Indigenous Art & Culture Events

Artist - Raven LeBlanc, Haida
Artist Raven LeBlanc, Haida. Photo by Farah Nosh.

Upcoming Events

Artist: Shoshannah Greene / SGidGang.Xaal
Curated by Jake Kimble

Ceremonial/Art is thrilled to present Wild Flowers by Haida artist Shoshannah Greene / SGidGang.Xaal; a collection of recent works that challenge traditional mediums and explore the complexities of grief. Utilizing formline and passed-down cultural stories to colour her work, Shoshannah brings a contemporary lens to the Pacific Northwest artistic style of art-making all while navigating the ups and downs of what it means to live a life. Loss, joy, care; all themes that are prevalent throughout the works that make up Wild Flowers. Her traditional Haida name SGidGang.Xaal translates to “Wild Rose” which informed the title of the show - flowers that have never required human intervention, resilient life which persists.

Shoshannah works in both the digital and physical realm, presenting an uncanny relationship between the two. The exhibition combines both of these worlds in a way where the viewer is left questioning which is which; and it is this ambiguous presence that makes Shoshannah’s work so captivating.

293 E 2nd Ave. Vancouver, BC

Opening Saturday June 22nd, 2-6pm


Artist: Shoshannah Greene

Grounded by Our Roots

An exhibition of extraordinary works by up-and-coming Indigenous artists who draw inspiration from their cultural traditions, will open to the public on April 3 in the Northwest Coast Hall’s rotating contemporary art gallery at the American Museum of Natural History.

American Museum of Natural History, 200 Central Park West
New York, NY

April 4 - December 30, 2024



Artists: Cori Savard, Morgan Asoyuf, Melanie Russ.

Women Carvers of the Northwest Coast Exhibition

Audain Art Museum, 4350 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC

November 16, 2024 - May 5, 2025


Past Events


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Carmen Redunante, Nisga'a, Tsimshian, Chilean

Indigenous Peoples Day Event



June 21, 2023 3955 - 3rd Ave, Smithers, BC at the Dze L K'ant Friendship Center 

Cori Savard, Haida

The Grand Opening of the Health Centre and 8 Female Supernatural Being Totem Pole Unveiling

Sept 8, 2023

Cori Savard, Haida

The Power of Water: Celebrating the Canoe Journey 2023.

Closed July 29, 2023 Stonington Gallery, 125 South Jackson Street
Seattle, WA

Danielle Louise Allard, Haida

Speaker Series: Artists in Residence  July 3rd - Sept 9, 2023 Haida Gwaii Museum, #2 Second Beach Road
Skidegate, B.C

Local Haida Gwaii Artists

9th Annual Gala & Art Auction Haida Gwaii Museum at Kay Llnagaay Nov 25, 2023 Skidegate Community Hall, Skidegate, BC 

Meaghan McRae, Gitxsan

Summer open house at Beaumont Studios July 15, 2023 from 12-6. The Beaumont Studios
316 W 5th Ave
Vancouver, BC

Morgan Asoyuf, Ts'msyen 

Art Perspective: Morgan will explore the varied processes that go into classical and experimental techniques. She will also discuss how her work supporting indigenous culture and activism has directed her work. Saturday, Sept 9, 2023

Morgan Asoyuf, Ts'msyen

Empowering Art:Indigenous Creativity and Activism from North America’s Northwest Coast

March 12 - July 30, 2023 Sainsbury Centre, University of East Anglia, Norfolk Road, Norwich, UK

Multiple Artists

Made by Women, an exhibition that celebrates the power and beauty of artwork made by First Nation women artists from the Pacific Northwest. It is a celebration of female perspectives and creative vision, highlighting that this work is the foundation of cultural heritage in Indigenous communities.

Featured artwork by Morgan Asoyuf, Ts'msyen
Cori Savard, Haida, Alyson Bell, Haida, & Shoshannah Greene, Haida

July 8 - 31, 2023 Inuit Gallery of Vancouver
120 Carrie Cates Court, The Shipyards District
North Vancouver, BC

Robert Davidson, Haida

Acclaimed Indigenous artist Robert Davidson to attend Shadbolt screening of award-winning film documenting his life. Click here for Tickets & More Info October 13, 2023 James Cowan Theatre
6450 Deer Lake Ave
Burnaby BC

Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson, Haida Musician, Author, Activist, Artist, and Lawyer with Band, Chilliwack 

Haida Solstice celebrates and honours the sacredness of Haida music expressed during the shortest days of the year. It also celebrates Christmas and Supernatural themed music in the Haida language. Join us to uplift and unite our spirits as we collectively move toward the light. This is a free event hosted by Robert Davidson

Howard Phillips Hall: Friday, December 1, 7pm, 2023

Skidegate Small Hall: Sunday, December 3, 7pm, 2023

Howard Phillips Hall:
Collison Ave
Masset, BC

Skidegate Small Hall:
Front St
North Coast, BC