Christina Bekintis is an Anishinaabe mother of the eagle clan, a Cultural Revitalization Coordinator with Wahkohtowin and a self-taught artist who finds passion in bringing her dreams, visions, connection to the land and culture to life through art. She resides in Wawa, Ontario and is a band member of Garden River First Nation. Fire Wolf enjoys using acrylic paints, bright vivid colors contrasted against silhouettes with intricate details, murals, facilitating painting workshops and aspires to continue developing her own unique style by telling stories riddled in teachings that are found in her art.
Chapleau Cree First Nation
Adrienne Beaupre, an unwavering advocate for cultural revitalization, serves as the Residential School Coordinator with Chapleau Cree First Nation. Committed to fostering healing and preserving Indigenous heritage, Adrienne plays a crucial role in facilitating initiatives that honor and strengthen the community's cultural fabric. Her dedication to addressing the legacy of residential schools reflects a profound commitment to truth, reconciliation, and the well-being of her community.