Glicéria Tupinambá (1982, Serra do Padeiro, Brazil), also known as Célia Tupinambá, is from the Serra do Padeiro village, located in the Tupinambá Indigenous land of Olivença in the south of Bahia, Brazil. She participates intensely in the political and religious life of the Tupinambá, involved especially in issues related to education and the productive organization of community, social services, and women’s rights. In 2021, she was the curator of the exhibition Kwá yapé turusú yuriri assojaba tupinambá | This is the great return of the Tupinambá mantle at Funarte Brasília. In 2022 she won the 10th edition of the ZUM/IMS Photography Grant with the project We are birds that walk. Currently she is doing her MA in Social Anthropology at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro – UFRJ.
As of June 2023