Solo Exhibitions 2015 A Collection of Thoughts, SCYAP Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK. 2014 Clouds n' Shit , Gordon Snelgrove Gallery Saskatoon Oliver Lodge Visitor Section, Saskatoon 33rd Street Market, Saskatoon Group Exhibitions 2015 Exhibition, The Harvest Eatery and Fresh Market, Shaunavon 2014We the Artists, The Odeon, Saskatoon 2013 We the Artists, TCU Place, Saskatoon 2012The Body, Inside Out Frances Morrison Library, Saskatoon Silence!, Snelgrove Art Gallery, Saskatoon 2012 Community Art Gallery, Grand Coteau Heritage and Cultural Centre 2011 Community Art Gallery, Grand Coteau Heritage and Cultural Centre
The Child Taken
2015 The Child Taken. Lloydminster Cultural and Science Centre, March 10 – April 25. Partnership project with Saskatoon Tribal Council. Exhibited my artwork, Speaking Out. 2014 The Child Taken. Mendel Art Gallery auditorium (community exhibition space) January 24 –March 2, 2014, Partnership project with Saskatoon Tribal Council. Exhibited my artwork, Speaking Out. 2013 The Child Taken. Gordon Snelgrove Art Gallery, Department of Art and Art History, University of Saskatchewan. June 17 – 21, 2013. Partnership project with Saskatoon Tribal Council resulting in ten artworks exhibited, including my commission proposal: Speaking Out.
Professional Practice: 2014 The Child Taken. Artwork presentation and attendance at Station 20 West, Saskatoon, SK. Partnership presentation with Saskatoon Tribal Council, April 4, 2014. 2014The Child Taken. Artwork presentation, attendance and gifting of artwork as symbols of reconciliation; Bentwood Box ceremony, National Truth and Reconciliation Commission conference, Edmonton, AB (March 29, 2014) 2014 The Child Taken. Artwork presentation, attendance and honouring ceremony. Muskeg First Nation, Saskatoon, SK. (March 7, 2014) 2013The Child Taken. Artwork presentation and attendance at Dakota Dunes, Whitecap First Nation, SK. Saskatoon Tribal Council Treaty Assembly (October 17, 2013)
Media/Reviews: 2015 Jacobson, Josef. ”Exhibit puts residential school memories on canvas.” Saskatchewan: Lloydminster Source, 10:51, March Saskatoon Tribal Council website, Project description: http://www.sktc.sk.ca/the-child-taken-art-project/
2014 Needham, Fraser. “U of S Students Display Artwork at Final TRC Gathering in Edmonton” La Ronge, SK: MBC Radio News, April 14 Burnouf, Larissa. “The Child Taken Exhibition at the Mendel Art Gallery.” Saskatchewan: APTN National News, Friday, Februrary 7. Gazzola, Bart. Looking Back, Moving Forward: A Poignant Exhibit on the Resilience of Residential School Survivors. Saskatoon: Planet S. 12:12 PM Kretzel, Lasia. “U of S students unveil residential school commemoration art.” Saskatoon: CKOM 650 News Talk Radio, June 20, 2013. http://www.ckom.com/node/116222
Art in Collections: 2014 National Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (Bentwood Box archive, symbols of reconciliation); reproduction, 16” x 20” of my artwork, Speaking Out. 2013 Saskatoon Tribal Council, original of my artwork, Speaking Out.
Current Locations for Purchase: Eight Avenue Studio, 792 1st Street East, Shaunavon, Saskatchewan