Erika A. Iserhoff is a multi-disciplinary artist of Omushkego/Eeyou Cree and French Canadian ancestry. Erika works to collaborate with artists, communities, and revitalize traditional Indigenous cultural practices within her contemporary art and design work. She is a recent graduate from the Ontario College of Art & Design with a major in Fiber Arts. She is also the new Artistic Producer for Native Women in the Arts, a member of the Chocolate Woman Collective and the co-founder of Setsuné Indigenous Fashion Incubator. Theatre Design credits include; Wearables for Grain(s) by Duane Linklater & Tanya Lukin Linkater for Images Festival, The Scrubbing Project & The Only Good Indian by the Turtle Gals Performance Ensemble (Native Earth Performing Arts). Agua by Earth in Motion (Planet IndigenUS). The Rez Sisters by Tomson Highway (O’Kaadeniga Wiingashk & Public Energy Peterborough). Stolen by Jane Harrison, Wiora by Hone Kouka, Red Moon by Dawn Dumont, Jumping Mouse by Columpa Bobb & Marion deVries (Centre for Indigenous Theatre). As well as, Chocolate Women Dreams the Milkyway by Monique Mojica (Chocolate Woman Collective), and Free As Injuns by Tara Beagan (Native Earth Performing Arts) and Medicine Boy by Waawaate Fobister (Summerworks Festival). Erika is a Dora Mavor Moore award recipient for Outstanding Costume Design for the play Agokwe by Waawaate Fobister (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre).