Indigenous/Métis, integrated visual, performing, and community artist with a penchant for cardboard, found objects, storytelling, and site-specific, land-based installations. Collaborators on this project include Queer & 2spirit advocate Teddy Syrette and local community members. Rihkee is receiving additional support for their YAAP project from The Arts Council of Sault Ste. Marie & District / Arts Council of Algoma.
Take a look at their Culture Days activities this year!
Rihkee in Culture Days 2015
Rihkee is currently based in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and open for collaboration regarding…
regarding project management, collaborative technology, and grant applications for individual artists, collectives, non-profits, for profits, and social enterprises.
an art medium that focuses on social engagement, inviting collaboration with individuals, communities, and institutions in the creation of participatory art.
using of large scale imagery to lead groups and individuals towards a goal. The method is used in various processes such as meetings, seminars, workshops and conferences. This visual process is conducted by a Graphic Facilitator.
innovating around new technologies to create more effective online meetings, or intersecting inperson and online events.
“Make a Living Making Art” is a program designed by Rihkee to provide skill building opportunities for underrepresented artists. The aim is to provide FREE training on seven topics that are important for anyone working in the arts sector today such as: project development, new technology, artful equity, emotional intelligence, grants & funding, advocacy, and entrepreneurship. These trainings are useful for anyone who is an artist regardless of art discipline and anyone who uses art as a tool for social change in their communities.
Hey East Gwillimbury, We are co-presenting a Culture Days Information Session with York Region Arts Council at Sharon Temple National Historic Site & Museum May 30 at 6:30PM. Register: http://bit.ly/2sf0ULL