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Exhibition CV

– Solo and Group Exhibits

– Public Works

– Book Illustration

– Acquisitions

– Curation



2017, May, June, July

Warrior Woman: Stop the Silence! (Version 3)

Billboard: National Tour Winnipeg – 1524 Broadway Ave W (May 19-June 11) ∙ Calgary – 4088 16 Avenue E (June 26-July 16) ∙ Vancouver – 654 Nelson St. (June 5 – July 2)

2016 Feb.24 – May 24

Warrior Woman and Selected Works. Sakewewak Artist Collective, Regina, SK

2014 Nov 22- Dec. 6

Warrior Women: Stop the Silence. (Version 2)

Backlit box (8 ’x 4’) AKA Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK. In conjunction with exhibit, Transformation; and Testimony and conference, Stronger than Stone.

2014 July 15-Sept 15

Warrior Women: Stop the Silence. (Version 1)

Billboard Project ( 50 ‘ wide) . AKA Art Gallery, Saskatoon SK.

2009 Sept.25-Jan.10

Mary Longman: Transposing Perspectives. Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Sask.

2004, Dec.

Mary Aski-Piyesiwiskwew Longman. MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK.

2000 Sept.8- Nov.2

Blood And Stones. Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, ONT

1999 May 9

Blood And Stones. Wanuskewin Gallery, Saskatoon, SK


Saskdiaspora. Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK


Traces. Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC.


Coming Home. Neutral Ground, Regina, SK.


MFA Graduation Exhibition. Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, N.S.


That was Then, This is Now. 56 Gallery, Vancouver, BC.


Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing. Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC



2021, May 1

Indigenous Cities. Virtual exhibition and Commission: Passage. Digital print, 34 x 62” Indigenous Theatre, National Arts Centre, Ottawa, ONT

2021, June 12-Nov.14

Touching Earth and Sky. McKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK

2020 Feb. 1-Oct. 12

Next Year’s Country  Remail Modern, Saskatoon, SK.

2019, Oct 26-Dec. 5

Fine Arts Faculty from the University of Saskatchewan

The Gallery/Art Placement


Roadside Attractions. Public Sculpture: Fire Starter and Time Keeper.

Wanuskewin Heritage Center. Curated by Dunlop Art Gallery and Sakewewak Artist Collective.

2018 June 1 – Aug. 1

Resilience Billboard Project. MAWA Mentoring Artists for Womens Art. Curator: Lee Anne Martin (Museum of Civilization) Sites: Nation-wide exhibition. Warrior Woman: Stop the Silence!! (Version 4)

2018 May 11-July 1

Canadiana Exhibition. SPAO GALLERY, (School of the Photographic Arts), Ottawa, ONT

2017 April 7-29

A Place Between – A 60’s Scoop Arts Project

Urban Shaman Gallery, Winnipeg, MB

2017 Mar. 25-Apr. 20

Fine Arts Faculty from the University of Saskatchewan

Art Placement Gallery, Saskatoon, SK

2015 Nov. 10-Apr. 30

Temporal Re-Imaginings. Ajagemo Art Space, Ottawa, ONT

2015 Jan 9

Eco Indian. Grand Hall Gallery, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon, SK

2014 Oct. 15-Apr. 15

Wearing our Identity: First Peoples Collection. McCord Museum, Montreal, QC

2014 Jan. 16 -May 28

Revisioning The Indigenous Continuum: Saskatchewan Arts Board Indigenous Collection. Grand Hall Gallery, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon, SK

2012 Sept 30-Dec 14

Treasures from the Vault. Godfrey Dean Art Gallery, Yorkton, SK

2013 Dec 9-13

Red and White Art Draw. AKA Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK

2013 Feb 16 -June 9

The Art Bank in the 21st Century. Featured works from the collection of Canada Council for the Arts Agnes Etherington Art Centre at Queen’s University, Kingston, ONT.

2011 Mar. 24, Jul. 3

Sasipenita: Strength and Endurance of Aboriginal Women

Grand Hall Gallery, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon, Sask.

2011 Jan. 22-Apr. 17

Demanding a Response: Contemporary Aboriginal Art History in Saskatchewan. MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK

2010 Aug.6 – Oct.8

Currents: Work by Faculty. Kenderdine Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK.


Changing Hands, Art Without Reservations 2

Museum of Modern Art and Design, New York, NY


Reservation X. Museum of Civilization, Gatineau, Quebec National Museum of the American Indian, New York, NY, Hood Museum, Hanover, NH


Topographies. Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, B.C


Native Love. Montreal (Artist space), AKA, Saskatoon, Sask., Urban Shaman Gallery, Winnipeg, Man., Open Space, Victoria, BC.


Canada’s First Peoples. Founders Square, Halifax, N.S.


Courants Rouges. La Gare Gallérie, L’Annonciation, Que.


Contemporary Canadian Native Art. Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC.


New Contemporaries. London Regional Gallery, London, Ont.


First Ladies. Pitt Gallery, Vancouver, BC. A-Space, Toronto, Ont.


New Territoires. Cultural Centres, Montréal, Que.


Contemporary Art In Nova Scotia Art Gallery, Mount St. Vincent University, Halifax, N.S.


Excursions. Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, N.S.


Strengthening The Spirit. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ont.


First Nations Perspectives On Indian Realities. Indian Art Centre, Hull, Que.


Depoteque. Co-operative Gallery, Montreal, Que.


Our Home And Native Land. Concordia University, Montreal, Que.


Artropolis. Co-operative Gallery, Vancouver, BC.


Four Days, Four New Directions. 56 Gallery, Vancouver, BC.


First Ladies Exhibit. 56 Gallery, Vancouver, BC.



2018, Sept 1

Fire Starter and Time Keeper.

Public Sculpture Installation. Site: Wanuskewin Heritage Center, Saskatoon, SK. Installed for 2 years.

2014, July 15-Sept 15

Warrior Women: Stop the Silence

Billboard Project ( 50 ‘ wide). AKA Art Gallery, Saskatoon Saskatchewan


Ancestors Rising

Public bronze sculpture, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Sask.


Mishipeshu. Permenant Public sculpture. Bridges

Melbourne, Australia, International Symposium




Jimmy Tames a Horse

Illustrator: Mary Longman, Author: Garry Gottfriedson. Kegedonce Press.


The Little Duck-Sikihpsis

Illustrator: Mary Longman, Author: Beth Cuthand. Theytus Press


Sima7, Come Join Me

Illustrator: Mary Longman, Author: Lorna Williams. UBC Press.



2015 Nov.

Warrior Woman. (Light Box)

Saskatchewan Arts Board

2014 Jan.

Hills Never Lie, and Pocahontas and Me. Lenticular Prints

Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan

2012 Nov.

Big Bear Poundmaker & McDonald / Buffy and Elizabeth Mountbatten/ Hills Never Lie. Lenticular Prints. Saskatchewan Arts Board

2011 June

Hills Never Lie, Lenticular Print. Canada Council for the Arts

2010 Aug.

Pocahontas and Me, Lenticular Print. Mendel Art Gallery


Elk Women’s Strength, Sculpture. Kamloops Art Gallery

2009 Oct

McDonald, Big Bear and Poundmaker. Lenticular Print.

Native Law Center, University of Saskatchewan


Ancestors Rising, Bronze Sculpture Installation

MacKenzie Art Gallery


Sixties Scoop & Child Labour, Digital Photo Print

Saskatchewan Arts Board


Strata and Routes, Sculpture. MacKenzie Art Gallery


Elk Man, Sculpture. Thunderbay Art Gallery


Co-Dependants, Sculpture. Aboriginal Achievement Foundation


Reservations, Sculpture. Kamloops Art Gallery



2014 Apr.11-Jun.15

Joi Arcand : Through That Which Is Scene

Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK Mentor Program

2014 Jan.16-May 28

Revisioning The Indigenous Continuum: Saskatchewan Arts Board Indigenous Collection. Grand Hall Gallery, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon, SK

2013 April 2-Nov 22

Buffy Sainte-Marie: Sixteen Million Colors

Great Hall Gallery, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon, SK