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Fellowship Participant - Lindsay Lachance

Fellowship Participants

Dr. Lindsay Lachance

Lindsay Lachance

Artistic Associate, Indigenous Theatre
Canada's National Arts Centre
Canada

Dr. Lindsay Lachance is the Artistic Associate of Indigenous Theatre at the National Arts Centre and is from an Algonquin Anishinabe and Canadian family. Lindsay’s doctoral work exists at the intersections of Indigenous Theatre and Critical Indigenous Studies, where she celebrates and supports Indigenous theatre art and artists. Lindsay works as a dramaturg, supporting new play development, through a practice that centers the knowledges, skills and gifts of her collaborators that honours each process.

Lindsay has been working with youth for over 15 years at summer camps, community centres, The Native Youth Program at the UBC Museum of Anthropology and the Indigenous Youth Residency Program at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Lindsay is a granddaughter, a daughter, a niece, a cousin, a sister, an auntie and a partner. She honours the gifts, offerings and teachings that Indigenous women before her have offered and is motivated to honour and support the next generation of leaders.

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ISPA would like to thank the Canada Council for the Arts for their partnership in this important fellowship initiative.

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