Jaimie Isaac is a Winnipeg-based interdisciplinary curator and artist, member of Sagkeeng First Nation in Treaty 1 territory of Anishinaabe and British heritage. Isaac holds a degree in Art History and an Arts and Cultural Management Certificate from the University of Winnipeg and a Masters of Arts from the University of British Columbia, with research focus on Indigenous Curatorial Praxis, and methodologies in decolonizing and Indigenizing. Recent exhibitions include Insurgence Resurgence (co curated) and Vernon Ah Kee: cantchant, Boarder X, We Are On Treaty Land, and Quiyuktchigaewin; Making Good for the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Isaac co-founded of The Ephemerals Collective which was long-listed for the 2017 Sobey Art Award. She collaborated on the official denial (trade value in progress) a national project. Her published essays appear in: Close Encounters: The Next 500 Years, The Land We Are Now: Writers and Artists Unsettle the Politics of Reconciliation and the Public 54: Indigenous Art: New Media and the DigitalJournal, C magazine, Bordercrossings magazine and Art+Wonder magazine. Jaimie was a co-faculty for the Wood Land School at Plug In Summer Institute in 2016. She has presented research in North America and Europe, including at Princeton University, the Royal Holloway University of London and NAISA Conference at the University of Hawaii. Isaac was one of the Canada Council’s Indigenous delegation at the 2017 Venice Biennale.