Exhibitions (paintings, prints, photo, fiber)

“L’hen Awtxw: A Squamish Weaving House” with Chepximiya Siyam’ (Chief Janice George) 
and Skwetsimeltx (Willard Joseph).  American Indian Art Magazine.  Publication date 2010

“Seeds” and “LAX”, in Turtle Island to Abya Yala: Native American Women’s Poetry Anthology, Mills College. 

“What is Colonialism?”, in West Coast Magazine.  Vancouver, B.C.

Elder Brother/Sister. (Solo exhibition). Blackberry Gallery, Port Moody, B.C.
Re-Imagining, Re-interpreting the Middle East. (International invitational exhibition). USA.

“Pray and Give Thanks to Water” in Water,  (a book of fine art prints, Joe Feddersen, Editor).  
Olympia, Washington.

Images of Peace. (National juried group exhibition). Albert Schweitzer Institute, 
Quinnipiaq University, Connecticut, USA.

6th Annual Lessedra World Print Show, and Festival of Contemporary World Printmaking Art.

(International juried group exhibition). Sofia, Bulgaria.
Mural Contest. (Regional juried group exhibition). City of Vancouver, Vancouver, B.C.

Cascade Print Exchange. (International group exhibition). University of Oregon, Corvalis, Oregon, USA.

Permeable Borders, Cartographical Illusions. (SFU group exhibition). SFU Gallery, Burnaby, B.C.

Snapshot. (Group photography exhibition). ARC Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Stolen Sisters: Resisting Violence Against Native Women. (Group quilt exhibition) with Alice Williams, 
Anishinaabe-kwe of the Curve Lake First Nation, Ontario.

Print Exchange IV. Print Zero Studios. Seattle, Washington, USA.
----- Old Inlet Printmakers, Homer, Alaska
----- Basil Howard Gallery at Powell’s Bookstore, Portland, Oregon
----- Sev Shoon Arts Center, Seattle, Washington
----- Rainbow Bldg Gallery, University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida

Re-interpreting the Middle East: Beyond the Historical Stereotype. (International invitational exhibition), USA.
---- International Center of Bethlehem (West Bank), Al-Kahf Gallery, Palestine.
---- Khalil Sakikini Center, Ramallah, Palestine.

 “Modernity”, in Atlantis Magazine.  Mount Saint Vincent University, Nova Scotia.

----- Sisson Gallery at Henry Ford Community College, Dearborn, Michigan.
----- Orfali Gallery, Aman, Jordan.
----- Southern Graphics Conference, Power in Print. The Concoran College of Art and Design, Washington, D.C.
----- West Virginia Tech, Virginia.

Gifts from the Holy People. (Invitational group show) Shane House, Tucson, Arizona, USA.

Dog Head Stew. (Invitational group show), USA.
----- American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

Regis Center for Art at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
----- Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts, Pendleton, Oregon (Umatilla Reservation).
----- First Nations Conference at Boise State University, Boise, Idaho.
----- Institute of American Indian Arts Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

----- West Virginia University. Morgantown, West Virginia
----- Paul Mesaros Gallery, Morgantown, West Virginia.

Honoring. Gorman Museum, Davis, California, USA.

Retrospective. (Invitational group exhibition). Gorman Museum, Davis, California.

The Ancient Time is the Now Time. Gorman Museum, Davis, California.

Ellen Hansen Annual Exhibition. (Group exhibition) University of California, Davis, California.

Ellen Hansen Annual Exhibition. (Group exhibition) University of California, Davis, California.

Three Women. (Invitational exhibition), Art Gallery, Davis, California.

Monothon 13. (International exhibition). SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Buddha of Compassion. (Group exhibition). Maslak Mcleoud Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Triennial Exhibition. (Group exhibition). Institute of American Indian Arts Museum. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Acting on Tradition. (Group exhibition). Institute of American Indian Arts Museum. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Morning Glories. (Group exhibition). Seattle, Washington.


Water. Joe Feddersen, Editor (International invitational book). Olympia, Washington, USA.
"What is Colonialism?"  West Coast Magazine.  Vancouver, B.C

"Modernity." Atlantis Magazine. Mount Saint Vincent University, Nova Scotia.

Meditation and the Passing of Time: Recent Paintings by Harry Fonseca. Continuum 12 Artist Series, 
National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Community Publications

Tea and Bannock Stories. A book of poems by First Nations poets, Burnaby, B.C.

Arboretum. a book of poems with prints,Davis, California.

Navajo Language Curriculum. Wide Ruin Community School. Wide Ruin, Navajo Nation.

A Handbook for the Board of Directors. Raynier Institute and Foundation. Seattle, Washington.

Life Expressions: West African Art. The Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Washington.

Shared Treasures: Gifts From Our Ancestors. Northwest Coast Native American Art. The Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Washington.

Kana Kasitaq. Newsletter for the Kodiak Area Native Association, 20th Anniversary Edition. Kodiak, Alaska.

Radio, Television

2007 Native America Calling: The National Electronic Talking Circle. AIROS Network, Koahnik Broadcasting, Anchorage, Alaska. (Indigenous poetry, Tea and Bannock Stories Poetry exchange and Love Mother Earth poetry event).

First Story. Canadian Broadcasting (CBC) News. (Commentary on murals in the British Columbia Legislature).


2007 Cascade Print Exchange (Catalogue of prints), Oregon.

6th Annual Lessedra World Print Show, and Festival of Contemporary World Printmaking Art. Sofia, Bulgaria.

2004 American Indian Art Magazine. Fall, 2004.


Guest Lectures

2007 Corn Mother and the Terminator Gene: First Nations Corn and Corporate Corn Identity. Artful Inquiry Salon, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

2005 The Persistent Mother: Tewa Women United and Mother Earth. University of British Columbia, Center for Research in Women's Studies and Gender Relations. Vancouver, Canada

----- Use of Indigenous Oral Narrative in Drawing and Painting. University of Arizona, Tucson.


2005 Invited printmaker and painter. University of Arizona, Tucson.

Readings (poetry)

2005 Atlantis Magazine launch gathering. Longhouse, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Panel Presentations

2006 Third Annual "Realities of Race Week: Immigration, Settlers, Colonization and Beyond". Native Performance Artists Speak: their work, their vision, their relationship to contemporary culture in Canada and the World. Moderator: Greg Young-Ing. Panelists: Loretta Todd, media artist; Renae Morriseau theatre artist; annie ross, visual artist. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Conference Presentation

2006 First Nations Environmental Ethics, paper presented at the Ninth Annual Symposium on Environmental Affairs. Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon.

----- Story Prints. Barren Summit. Vancouver, Washington.

2004 College Art Association Annual Meeting (CAA), Seattle, Washington. "Multiplicity: Printmaking and the Use of Multiples in Native American Cultures," invited presenter with panel, Melanie Yazzie, moderator; panelists Joe Fedderson; Larry McNeil; annie ross.

Work in Permanent Collections

Southern Graphics Council Archives

The University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi.

The Concoran College of Art and Design, Washington, D.C.

Henry Ford Community College, Dearborn, Michigan.

Orfali Gallery, Amman, Jordan.

Women's Resource Center, University of California, Davis.

Seacast, Inc., Marysville, Washington.

Snow Goose Gallery, Seattle Washington

Student Exhibitions and its associated Others

2007 Books and Book Making. FNST 322, April, SFU library, Burnaby, B.C.

2006 Indigenous Sustainable Technologies. FNST 322, April, SFU, Burnaby, B.C.

2005 Indigenous Sustainable Technologies. FNST 322, April, SFU library, Burnaby, B.C.

---- Mapping: House, Home, Hold. FPA 389, December. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C.

2004 Cedar Table Series. Faculty mentor, conference panelist, and juror for the "Anti-Colonial Art Exhibition." SFU, Burnaby, B.C.

2004 Where is Homeland? Inaugural Exhibit, Recreation and Convocation Hall, University of California, Davis.


2007 Tea and Bannock Stories: First Nations Community of Poetic Voices. Earth Day, Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Center.
Bemidji State University, Minnesota (Benjamin Burgess, Anishanabeg) 
Anishanabeg Aesthetics and Native American Art

2006 The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington (Joe Feddersen, Okanagan) book projects, student print exchange, weaving

2004 -7 Coast Salish Weaving, (Chief George and W. Joseph, et al, Skxwumish Nation) community weaving project, compilations of essays

International Art Exchanges

Poetry Exchange

2007 First Nations Environmental Logic: Poetry and Poetics (first SFU poetry exchange).

Print Exchange

2006 Earth and her Beings: Endangered Species, Endangered Printmaking. (first SFU print exchange). International print exchange of 116 artists. SFU Gallery, Burnaby, B.C.