Kiona Ligtvoet

Kiona Ligtvoet is a Métis painter and printmaker living in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on Treaty 6 land. She is Cree-Mohawk Métis,  and part of Michel First Nation. Ligtvoet's work touches on themes of childhood, sexuality, gender, and indigenous identity. 

Ligtvoet is currently exploring the use of family photographs as a way of accessing memories. Introducing textures in her work, Ligtvoet creates a new form of representation for her experiences.

Having completed her diploma in Fine Art at MacEwan University, Ligtvoet currently attends the University of Alberta, studying for her bachelor's degree in Fine Art.  

Education 

2014-2017

MacEwan University - Diploma in Fine Art

2017-2020

University of Alberta - Bachelor of Fine Art

Exhibitions 

Group

MacEwan Intermedia Video Showing - Latitude 53

2016

2017

Orange Factory - MacEwan Grad Show

2017

2017

2018

2018

Landmarks - The Works Art and Design Festival, and Elk Island Park

Kaleido Family Arts Festival - Stollery Gallery

Anthropocities - Shaw Conference Centre

Kaleido Family Arts Festival - Stollery Gallery

Publications

2017

SNAPline- Youth Culture, Winter Edition

Anthropocities

2018

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