Lesley Hampton

Designer

Lesley Hampton was a ‘third culture kid’ and her early life was one of constant relocation. Formative years spent in Canada’s Arctic and Atlantic, Australia, England, Indonesia, and New Caledonia, added to her quest to establish a personal and cultural identity. Lesley defines herself through the amalgamation of the indigeneity, to her Anishinaabe and Mohawk heritage, as well as, her early nomadic upbringing. Becoming a nomad through experiences with boarding school, international school, adoption, and cross-cultural experiences, Lesley nurtured a passion for socio-cultural concepts, to help define her identity, and reconnect with her indigenous roots.

Schedule

Mon, Sept 23

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Tues, Sept 24

01:10pm

01:10pm - 01:40pm

Youth

Reclaiming Indigenous Narrative through Fashion, Art, Culture

Kimberley Veitch of COMPASS Collective, gender equality expert Karen Craggs-Milne, and designer Catherine Blackburn talk about how the intersection of creativity, technology, and media celebrate Indigenous Culture, Fashion & Women.

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Wed, Sept 25

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Thurs, Sept 26

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