Emilie St.Hilaire is a multidisciplinary artist born in Thompson Manitoba and raised in Winnipeg’s francophone neighbourhood of Saint-Boniface. She completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Manitoba and her Master of Fine Arts at the University of Alberta. Emilie is currently a doctoral candidate in the Humanities PhD program at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Her FRQSC-funded doctoral research examines the sub-cultural phenomenon of reborn dolls from a feminist perspective. She has participated in several research-creation projects at Canadian universities and has presented conference papers and workshops on research in the arts. She recently published an article on responsible conduct in research-creation in the journal Revue d’art canadien / Canadian Art Review (RACAR). She co-authored a forthcoming article in the Journal International de Bioéthique’s special issue on art and bioethics. Emilie has exhibited her artwork at galleries and festivals nationally and internationally and has received grants and awards from organizations including the Canada Council for the Arts, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and the Edmonton Arts Council.