Terri Fidelak is an intermedia artist and imaginator based in Regina. She grew up on a farm near Fairlight, Saskatchewan and her formative experiences with the land continue to shape her creative practice today. She is endlessly curious and employs sculpture, drawing, printmaking, installation and social practice to investigate themes of place, interconnectivity and wonder. She works according to Mary Oliver’s Instructions for Living a Life: Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it. Terri earned degrees in English Literature and Fine Art from the University of Regina and then traveled abundantly. Since her return to Saskatchewan in 2009, she has become heavily involved in the province’s creative scene. Her interest in community engagement has grown from her experiences in various artist residencies, including a unique residency at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building during which she created an ongoing provincewide treasure hunt. Abiding by her love of collaboration, Terri has been printmaker to Joe Fafard, set designer for Fada Dance, and is an artistic associate of Curtain Razors Theatre.