who embarked on her creative expedition in 2018, skillfully crafting stories that navigate the nuanced dance between masculinity and femininity in the canvas of the 21st century.

Her life story, growing up mainly with her father and meeting her mother at 21, reflects feelings of abandonment. Now, as a new mom, Minuete uses photography, cinematography, and art to help other parents share their stories.

What sets Minuete apart is that she taught herself everything she knows about art. Her unique and often overlooked style explores hidden truths in a straightforward way. Through her art, Minuete dives into the complexities of life, offering a deep and thought-provoking experience for viewers.

At Magnetic Creatives, philanthropy is an integral element of our organizational ethos. We are committed to regular contributions aimed at supporting local shelters and food banks in the Toronto area. Beyond these initiatives, our founder, Minuete, serves as a co-founder of The Seeds That Bloom, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering youth through mentorship programs.

The Seeds That Bloom is actively engaged in various projects encompassing dance, art, cooking, and baking, all designed to foster personal growth and development among young individuals. A proportion of the proceeds generated from Magnetic Creatives is directly channeled into sustaining these benevolent endeavors throughout the year.

For those interested in contributing to our community-driven initiatives or learning more about The Seeds That Bloom, we welcome inquiries via email at Theseedsthatbloom@gmail.com. Join us in making a positive and lasting impact on our community through collaborative efforts and shared dedication.



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Magnetic Creatives recognizes that its work, and the work of its community partners take place on traditional Indigenous territories across the province.  We acknowledge that there are 46 treaties and other agreements that cover the territory now called Ontario. We are thankful to be able to work and live in these territories. We are thankful to the First Nations, Metis and Inuit people who have cared for these territories since time immemorial and who continue to contribute to the strength of Ontario and to all communities across the province.  
Acknowledging traditional Indigenous territories is one way to recognize contemporary and historical Indigenous presence and land rights. It is a small step towards dismantling the continued impacts of colonialism and undoing Indigenous erasure in our everyday lives. For more information on the purpose of Land Acknowledgements check out https://native-land.ca/