Megan Feheley is a two spirit/non-binary/ililiw (Moose Cree)/settler interdisciplinary artist and curator living and working out of Toronto. They are currently working towards their BFA in Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University, and work predominately in sculpture/installation, beadwork, textiles, painting and video. Megan is passionate about resurgent practices, language revitalization, working with materials that connect them to their homeland, and exploring Indigenous and queer futurity. They really, really like tea.
During their time as co-president of the Indigenous Student Association (ISA) at OCAD University, Megan has been a core organizer of initiatives to support and uplift emerging Indigenous artists, as well as an advocate for equitable education and community centred practices. As part of their work with the ISA, they have also co-curated 4 exhibitions: Arrive:Tewá:ko-Dagoshin-Otiacicoh-Takoshin-Bagamaawaniidiwag, Terra Incognita, Flux Refusal and Between Ice and Earth.
Their current focus includes upcoming curatorial projects, as well as ongoing experimental installation work.