I am interested in curatorial projects that profile Indigenous artists and their art from the North. I began my curatorial practice in 2010 as a curatorial trainee with the Yukon Art Centre and the territorial art department. As an art history student, I curated online exhibitions during the COVID lockdowns and a travelling exhibition in Alberta. As an Indigenous curator, I welcome opportunities to curate Indigenous art projects with private and public institutions looking for meaningful and respectful relations with Indigenous arts and curators. Indigenous artists create meaningful spaces to engage in conversations about current and historical issues related to contemporary and traditional art, social issues, climate change, and art criticism reflected in our art practice.
Strength in Spirit: Living with COVID-19
2020 Online exhibition part of Graduate program - University of Victoria
Aakíí isskská’takssin (Woman thought)
2017 Travelling exhibition with TREX - Art Gallery of Alberta
Carrying Forward Our Traditions
2015 A featured project at the Adaka Cultural Festival in Whitehorse, Yukon
Hands of Time: Bush Women on the Land
2014 Online exhibition part of the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective AGM - Montreal, Quebec.
Sewing our Traditions: Dolls of Canada's North
Exhibited at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, toured parts of northern Canada, and showcased at the Scotts Polar Research Centre in Cambridge, UK.