April 28, 2018 - Cam offered me a guided visit of the street art created during Unceded Voices 2017. As she spoke about her work as an artist and as an event coordinator, she discussed how everyday walking might be enriched for those who encounter these works made by Indigenous artists and artists of color. [Image/audio credit: Pohanna Pyne Feinberg]


Cam is an independent curator and a community arts organizer. She completed a Bachelors Degree in Art History and a Certificate in Gender Studies at UQAM in 2016. Since 2014, She is the lead organizer of Unceded Voices, a convergence of artists and muralists who identify as indigenous women/2spirit/Queer/Women of color that takes place in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal. Since 2015, she has worked for several arts organizations in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal as a project coordinator.




Where you walk, is there visible presence of Indigenous cultures and languages?

Do you see your culture represented in the street? Or do you feel invisible?

Do you dream about transforming your city or the places where you walk? Are there ways for you to make these dreams come true?