SEPTEMBER 24, 1966


Belcourt, born in Scarborough, Ontario (ON), authored/co-authored: Jeremy and the Magic Ball (2008), Medicines to Help Us, Traditional Metis Plant Use (2008), and BeadworkFirst Peoples’ Beading History and Techniques (2011). Her acrylics are in: Gabriel Dumont Institute; Nature Conservancy of Canada (CA); National Gallery of CA; Thunder Bay Art Gallery; and Canadian Museum of Civilization.  Christi’s stained-glass window recognizing Residential Schools survivors was installed at Parliament. Fellowships: CA Council for the Arts; ON Arts Council (OAC); and Métis Nation of ON. Awards: ON Premier’s, Excellence in Arts; Governor General’s Innovation (2016); Art Gallery of ON (2015); and OAC Aboriginal Arts (2014). Belcourt is Lead Coordinator of Walking with Our Sisters, art installation for missing & murdered Indigenous women, and co-founder of the Onaman Collective preserving Métis language & teachings. Christi has been active in protesting Federal decisions under the First Nations Education Act.

“Christi Belcourt,” Strong Nations.  Retrieved 3/19/2022, Christi Belcourt (Authors) - Strong Nations
“Christi Belcourt,” Prabook. Retrieved 3/19/2022, Christi Belcourt (born September 24, 1966), painter | World Biographical Encyclopedia (
Photo:  Friendo, 2008.  Christi in Studio. Permissive Use.

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