Mikw Chiyam: Artist in Residence. The Quebec Cree School Board Arts Education Concentration Program is an interdisciplinary enrichment program that aims to increase student retention by reinforcing Cree identity through artistic expression. The aspiration for the program is to inspire youth by introducing them to various contemporary Indigenous artists and to create contexts for students to collaborate with professional Canadian artists through four intensive in-school, seven-week artist residencies. Find out more.
N’we Jinan: Artist in Residence. Integrative arts program that offers two – 5 week creative residencies per school which take place in an after school or extracurricular setting. Our program invites artists into schools and communities chosen from a list of applicants that include visual artists, printmakers, photographers, filmmakers, spoken word poets, musicians, actors, authors, dancers, etc. Find out more.
The Berg: webseries.
2014-2016 UBC Creative Writing Alumni Association: social media executive. You can find out more about this project here.
2011-2015 Citizens of Tomorrow, SSHRC grant studying how marginalized youth use digital media as a way to express their ideas surrounding personal identity. You can find out more about that project here.
2009-2013 Museum of Anthropology: Native Youth Program. Program manager.