Ida Aronson of the United Houma Nation


Ida Aronson is an active member of the United Houma Nation and the Houma Language Project, and a founding member of the Bvlbancha Collective and Okla Hina Ikhish Holo project. They are a multimedia artist, working in a vast variety of mediums: from lighting design for the stage and event realm, to visual arts and crafts such as basket weaving and drawing.  They hold an AA in Liberal Arts (Theatre focus) at Cape Cod Community College, and a BA in Communications (Theatre focus) from Bridgewater State University. They were previously the Traditional Plant/Farm Initiative Manager and Founder for the UHN's Yakani Ekelanna Community Garden and Food Forest. They now do all the things, including running Raccoon Oak Farm.