Catherine Tammaro is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practise spans decades.
Catherine is a seated Spotted Turtle Clan FaithKeeper and is active throughout the City of Toronto and beyond, in many organizations as Elder in Residence, Mentor, Teacher and Cultural Advisor. She is an alumna of the Ontario College of Art and has had a diverse career, multiple exhibits and installations, published written works
and presentations and continues her creative practise.
Catherine actively supports the work and development of other artists on an ongoing basis. She served on the Board of the TAC, TAC’s Income Precarity Working Group and was the Chair of the Toronto Arts Council’s Indigenous Advisory Committee in 2020/21 and is the Indigenous Arts Program Manager at Toronto Arts Council and continues teaching, learning and exploring her creativity and that of others.
Location: High Park Nature Centre
Taiaiako’n Historical Preservation Society’s Director and Elder Donna Powless and her son, Troy Powless (Snipe Clan, of Cayuga of Six Nations) will lead this informative series of workshops at High Park Nature Centre for participants interested in the Indigenous histories and land stewardship practices of High Park’s sacred spaces, where 57 ancient…