Quill Christie-Peters is an Anishinaabe arts programmer and self-taught visual artist currently residing in Northwestern Ontario. She works as the director of education for the Indigenous Curatorial Collective. She is the creator of the Indigenous Youth Residency Program, an artist residency for Indigenous youth that engages land-based creative practices through Anishinaabe artistic methodologies. She holds a master’s degree in Indigenous governance on Anishinaabe art-making as a process of falling in love, and sits on the board of directors for Native Women in the Arts. She has spoken about her work at Stanford University, the University of Toronto and Ryerson University. Her written work can be found in GUTS Magazine and at tea&bannock blog and her visual work can be found at @raunchykwe.