• Kim Soo Goodtrack

    Artist

    Kim Soo Goodtrack is member of the Lakota Wood Mountain reserve in southern Saskatchewan. She is a multidisciplinary artist, author, musician and educator who taught children and adults in the Vancouver School District for over two decades, and who has created, written and co-produced numerous educational television shows for APTN.

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  • Dana Claxton

    Artist

    Dana Claxton is a multidisciplinary artist based in Vancouver. Her family reserve is Lakota First Nations – Wood Mountain. Her paternal Euro-Canadian grandmother taught her how to harvest and preserve food and her maternal Lakota grandmother taught her to seek justice. Relying on Lakota cultural values, history, language and ideas, both ancient and new, Claxton’s work questions the multifaceted layers of identity inherent to Indigenous ways of being.

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  • Jeneen Frei Njootli

    Artist

    Jeneen Frei Njootli is a Vuntut Gwich’in artist whose practice is concerned with Indigeneity-in-politics, community engagement and productive disruption. Her interdisciplinary approach uses a range of media including performance, photography, sound and textiles to deconstruct the history of materials and investigate their relationship to trade, ceremonial regalia and the politics of Indigenous representation. She is a founding member of the ReMatriate collective.

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