Joi T. Arcand
Duck Lake askiy - Duck Lake, Saskatchewan
From the series otē nīkān misiwē askīhk - Here on Future Earth
2009
Inkjet print
Courtesy of the artist and Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection

Joi T. Arcand
Fresh Bread - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
From the series otē nīkān misiwē askīhk - Here on Future Earth
2009
Inkjet print

Joi T. Arcand
Bus Mall - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
From the series otē nīkān misiwē askīhk - Here On Future Earth.
2009
Inkjet print

Joi T. Arcand
Don’t Say Bread Say Bannock - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
From the series otē nīkān misiwē askīhk - Here On Future Earth
2009
Inkjet print

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Joi T. Arcand
Duck Lake askiy - Duck Lake, Saskatchewan
From the series otē nīkān misiwē askīhk - Here on Future Earth
2009
Inkjet print
Courtesy of the artist and Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection

Joi T. Arcand
Fresh Bread - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
From the series otē nīkān misiwē askīhk - Here on Future Earth
2009
Inkjet print

Joi T. Arcand
Bus Mall - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
From the series otē nīkān misiwē askīhk - Here On Future Earth.
2009
Inkjet print

Joi T. Arcand
Don’t Say Bread Say Bannock - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
From the series otē nīkān misiwē askīhk - Here On Future Earth
2009
Inkjet print

Joi T. Arcand

Joi T. Arcand is a photo-based artist from Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan, Treaty 6 territory, currently residing in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with Great Distinction from the University of Saskatchewan in 2005.

Recent solo exhibitions include the Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff; ODD Gallery, Dawson City; Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon; Wanuskeiwn Heritage Park, Saskatoon; Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina; Gallery 101, Ottawa. Her work has been included in numerous group exhibitions, including at the Winnipeg Art Gallery; Karsh-Masson Art Gallery, Ottawa; McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton; Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, Asheville, NC; Woodland School at SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art, Montreal; Ottawa Art Gallery; Paved Arts, Saskatoon; and grunt gallery, Vancouver.

Arcand has been artist in residence at Wanuskewin Heritage Park; OCAD University; Plug-In Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg; Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity; and Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Dawson City. She has served as chair of the board of directors for Paved Arts in Saskatoon and was the co-founder of the Red Shift Gallery, a contemporary aboriginal art gallery in Saskatoon.

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