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Jaimie Isaac

Jaimie Isaac is the curator of Indigenous and contemporary art at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, an interdisciplinary artist and member of Sagkeeng in Treaty 1 territory. Isaac holds a degree in Art History and a Masters of Arts from 
the University of British Columbia. Recent exhibitions include Woven Together at Kelowna Art Gallery, Behind Closed Doors, Insurgence Resurgence (co-curated with Julie Nagam), Vernon Ah Kee: cantchant, Boarder X (touring), We Are On Treaty Land, and Quiyuktchigaewin; Making Good for the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Isaac co-founded of The Ephemerals Collective which was long-listed for the 2017 Sobey Art Award. She’s contributed writing in catalogues and essays in The Land We Are Now: Writers and Artists Unsettle the Politics of Reconciliation book and the Public 54: Indigenous Art: New Media and the Digital Journal. She was co-faculty for the Wood Land School at Plug In Institute. Jaimie has snowboarded for 20 + years.


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