Angela Miracle Gladue aka Lunacee | Dancer and Interdisciplinary Artist
Angela Miracle Gladue aka Lunacee, is a nehiyaw (Cree)/Greek Interdisciplinary Artist from the Treaty 6 Territory of amiskwaciy-wâskahikan (Edmonton, Alberta) and is a proud member of Frog Lake First Nation. At age 6 she began cultural dancing through a Metis and Powwow dance program at her school – Prince Charles Elementary and performed regularly throughout western Canada with the Red River Wheelers and her school’s powwow performance group.
As an international artist, she has been invited to give master classes, perform, lecture and judge in countless communities throughout the world and continues to share her love for dance in Indigenous Communities and schools across Turtle Island (North America).
As an emerging filmmaker, she has created several short films and documentaries that have been screened at the ImagiNATIVE Film Festival, Global Visions Film Festival, and Dreamspeakers Film Festival. Angela’s latest work titled “itohtêwin” (Goal of Journey, Destination) was featured at the 2nd Annual Online, Quick + Dirty: A festival of emerging artists and ideas, where she was selected as 1 of 8 emerging filmmakers in Alberta to receive mentorship to create the film.
Angela is also an emerging fashion designer, utilizing traditional beadwork technique to create her own style of beaded jewelry she’s dubbed “Club Bangaz”. She established her own “Miss Chief Rocka” label in 2011, and has since created countless statement pieces for collectors internationally.