Mullyanne Nîmito

September 16 – October 29, 2022
Exhibition, Performance Art

About the Program

Cheyenne Rain LeGrande’s ᑭᒥᐊᐧᐣ solo exhibition, Mullyanne Nîmito showcases several previous video performance works, as well as a new piece developed for this exhibition. LeGrande’s auteur presents striking, difficult-to-resist-for-the-‘Gram moments but is held tightly with her love for the hybrid space between both traditional and contemporary Indigenous culture. In this exhibition, LeGrande brings together language, pull tabs and the transference of familial craft knowledges to deliver visceral performances across grief and into reclamation. Striking somewhere between fashion glam and land-based practices, LeGrande, a recent alumni of ECUAD, returns to the coast in high-style, ever sick, and standing always at least three-inches taller in her signature platforms. Maskisin ᒪᐢᑭᓯᐣ and Rinse: an evening of performance with Cheyenne Rain LeGrande and Amrita Hepi occurred at Western Front on September 21, 2022.


Accessibility Support: Keimi Nakashima-Ochoa
Accounting: Linda Gorrie
Administration: Meagan Kus
Archives: Dan Pon and Jessica Fletcher
Communications: Katrina Orlowski
Gallery Assistant: Hedy Wood
Grantwriting Support: Mary Ann Anderson
Installation/Preparator: Kay Slater
Photography: Dennis Ha
Programming: Vanessa Kwan and Whess Harman
Tech: Sebnem Ozpeta


2022.0916 MUL


English, Cree

Related program

Maskisin ᒪᐢᑭᓯᐣ and Rinse (Related)


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