Métis performing artist Moe Clark draws from multilingual lyricism to create meaning rooted in personal legacy. With two albums of words and music, a bilingual book of poetry, multiple videos and more than one hundred performances under her belt, her work is known worldwide. In music collaborations, Clark’s intuitive and sensual approach to vocal improvisation pulls from the genres of soul, gospel, folk and spoken word. In 2013 she directed the tenth annual Canadian Festival of Spoken Word in Montreal, the first bilingual edition of the six-day national slam festival. Clark also facilitates workshops with high school students and Aboriginal youth.