Quach George, Program Manager
Quach George is originally from Shawnee, Oklahoma with roots from the Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma and Mohawks of Akwesasne. She has an educational background in Fashion Merchandising and Event Planning with a focus on First Nations Studies, with experience in educational and cultural programming and facilitation, visual and performing arts, as well as heritage interpretation. Having previously worked with imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, as part of the events team, Luminato Festival Tributaries: Luminato Opening Event, as Event Coordinator and with Setsune Indigenous Fashion Incubator, as the Event Coordinator for the Indian Giver exhibition, Stylist for Kathleen Ivaluarjuk Merritt (IVA) in Erika A. Iserhoff’s ‘Looking Damn Fine’ article for Canadian Art’s Kinship edition, Stylist and HMUA for Sage Paul Cardinal’s marketing for the Giving Life collection, that went on to be the campaign for the first-ever Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto, mentor for the Toronto Indigenous Youth Collective’s Love and Leadership Conference, and Production Designer for Ariel Smith’s short drama Hunger.
With a love for all things art-related, Quach is committed to offering the Indigenous community with quality programs that offer a resurgence and preservation of Indigenous arts and culture.