Audrey Dreaver is an artist, curator, lecturer, art consultant, and museums/collections advisor. She is a member of the Mistawasis Cree Nation of Saskatchewan. Audrey has undergraduate degrees in both Fine Arts Studio and Museum Studies from the Institute of American Indian Arts; and a Master of Fine Arts Studio from the U of Regina. Over the years, Audrey has served on the province's various art and culture-related Councils, Boards, and peer assessment reviews. Her work includes advising, development, coordination, and or delivery of projects that link fine art, curation, museology, academia, and community ranging from small activities to coordination of conferences and symposia. She is regularly consulted on provincial and national projects including museum training, inclusive policy development, curatorial assessment, protection of artist copyright and Indigenous intellectual property, repatriation, community-based collaborations, strategies for Indigenous art markets, and Indigenous art best practices and industry standards. Along with her own art practice and curation, Audrey is currently Faculty and Program Coordinator for the Indigenous Communication & Fine Art Department at the First Nations University of Canada where she lectures on Indigenous art histories of the Americas and teaches studio art.