Becca Taylor & Niki Little

Wabiska Maengun | Niki Little is a mother, artist/observer, arts administrator, and a founding member of The Ephemerals. She is of Cree and English descent from the Garden Hill First Nation and is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her interests include artistic and curatorial strategies that investigate cultural consumerism, Indigenous women and feminism, cultural skill-based strategies, and cultural diaspora with slightest hint of ambivalence. Little is the Director for the National Indigenous Media Arts Coalition.

Becca Taylor is a multi-disciplinary artist and curator of Cree, Scottish, and Irish descent. Her practice involves investigations of Indigenous community building and Indigenous feminism through various mediums including video, text, and installations. She was awarded the Aboriginal Curator-in-Residence from the Canada Council for the Arts in 2015, where she curated the show Traces (2017) at Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery in Winnipeg and was recently the Indigenous Curatorial Research Practicum at the Banff Centre, curating A light left on (2016). She currently lives in Edmonton, Alberta and is a core member of Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective.