First Saturdays: Through Their Eyes – with Mohawk Melungeon artist Rhonda Lucy

See the past through their eyes.

Visit with Indigenous and other equity-deserving artist at the Village on the first Saturday of the month. Through their art, they ask us to consider history from their perspective.

Art connects us to other people. It opens our eyes to different ways of looking at the world around us and the history of the land we call home.

This Month: Mohawk Melungeon artist Rhonda Lucy makes a return to guide participants in crafting clay pinch pots and engage in discussions about her captivating art installation, “Spirit Figures.” Immerse yourself in the intricate histories and narratives surrounding this art form, uncovering their functions across different eras.



Rhonda Lucy (Sun Raven Arts) is a filmmaker, producer, director, writer, designer, artist of 2-Spirit Mohawk and Melungeon ancestry, based in Toronto.

Sun Raven Arts is a dynamic organization committed to promoting socioeconomic development and fostering reconciliation through its work in the arts and culture sector. We are proud to be an Indigenous-led initiative that also champions the rights and voices of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. At Sun Raven Arts, we envision a future where the transformative power of the arts empowers voices, fosters understanding, and celebrates diversity.