Prairie Art Book Fair books dancing back and forth

Cedar Eve
T.O, MTL, Saugeen, Wiki

Cedar Eve  is an Anishinaabae (Ojibway) artist from Saugeen First Nation and Wiikwemikoong First Nation, but was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario.   In 2012, she graduated from Studio Arts, with a focus on drawing and painting at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec.

She is a full time artist-a muralist and beader/jewellery maker. During the school year she works with Indigenous youth in Cree communities within Northern Quebec.

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We are on Treaty 1 Territory. Plug In ICA is located on the territories of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.

We offer our sincere thanks to Red River Co-op for their generous support of our 2020 book fair. Thank You!

We are grateful to artists Michael Dumontier and Neil Farber for the Prairie Art Book Fair logo designed for our first fair in 2018.

Plug In ICA extends our heartfelt gratitude to our generous donors, valued members, and dedicated volunteers. We acknowledge the sustaining support of our Director’s Circle. You all make a difference.

We would like to The Winnipeg Foundation for their ongoing support of Plug In ICA.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Canada Council, the Manitoba Arts Council and Winnipeg Arts Council. We could not operate without their continued financial investment and lobbying efforts.

Plug In ICA relies on community support to remain free and accessible to all, and enable us to continue to present excellent programs. Please consider becoming a member of Plug In ICA and a donor at or by contacting Erin Josephson-Laidlaw at

For more information about the Prairie Art Book Fair, contact Erin Josephson-Laidlaw at or Luther Konadu at

For more information about our programming, contact Nasrin Himada at

For general information, please contact: or call 1.204.942.1043.