IndigenEd

Indigenous Arts Education

Lifting Female Indigenous Voices & Stories through Music, Film & Workshops

 
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ABOUT Our Founder

Veronica Johnny is a Cree/Dene multi-disciplinary, 2-Spirit, artist-entrepreneur and arts educator. Ms. Johnny is a member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation and presently lives in Northern Ontario.

 

Veronica founded The Johnnys,  a multi-award nominated rock’n’roll band, with partner Dave Johnny. The Johnnys released their 4th album, Leathers and Feathers in June 2020. She’s the rhythm guitarist, lead singer and band manager.

 

Their all-Cree single, Nisakihtan Kiya Kisoskatowin, and 2020 single Leathers and Feathers both climbed to the Top 10 on the  Indigenous Music Countdown!

 

As a singer-songwriter, at Veronica Johnny Music, she mixes acoustic guitar with hard rock and hand drum rhythms. She’s an Indigenous Woman Entrepreneur, engineer, producer, manager, musician, artist, digital storyteller, hand drummer, speaker and founder of IndigenEd.

 

IndigenEd offers virtual workshops, events and performances and speakers. In-person, we offer outdoor, land-based, art-focussed events. 

Our intention is to lift female Indigenous voices through music, film and art.

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