Naomi Gracechild (she/her/hers) is a multidisciplinary artist, educator,and antiracism activist of Afro-Caribbean and European descent, born and currently residing on the unceded ancestral territories of the Musqueam, Tsleil-Watuth and Squamish peoples. Born into a musical family, art has always been a part of Naomi’s life. Since childhood she has studied the arts in various capacities including piano, voice, theatre and visual arts. The learning process never stops and she is constantly learning, growing, changing and evolving. Naomi is an advocate of public access to art and believes deeply in its sacred power to heal communities, document history, define culture and transform lives.
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Summer Block Party: Rungh Readings with Hogan's Alley Society
Summer Block Party was a partnership event with Hogan's Alley Society. It included poetry, performance and archive reactivations by Darcy McFadden, Patrick Pouponneau, and Naomi Gracechild.