Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia
In 2008, after renovations to the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at the University of British Columbia were completed, Salish Weave loaned the eehhwe’p syuth - To Share History masterpiece by John Marston, a renowned Coast Salish carver of Vancouver Island to the museum. This piece has been displayed in the Great Hall of the museum ever since.
In 2015, we donated eehhwe’p syuth - To Share History to MOA along with five other original pieces – sculptural works and paintings - and 17 serigraphs. All works were the subject of a successful application to the Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board. A certificate issued by the Board to the Museum of Anthropology attests that this collection of 23 works met the criteria of "outstanding significance and national importance" in accordance with the Cultural Property Export and Import Act.