Olivia Golosky


A proud member of the M├ętis Nation of Alberta, Olivia Marie Golosky is a Two-Spirit artist and advocate for equity with a passion for grassroots community-building. Hailing from Treaty 8, Fort McMurray, her background is in theatre, film, radio, music festival and television production as a production/stage manager, technician and playwright/writer. Currently, she holds the seat as the Indigenous Representative on The National Campus and Community Radio Association's Board of Directors, produces/hosts a podcast through CJSW 90.9 FM, Through The Kaleidoscope, is a founding member of the Calgary Congress for Equity & Diversity in the Arts (CCEDA) and is a member of the Treaty 7 Film Collective. Olivia is also the Production Manager for Indigenous Resilience In Music (IRIM), the Stage Manager for xREDx Talks as well as an Artistic Associate for Stage Left Productions. Olivia is the most recent recipient of PACT's Mallory Gilbert Leadership Award as Michele Decottignies' protege.