Quill Violet Christie-Peters & I dialogue about decolonizing sexuality thru visual art in this episode. She’s an Anishinaabe arts programmer and self-taught visual artist currently residing in Thunder Bay. She is the creator of the Indigenous Youth Residency Program, an artist residency for Indigenous youth that relies on a radically relational praxis that allows youth to reclaim relationships to self, homeland, ancestors and community while exploring land-based arts practices. Quill holds a masters degree in Indigenous Governance on Anishinaabe art-making as a practice of falling in love and sits on the board of directors for Native Women in the Arts. In her free time, she paints and writes about self-love and self-pleasure as resistance to the settler colonial project and is very interested in exploring the body as a site of ancestors/homelands/creation.
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