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About Megan:

By Megan:

  • Whyte, Megan Kanerahtenha:wi. (2020). Walking on Two-Row: Reconciling First Nations identity and colonial trauma through material interaction, acculturation and art therapy. Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal. DOI: 10.1080/08322473.2020.1724745
  • Whyte, Megan Kanerahtenha:wi. (2019). Indigenous. Canadian Journal of Law and Justice, 1, pp. 23-25.
  • Eastern door News Paper, Kahnawake, QC, weekly
  • The Peak’s Environmental Justice Issue: from shovel to work, print, 2016
  • InARTE Journal: Video Games as Teaching Tools: TimeTraveller™ and the Exploration of Aboriginal Education, website,  2012, 2013;
  • OrigiNative Journal, website owner, 2013;

Conference Presentations

  • 39th Canadian Art Therapy Association Conference, 2018, paper presentation: Walking on Two Row, Assessing Acculturative Identity through material interaction, An Indigenous Arts-based Inquiry
  • Indigenous Health Conference, 2016, oral presentation: Skatne Ionkwatehiahrontie
  • 3rd Montreal HIV Forum Impacts of Families and Communities, 2015, arts-based workshop: cultural safe sex talk
  • 3 annual HIV/AIDS conference, 2015, workshop: Indigenous sexual health

Panel Presentations

  • Decolonizing art therapy, 39th Canadian Art Therapy Association Conference, 2018
  • L’art thérapie pour faire du sens, Lancement de la Semaine de la Santé Mentale (AATQ), 2018
  • Indigenous Womanisms and Feminisms, Concordia Center for Gender Advocacy, 2017
  • Girl Positive, 2016
  • Still Dancing: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Mcgill, 2015
  • Resisting Gendered and State Violence:  Indigenous Women’s Activism, McGill, 2015


  •  First Place (2017), Second Place (2014) and Third Place (2015, 2016) for Best Editorial Cartoon at the Quebec Community Newspaper Competition; 
  • LIVE award for community volunteering at Concordia University (Art Activism);