The Aunties

AUNTY COLLECTIVE

An Indigenous hub of gender-diverse artists and creators from across Turtle Island.

The Aunty Collective Indigenous Creative Practice Hub recognizes the sovereignty of the Lekwungen Peoples, land, waters, ancestors, and non-human relations and understands that only through meaningful, respectful, reciprocal relationships, is our work made possible. As diverse Indigenous peoples who carry our unique Indigenous laws with us while away from our own lands, waters, and relatives, we make visible and honour Lekwungen laws, protocols, and authority as we create, share, and develop relationships within the Lekwungen and neighboring Coast Salish territories and peoples.

About Us

THE SHOP

We provide an accessible commerce platform for Indigenous peoples to share their creations/skills

Aunty Collective has an online commerce site as well as a storefront. We provide an accessible commerce platform for Indigenous peoples to share their creations/skills and for the public to access authentic Indigenous art and culture.

Workshops & Programs

AC offers a variety of workshops and is open to sourcing artists for all your workshop needs. We offer small and large group workshops which can be had onsite and/or on location.

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The Collective

Aunty Collective has an online commerce site as well as a storefront at 2620 Rock Bay Ave. Upstairs on Lekwungen territory in Victoria BC.

We provide an accessible commerce platform for Indigenous peoples to share their creations/skills and for the public to access authentic Indigenous art and culture.

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Memberships

Aunty Collective offers memberships for Indigenous artists at different levels. Aunty Collective supports and creates capacity and access to authentic, creative, Indigenous practices, and creates a space that is accessible for allies to witness and learn more about our lives/stories/creative practices.

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Aunty Collective is a creative practice, learning space for Indigenous artists and peoples.

We prioritize creating space and supporting the agency of Indigenous 2SLGBTQIA+, women, and youth, and work to develop accessible opportunities for Indigenous artists of all mediums to take up space, learn and share knowledge, create, and nurture the future generations to come. 

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Gallery

Our gallery is curated over the year with selected exhibits featuring local community, youth, 2S/Indigiqueer/Women artists, and artists from across Turtle Island.

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