Indigenous Walks Tour

Indigenous Walks Tour

Click here for photos from the tour.

Decolonizing Curatorial Pedagogies workshop participants attended a walking tour of downtown Ottawa led by Jaime Koebel* of Indigenous Walks, highlighting art and monuments with social, political and cultural significance from an Indigenous perspective.


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*Click here for Jaime Koebel's biographical note...

Jaime Koebel is an Apeetagosan/Nehiyaw (Métis/Cree) woman originally from Lac La Biche, Alberta and is proud owner and operator of Indigenous Walks. She was motivated to do the walks for many reasons, however, her confidence to do the walk came from her time as an Educator at the National Gallery of Canada where she gave educational art tours through the lens of the Indigenous experience in Canada and around the world.

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