Press Release


For immediate release 

Monday, October 2, 2017

NIMAC and IMAA are pleased to welcome Becca Taylor as the Media Arts Conference Coordinator for the upcoming National Indigenous Media Arts Conference.

Becca Taylor is a multi-disciplinary artist and curator with Cree, Scottish and Irish descent.Her practice involves investigations of Indigenous community building and Indigenous feminisms through various mediums including video, text and installation.

She was awarded the Aboriginal curator-in-residence, from the Canada Council in 2015, where she curated the show Traces (2017) at Urban Shaman gallery in Winnipeg and was recently the Indigenous Curatorial Research Practicum at the Banff Centre, curating A light left on (2016.)

She currently resides in Edmonton, AB and is a core-member of Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective.

Image Credit: Katy Whitt Photography

Save the Date:
June 13 -15, 2018 in Saskatoon, SK
National Indigenous Media Arts Conference

The Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) in partnership with the National Indigenous Media Arts Coalition (NIMAC) are pleased to announce that the National Indigenous Media Arts Conference will take place June 13-15, 2018 in Saskatoon, SK. This joint NIMACIMAA summit will foreground issues of concern to the Indigenous media arts community from across Canada. It will feature keynote addresses, panel discussions, workshops, performances, exhibitions and screenings.The conference will take place at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, about 15 minutes outside of the city, along with satellite programming in various venues around Saskatoon.

We look forward to seeing you all in Saskatoon!



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