artist's resume

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Southwest Washington Juried Art Exhibit, The Gallery at Kenneth Minnaert Center for the Arts, Olympia, Washington, 2017

49th Annual Red Cloud Indian Art Show, Red Cloud Heritage Center, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, 2017

In the Spirit: Contemporary Native Arts Exhibit, Washington State History Museum, Tacoma, Washington, 2017

Protect the Sacred: Native Artists for Standing Rock, SpaceWorks Gallery, Tacoma, Washington, 2017

#HandsOffMyHeritage, Duhesa Gallery, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2016

Native American Art Exhibit, The Gallery at Kenneth Minnaert Center for the Arts, Olympia, Washington, 2016

Not Vanishing: Contemporary Indigenous Expressions, 1977-2015, Missoula Art Museum, Museum of Northwest Art, and Heritage University, 2015 – 2016

Community Art Installation: Potlatch Fund Native Artists Show, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington, 2016

Thinking Outside the Box, Royal Nebekker Gallery, Astoria, Oregon, 2016

Sgwigwial?txw@ 20: Building upon the Past, Visioning into the Future, The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center 20th Anniversary Exhibition, Evergreen Gallery, Olympia, Washington, 2016

In the Spirit: Contemporary Native Arts Exhibit, Washington State History Museum, Tacoma, Washington, 2015

Building for the Future: Collections at Evergreen, Evergreen Gallery, Olympia, Washington, 2015

Native Now: Contemporary Arts of Today’s Native American Artists, Duhesa Gallery, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado 2015

Maori Art Market, Toi Maori Aotearoa, Wellington, New Zealand, 2014

Uku Rere, Whangarei Museum, Whangarei, New Zealand, 2014

Toi Ngapuhi Exhibition, Te Atinga, Toi Maori Aotearoa, Kaikohe, New Zealand, 2014

Under My Skin: Artists Explore Race in the 21st Century, Wing Luke Museum, Seattle, Washington, 2013

It’s Complicated - Art About Home, The Evergreen Gallery, Olympia, Washington 2010- 2011

B.E.S.T. of First Nations: Expressions of Beauty, Eloquence, Strength, Tenacity, Blue Horse Gallery, Bellingham, Washington, 2010

Modern Day Warriors: Empowering the Young Voices of Native America, Native American Rights Fund, Boulder, Colorado 2007

COMMISSIONS

Resilience, Anpa O Wicahnpi, Dakota Pride, City of Seattle, Office of Arts and Culture, Seattle Center Sculpture Walk, 2017

RESIDENCIES

Visiting Artist, Mini-Clay Fest, South Puget Sound Community College, Olympia, Washington, 2016

Kokiri Putahi, 7th International Gathering of Indigenous Visual Artists

Toi Maori Aotearoa, Kaikohe, New Zealand, 2014

PUBLICATIONS

Toi Pu O Te Wheke, Toi Ngapuhi 2014: Reaching Out to the World, Te Atinga, Toi Maori Aotearoa. Jeff Oliver Print, Whangarei, New Zealand, 2013

Red Ink Magazine, Vol. 16.2/ 17.1, 2013

"The Landscape and Language of Indigenous Peoples’ Cultural Rights" Arizona State Law Journal, Vol. 44, No. 2. Summer, 2012

Mural Poems: human rights and anti-war poems, by Laurence Ebersole, cover art, 2008

Red Ink Magazine: Pop Culture, Vol. 13.2, Fall, 2007

AWARDS

Honoring Innovation, “In the Spirit” exhibition, Washington State History Museum, 2017

Best of Show, 10th annual “In the Spirit” exhibition, Washington State History Museum, 2015

Merit Award, Seattle Indigenous Cultures Day Artist Market, Northwest Native Cultural Center, 2012

Pendleton Prize, Longhouse Education and Cultural Center and Washington State History Museum, 2011

SCHOLARSHIPS

Department of Architecture Graduate Fellowship, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017-2018

Davis-Putter Scholarship, Jessie Lloyd O’Connor Scholar, for art and activism, 2008

Art Scholarship, Women of St. Matthew’s Presbyterian Church, Bedford, NY, 1996

GRANTS

Artist in Business Leadership Fellowship & National Museum of the American Indian Research Grant, First Peoples Fund, 2017

Native Arts Grant, Potlatch Fund, 2015 and 2013

National Native Creative Development Grant, Longhouse Education and Cultural Center, 2007-2008

CURATORIAL

Co-curator, Sgwigwial?txw at 20: Building upon the Past, Visioning into the Future, Longhouse Education and Cultural Center 20th Anniversary Exhibition, Evergreen Gallery, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, 2016

SELECTED PERMANENT COLLECTIONS

The Evergreen State College, 2014 and 2015

Craig and Cindy Corrie, Olympia, Washington, 2010

Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, B.C., Canada 2006

EDUCATION

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Master of Science in Art, Culture and Technology – current

The Evergreen State College, Master of Public Administration – Tribal Governance, 2010 – Native American Tribal cultural and heritage resource protections and arts administration. Bachelor of Arts, 2008 – visual arts and Native American studies

Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1998-2000

WORK AND VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE IN THE ARTS

Communications Consultant and Program Coordinator, Longhouse Education and Cultural Center, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington 2013 – 2017

Educator, specializing in contemporary Indigenous arts, artist development, Indigenous people’s cultural resources, and studio arts, at The Evergreen State College, 2010 – 2016

Panelist, Symposium on Contemporary Issues in Higher Education: Art and Identity, Portraying Our True Selves, University of Washington - Tacoma, 2015

GAP (Grants for Artist Projects) panelist, Artist Trust, Seattle, Washington, 2015 and 2017

Workshop facilitator, Generations Rising: Native American Youth Empowerment through Art, The Evergreen State College, 2014, 2012 and 2007

Public Affairs Intern for the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 2009

Mural Production Coordinator for the Olympia-Rafah Solidarity Mural Project, The Rachel Corrie Foundation, Olympia, Washington 2007-2008














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