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Kat Clarida

Kat Clarida

For more than 30 years I have been most fortunate to work as an Artist, Consultant, Trainer and Producer for many cutting edge grass-roots communication for social change projects with diverse cultures from across Canada, primarily in the four Inuit land claim territories. Through the exploration of issues using all art modalities, I provide a safe place for people to explore their inner worlds and then proudly voice their world through art.

Emerging from a tranquil escape

Blog Post 5 – May 18, 2016 by Kat Clarida Odawa Native Friendship Centre Mamidosewin Aboriginal Student Centre, Algonquin College ‘Tis a whirlwind project for sure and we are now all … Read More / Suite

Social art experiment and collaboration is born

Blog Post 4 – April 18, 2016 by Kat Clarida Odawa Native Friendship Centre Mamidosewin Aboriginal Student Centre, Algonquin College Throughout the workshops the participants were provided opportunities for artistic exploration … Read More / Suite

Art for Social Change – Your Brain on Art

Blog Post 3 – March 31, 2016 by Kat Clarida Odawa Native Friendship Centre Mamidosewin Aboriginal Student Centre, Algonquin College What a wonderful start to spring with change in the air … Read More / Suite

Drum soundscape and visualization

Blog Post 2 – February 25, 2016 by Kat Clarida Odawa Native Friendship Centre Mamidosewin Aboriginal Student Centre, Algonquin College It is such an honour to witness an explosion of artistic … Read More / Suite

Passion for art and social change

Blog post 1 – Jan 21, 2016 by Kat Clarida Odawa Native Friendship Centre What an amazing group of people to brave brittle cold to come to the first Your … Read More / Suite