Kim Wheatley

2019 Program Artist

Kim Wheatley is an Anishinaabe Ojibway Grandmother from Shawanaga First Nation Reserve who carries the Spirit name Head or Leader of the Fireflower and is Turtle clan. She has appeared on TV, radio and in many news articles connected to her passion of Indigenous Knowledge sharing. Grandmother Kim Wheatley is deeply committed to creating and promoting awareness of the Indigenous perspective utilizing her gifts of song, storytelling and Traditional teachings. Grandmother Kim Wheatley has worked with over 34 First Nation communities having organized many Indigenous events, authored four books, received city awards & volunteers on a variety of boards as an Indigenous Advisor.


A Walk across Space and Time

The goal of A Walk Across Space and Time is to observe—and share observations—about plural understandings of the shoreline, Toronto, and the landscape embodied in the area around 259 Lake Shore Blvd E. The past remains present in the material landscape, but its absence from most people’s everyday consciousness is striking. Through walking and talking indoors and […]