Lindsey Bond

Lindsey is a settler media artist, educator and single-mother from Edmonton, AB, ᐊᒥᐢᑿᒌᐚᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ (Amiskwacîwâskahikan) where the North Saskatchewan River runs deep underneath ever-stretching prairie skies. She is currently a MFA Candidate at The University of Alberta: Fine Arts: Intermedia.
As an Indigenous accomplice, Lindsey positions herself alongside artists and youth to create photographic and video installations, postcards and books that speak to and question: identity, home and the memory-site. Her art practice focuses on community-based projects that foster alliances and collaboration between Indigenous and settler communities. As a Treaty person, she is interested in learning and working with Indigenous communities and epistemologies, including néhiyaw and Anishinaabe, through which she can strive to be Other-wise and navigate our shared pathways.
Lindsey has a multi-disciplinary approach to teaching that is firmly rooted in the belief that art exists in everyday life and everyone has the potential to think and be creative. She has taught traditional and digital photography to all ages in Alberta and Manitoba including: The Winnipeg Children’s Museum, The Art Gallery of Alberta, and Artist-Run-Centers including: PLATFORM centre for photographic + digital arts, Harcourt House, and Community Living Winnipeg.

Language(s): English
Grade levels that programming is provided for: Primary (K - 3), Junior (4 - 6), Intermediate (7 - 8), Secondary, Post secondary, Adult education

Facilitates Group Lessons


Offers private lessons

Offers services to schools

  • Community Engaged Arts
  • Digital & Media Arts
  • Indigenous Arts
  • Multidisciplinary
  • Visual Arts
  • Artist-Educator Partnership
  • Residency
  • In-School Workshops

Profile last updated: Apr 3 2020