Multidisciplinary Arts

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Halifax, Nova Scotia
Indigenous Arts Programmer at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia | 2017 BFA at NSCAD University (majoring in fine art minoring in art history) | Multimedia Visual Artist | Mi’kmaw and French | Halifax NS
Amanda Foote
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Calgary, Alberta
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Ottawa, ON
Clayton Windatt
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Sturgeon Falls, Ontario
Self Portrait with Debra, Polaroid
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Banff, Canmore, Edmonton, Alberta
I have a deep interest in place, genealogy, and reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous communities. Many years of professional arts administration have allowed me generate unique, large-scale ideas, that explore powerful and potentially healing intersections between art, artists, and the community.
Eli Hirtle
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Victoria, BC (Lekwungen Territory)
Jonathan Dewar
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Ottawa
Jonathan Dewar, PhD, is an Indigenous Studies scholar and educator who specializes in exploring the role(s) of art and artist in truth, healing, and reconciliation. He currently works as the Executive Director of the First Nations Information Governance Centre.
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Global
Mario A. Caro is a researcher, curator, and critic of contemporary art, having published widely on the history, theory, and criticism of contemporary Indigenous arts. His work within the academy complements his endeavors within various communities to promote global cultural exchanges.
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Sault Ste Marie

Rihkee Strapp is a two-spirit Metis of the Wolverine Clan and was born in the small Northwestern community of Red Lake, Ontario. They are a multi-disicplinary artist whose practice includes traditional woodland painting, installation, performance, and social practice
NW011
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Sault Ste. Marie