Jocelyne Robinson is a member of the Timiskaming First Nation in Quebec. Her Algonquin Anishinaabe name is Kokomisminan Dibik-kakizis Nésaywin (Grandmother Moon’s Breath). She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Emily Carr University, and a Masters in First Nations Curriculum in Education from Simon Fraser University. She earned her PhD in Education in the Cross Faculty Inquiry Department in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia. Both her scholarly work and her artistic practice focus on bringing together Indigenous and Western knowledge systems. Robinson has worked nationally and internationally as a sculptor and performance artist. Nationally, she was a finalist for one of Canada’s largest First Nations public art commissions for the University of Regina. Internationally, her work “Dancing to the Songs of the Universe” was the first Canadian permanent public art sculpture mounted in Shanghai, China.