Lindsay Cory (she/her) is a cultural worker and community organizer of white UK settler ancestry based Kjiputuk (Halifax) the unceded land and waters of the Mi'kmaq people with significant and foundational infrastructure built and supported by Black and African Nova Scotian communities. She is grateful to live and work in this place and is deeply indebted to and supportive of Mi’kmaq grandmothers, land and water protectors, and all social justice seekers. She holds an MA and BFA in Art History from Concordia University with a focus in public art and social agency. Since moving to Mi'kma'ki (Nova Scotia), Lindsay has worked at Ross Creek Centre for the Arts as Community and Artist Programs Coordinator, MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects as Communications Director, and The Coast Newspaper as Events and Ticketing Manager. Lindsay is the current Executive Director of the Nocturne: Art at Night festival in Kjipuktuk (Halifax) and an active board member of Atlantic Presenters Association and the Centre for Art Tapes.