Konstance Patton is an Indigenous American Artist, Muralist, Designer, and Oral Historian based in New York City since 2006. She is an enrolled member of The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians in Michigan and grew up in Detroit. Her work includes street art, set design, fashion illustration, sewing, sculpture, animation, and storytelling. In summer 2020, Konstance co-founded the Artist Collective, Soho Renaissance Factory, when all the storefronts in downtown Manhattan were boarded up with plywood, following riots after the murder of George Floyd. As the leader of the 6-member collective, her focus is community healing through street art. Konstance and the SRF Collective recently appeared on the KellyClarkson Show.