Métis multidisciplinary artist Moe Clark is a nomadic songbird with wings woven from circle singing and spoken word. Originally from Treaty 7, she’s called tio’tia:ke (Montreal) home for over a decade. Moe fuses together vocal improvisation with multilingual lyricism to create meaning that is rooted in personal legacy and ancestral memory. Apart from performance, she facilitates creative workshops in various contexts; she produces festivals and performances; and she mentors emerging indigenous artists. In 2016 she launched nistamîkwan: a transformational arts organization with an emphasis on intercultural and intergenerational collaboration. Moe has two albums of music, a bilingual book of poetry and multiple performance videos. Her work has been featured around the world at the Lincoln Centre (US), Queensland Poetry Festival (AU), Maelström Poetry Festival (BE) and Planet IndigenUs festival (CA), among others.

www.moeclark.ca / www.nistamîkwan.com

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