Nadia Chaney

Nadia Chaney is a first generation Indian settler living in Tio’Tia:ke (Montreal). She is an arts-based facilitator, trainer and interaction design consultant.  She completed a Master of Art at SFU with Imaginative Education and then an advanced diploma in art therapy for groups at the European Graduate School. She is hoping to start a PhD study on the ethico-aesthetics of Time in group processes. She is currently serving as Director of Training at Partners for Youth Empowerment, an organization dedicated to providing capacity-building creative facilitation training for frontline youth workers. Her most recent creative works include an interdisciplinary (dance-animation-live poetry) show Indivisible for Festival Acces Asie, and a mixed-genre (poetry-sci fi-essay) chapbook Reading Practice for Rust and Holograms with House House Press.