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TAPA Trade Series: Conflict Resolution, Part 2 – Indigenous Perspectives

02/15/2022 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

This workshop is part of the TAPA Trade Series: Anti-Racism Training and Education Sessions presented  in partnership with CPAMO.

This workshop is offered free of charge, exclusively to TAPA Members. Please register through your MyTAPA account.

Facilitated by Clayton Windatt, CPAMO Program Associate

The second part in the Conflict Resolution session.  Part 2 will focus on conflict resolution with an Indigenous lens.

About the Facilitator

Clayton Windatt is a Métis non–binary multi-artist living and working between Sturgeon Falls and Toronto, Ontario.  Clayton holds a BA in Fine Art from Nipissing University and received Graphic Design certification from Canadore College.  With an extensive history working in Artist-Run Culture and Community Arts, and through their own activism, Clayton works towards healthier relationships for national and global Indigenous artists and communities.  The former Executive Director of the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective, Clayton maintains contracts with several colleges and universities, arts magazines, arts councils, arts organizations, and other organizations as a critical writer, columnist and consultant in addition to pursuing their independent arts practice.  Clayton is an active filmmaker and director with works featured in festivals such as ImagineNative and the Toronto International Film Festival and recent commissions by the National Film Board of Canada.  Clayton works in/with community, design, communications, curation, performance, theatre, technology, and consulting, and is a very active writer, filmmaker and visual-media artist and was recently appointed to the National Gallery of Canada’s Board of Trustees.


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