Category Archives: First Nations Art

  1. Art AIDS America at the Tacoma Art Museum on World AIDS Day

    On this World AIDS Day, I offer a review of the comprehensive exhibition at the Tacoma Art Museum, Art AIDS America. It includes 127 works, many media, and a thesis that artists who addressed AIDS in the 1980s and 1990s permanently changed the course of American art by demonstrating strategies to address political issues.

  2. Led by Indigenous voices, all ages protest Arctic Drilling

    From Indigenous poets to Raging Grannies, from children and youth to college students, to people of every age, everyone is participating in the protest of Shell’s Polar Pioneer oil drilling platform with creative non violent civil disobedience at its best

  3. Part II Haida Gwaii: Thanks, But No Tanks

    Thanks No Tanks an art exhibition in Haida Gwaii, BC, protests plans for oil tankers of tar sands to pass through Hecate Straits. The Haida are protesting with body, mind and spirit. The coastal ecology is the same as Puget Sound, where the tankers are also proposed to pass by.