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Amanda Hugon is born in the southern part of British Columbia on her ancestral territory of the Coast Salish. She is also Sto:lo and Metis. Her Grandmother is of the Kwikwetlum Nation which is located along the Fraser River, her grandpa is a chief of Cheam in Rosedale, they are known as the “People of the Salmon”. Currently Amanda works In Terrace, British Columbia where she is actively involved in the Northern arts community a member of the board of directors for the the Terrace Art Gallery Association, art instructor, and volunteer. A contemporary Indigenous artist, Amanda works in many mediums including wood, painting plaster, print making and multi-media installations. Based out of Terrace, British Columbia Amanda works to restore what it means to be a female Indigenous artist while challenging stereotypes and breaking down barriers.