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Newsletters are published periodically. They may be a comprehensive review of a series of events, an in-depth report on education programs, an article featuring a Coast Salish artist, a presentation of newly acquired works of art, or an update on the where-abouts of the collection. We aim to publish newsletters that are informative, educative, enlightening and engaging.

Mark Your Calendars! Exciting Year Ahead.

27 Mar 2017
Read about Salish Weave in several exhibitions, a pilot project in the Cowichan Valley School District, declarations of truth and reconciliation by Vancouver and Victoria, ideafest at Uvic, Thomas Cannell's Salish Raven, and exciting developments at the National Gallery.

January 2017: A 2016 Year in Review

10 Jan 2017

As one exhibition closes, another one opens

18 Feb 2015
To start off 2015, Perpetual Salish closed after a successful run at the Legacy Art Gallery Downtown, and Record (Re)create opened at Nanaimo Art Gallery on Vancouver Island University's campus. Also in this issue: beautiful drawings and reviews of the Perpetual Salish exhibition school tours by Grade 4 students. 

What's New at Salish Weave?

13 Apr 2014
Three serigraphs and a paddle by renown Coast Salish artist Susan Point. A drum and a serigraph by artist and co-curator of Urban Thunderbirds, lessLIE. Three innovative paintings by emerging artist Dylan Thomas. 

New Coast Salish Artwork at UVic

13 Apr 2014
Coast Salish artist Maynard Johnny Jr. completes a panel installation at the University of Victoria. This large work joins the permanent display of the Cornett building dedicated to contemporary Coast Salish art. 

Glassworks by Susan Point

3 Dec 2013
This newsletter presents an array of glassworks created by renown Coast Salish artist Susan Point from 1999 to now. 

Shore to Shore

20 Oct 2013
A Coast Salish artist of the Pacific Northwest coast honours a man from the Azores Archipelago.

New Works by Chris Paul

11 Sep 2013
Past meets present in Our Blankets, Our Stories exhibition at Alcheringa Gallery.

The Sky Opened: Salish Origins

22 Aug 2013

Issue 3, May 2013

22 May 2013
An hommage to Coast Salish women who are artists and mothers. Read their biographies on salishweave.com

Issue 2, April 2

29 Apr 2013
Salish Weave presents two generations of young Coast Salish artists.  

Issue 1, March 2013

14 Mar 2013
See new works by Susan A Point, Maynard Johnny Jr., lessLIE, and Dylan Thomas.