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Past Exhibit

Courtesy of: Extraordinary Basketry, Textiles and Sculptures from N.W. Collections

June 15 – July 29

featuring Lisa Telford, Haida Artist

Ravens tail tunic and headband, Delores Churchill

Schack Art Center is thrilled to present the exhibition "Courtesy of: Extraordinary Basketry, Textiles, and Sculptures from N.W. Collections, featuring new work by Lisa Telford, Haida Artist and guest curated by award-winning artist Jan Hopkins.

Guest curator Jan Hopkins was invited by Schack to curate an exhibition celebrating basketry and artwork from the Pacific Northwest, in conjunction with the National Basketry Organization Conference in Tacoma in July.

This exhibit will feature artwork from two prominent Northwest Coast art collections and will include both traditional and contemporary basketry, textiles and sculptures by leading Northwest Coast Native artists.

Both Nancy Kovalik and John Price will be in attendance at the exhibit opening to talk about their passion for collecting.

M-F 10am-6pm, Sa 10am-5pm, Su 12-5pm / Admission Free

Artists featured in the exhibit include:

Primrose Adams, Arnaqu Ashevak, Kenojuak Ashevak, Dempsey Bob, Robert A. Boxley, Robert R. Boxley, Holly Churchill, Delores Churchill, Pat Courtney-Gold, Brenda Crabtree, Joe David, Reg Davidson, Robert Davidson, Carol Emarthle-Douglas, Joe Fedderson, Mary Ellen Frank, Chris Hopkins, Luke Itsiktaaryuk, Selina Peratrovich, Isabelle and Robin Rorick, Cheryl Samuel, Nick Sikkuark, Lisa Telford, Carrie Ann Vanderhoop, Evelyn Vanderhoop, Frances Williams, Hazel Wilson, Jane Wiseman

Above image credits: "Cedar Bark Textiles" - Hat, Merle Andersen, Basket, Delores Churchill,  Canoe Cape , Holly Churchill, courtesy of  The Kovalik Family Collection: photo credit:  Jan Hopkins; "Raven Hat", Isabel & Robin Rorick Collaboration, 7"x14.25"x14.25", woven spruce root, acrylic paint. courtesy of:  John and Joyce Price, photo credit:  Stonington Gallery; and "Spoon Basket" -  Lisa Telford, 8"x8"x8", yellow and red cedar bark, photo credit:  Jan Hopkins