Indigenous women have been and are the backbone of community and the voice of celebration, pride, injustice and controversy. Through the lens of creation, storytelling and performance, McLeod will speak about First Nations women warrior-artists who told—and tell—the stories of Indigenous experience and resilience.
Suzanne McLeod is Anishinaabe-ikwe from Sagkeeng First Nation,
Manitoba. She obtained her PhD in Art History (Native American) from the
University of New Mexico and is currently Assistant Professor at the
School of Art, University of Manitoba (Indigenous Arts). Her interest is
in the re-examination of constructed narratives of Indigenous peoples.
June 3, 2022
ASL Interpreter: Tessa Rogowski