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Angela Loft is a multi-disciplinary artist from Kahnawake, Mohawk Territory. She is a Juno and two time Polaris nominated vocalist with the performance project YAMANTAKA//SONIC TITAN. As a theatrical creator she has developed After the Fire: Based on Interviews about Idle No More, Our Last Best Hope with Clay and Paper Theatre, YT//ST’s Opera 33, and Smithsonian’s NMAI Artist Leadership Program funded K-Town Underground. She is the Assistant Artistic Director of Jumblies Theatre, where she co-facilitates the Art Fare Essentials workshops, and had been lead artist on their collaboration with First Nations School of Toronto, A Pageant for the Seasons. She specializes in outdoor community engaged spectacle art and has facilitated design and making workshops, as well as theatrical costume, puppet creation, and performance with Clay and Paper Theatre, Aanmitaagzi, Shadowland Theatre, Whitewater Gallery, and Thinking Rock Community Arts. Ange’s design work includes her wearable art line Cult of Kateri: Armour and Accessories, and her work in art and movement direction on the experimental film HIDE, created at the Banff Arts Centre and screened at ImagneNATIVE film fest. She also facilitates WovenWords: Voice, Movement and Story building, and is passionate about creative skill sharing and encouraging the ability to self actualize. Upcoming work includes creation and performance of Material Witness with Spiderwoman Theatre, audio explorations of her script HOOFS, design and visual score for YT//ST’s short film Cantata B, and Jumbies’ National community arts initiative Train of Thought