Kalyn Fay Barnoski (Cherokee Nation enrollee, Muscogee Creek descent) is a musician, interdisciplinary artist, curator, and educator from Oklahoma. Centering Indigenous methodologies, their work focuses on self-location, community-building, collaboration, and empathy through the use of music, storytelling, and contemporary craft. They facilitate space for themselves and others to pursue multitudes. Kalyn holds an M.F.A. from University of Arkansas (2021), an M.A. from The University of Tulsa (2016), and a B.F.A. from Rogers State University (2012). Kalyn is currently an NACF LIFT Fellow, an MAAA Artist Leadership Fellow, and a curator at Philbrook Museum of Art.