FELLOWSHIPS, APPOINTMENTS, AND OTHER HONORS
JUDGING AND JURYING EXPERIENCE
- MFA Painting, San Francisco Art Institute, 1971
- BFA Painting, San Francisco Art Institute, 1970
- 1976-present, Assistant Professor, Studio Arts, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico
- 1974-1976, Instructor of Painting and Drawing, Native American Studies Department, University of California, Berkeley
- 1971-1974, Assistant Professor of Native American Art, California State College, Sonoma, Rohnert Park, California
- 2014 Crossing Four Rivers: Linda Lomahaftewa and America Meredith, Allan Houser Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
- 2013 Solo Exhibition, Than Povi, Santa Fe, NM
- 2013 Octopus Dreams, Air Land and Seed, Group Exhibit, 516 Art Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
- 2012 James T. Bialac Native American art collection, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Norman, Oklahoma
Native American Art, Works on Paper, Ekaterinburg Museum, Russia
Messengers 2012, Rainmaker Gallery, Bristol England, UK
Moundbuilders: Exploring the Ancient Southeastern Woodlands, Ahalenia Studios, Santa Fe, NM. Two-person show.
H2OK: A Native Response to Water issues in Oklahoma, Mainsite Contemporary, Norman, OK, and Bacone College, Muskogee, OK
- 2009-10 Intrigue and Novelty, Native American women’s group traveling Exhibition, Chicago, IL. Curated by Debra Yepa-Pappan
- 2008 Voices from the Mound: Contemporary Choctaw, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe, NM.
Curated by Tatiana Lomahaftewa-Singer
- 2007 Originals 2007 A Juried & Invitational Exhibition, Honored Artist, New Mexico Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts
Loosely Joined, 2007 New Mexico Artists from the Creative Capital professional development workshop, 516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM
First International Women’s Art Festival, Brewery Arts Centre, Highgate Kendal Cumbria UK
- 2004-07 Native Views, Artrain USA , A traveling exhibition, 3 years, USA
- 2003 Art of Community, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe, NM
- 2002 Now and Then, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe, NM
- 2001 Cross Border Show Rendezvous Festival, White Mountain Academy of the Arts, Elliot Lake Ontario, Canada
- 1999 Anticipating the Dawn Contemporary Art by Native American Women, Gardiner Art Gallery, Department of Art, Oklahoma State University Stillwater Oklahoma
- 1998 Healing Art Contemporary Native American Art, American Psychological Association Washington D.C.
- 1996-98 River Deep, Mountain High, International traveling exhibit produced by Highland Council Culture and Leisure Services and funded by the Scottish Arts Council Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, Scotland; and venues throughout Scotland and Europe
- 1995-98 Indian Humor, traveling exhibit produced by the American Indian Contemporary Arts, San Francisco CA., Twelve venues including; The Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, California; University of Minnesota, Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota; and the National Museum of the American Indian, New York, NY.
- 1997 Native American Painting: A Work in Progress- Summer Harvest mural commission and exhibition, collaboration with Delia Velasco, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum; Santa Fe, New Mexico
We Are Many, We Are One, University Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
New Art from Native America, Center Gallery, Elaine Bangone Center, Bucknell University; Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
- 1996 I Stand in the Center of the Good, Group exhibit in conjunction with publication of book by Lawrence Abbot,
American Indian Community House; New York City
- 1991-96 Shared Visions: Native American Painters and Sculptors in the Twentieth Century.
International traveling exhibit sponsored by the Heard Museum; Phoenix Arizona
National and International venues including: Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa Oklahoma;
National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, New York City; and McDougal Gallery, New Zealand.
- Our Land /Ourselves: American Indian Contemporary Artists, traveling exhibition produced by State University of New York, Albany.
Venues included University Galleries throughout the U.S.
- 2014 First place, Printmaking, Heard Guild Indian Fair and Market, Phoenix, Arizona
- 2001 First Place, Printmaking, Eiteljorg Indian Market, Indianapolis, Indiana
- 2000 Merit Award, Twelfth Annual Lawrence Indian Arts Show, Lawrence, Kansas
- 1997 Best of Division, Mixed Media, Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market; Phoenix, Arizona
- 1993 2nd Place, Painting, SWAIA Indian Market; Santa Fe, New Mexico
- 1991 1st Place, Hand pulled Prints, SWAIA Indian Market; Santa Fe, New Mexico
2nd Place, Original Graphics, Museum of Northern Arizona Annual Hopi Artist Show; Flagstaff, Arizona
2nd Place & Honorable Mention, Graphics (Hand pulled Prints) Red Earth Arts Festival; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- 1990 3rd Place, Hand pulled Prints, SWAIA Indian Market; Santa Fe, New Mexico
- 1988 Helen Harden Award for Creative Excellence in Painting and 3rd Place, Hand pulled prints, SWAIA Indian Market; Santa Fe, New Mexico
FELLOWSHIPS, APPOINTMENTS, AND OTHER HONORS
- 2012 Visiting Artist, The James T. Bialac Symposium, Making Native American Art, Sam Noble Museum, Norman, Oklahoma
Visiting Artist, 2012 Native American Works on Paper for the Ekaterinburg Musuem, Russia
- 2007 Honored Artist- Originals 2007 A Juried & Invitational Exhibition
The New Mexico Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts
- 2005-09 Board Member, Native American Art Studies Association, NAASA
- 2002 Visiting Artist, Collage Painting, 2002 Split Rock Arts Program, University of Minnesota, Duluth
Visiting Artist, March Madness workshop, Cesar Chavez High School/Heard Museum/ASU West, Phoenix, Arizona
- 2001 “Power of Art” winner, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Washington, D.C.
- 2000 Visiting Artist, Emily Carr School of Art; Vancouver BC, Canada
Visiting Artist, Painting through Collage, 2000 Split Rock Arts Program, University of Minnesota, Duluth
- 1998 Advisory Board Member, Capital Arts Foundation; Santa Fe, New Mexico
Painting Convocation Participant, "The Deep Remembering: The Art and Aesthetics of Southwestern Indian Painting,"
School of American Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico
- 1997 Lecturer-Museum of Indian Arts and Culture; Santa Fe, New Mexico
Visiting Artist, Printmaking “Imagination Celebration.” Special Weekend for the Hearing Impaired, Sponsored by the Ft. Worth, Inc..,
Ft. Worth, Texas
- 1996 Visiting Artist, Drawing & Petroglyph studies “Inspired by Nature” Project ’96, sponsored by K.K.W. Buro of Hamburg, Germany
Visiting Artist and Lecturer- Mc Dougal Art Gallery: Christchurch, New Zealand
Lecturer, Contemporary Native Arts- University of South Dakota, Vermilion
Visiting Artist, Printmaking- Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) Youth Art Camp: Santa Fe, NM
- 1995 Special Guest Artist- Wananga: Symposium of Contemporary Indigenous
Visual Arts Sponsored by Tewaka Toi Council of Maori and South Pacific Arts, Wellington: Rotorua, Aotearoa/New Zealand
Co-Curator- Institute of American Indian Arts Museum Faculty Triennial Exhibition: Santa Fe, NM
- 1994 Visiting Artist, Painting, Sponsored by Yavapai College and Arizona State University, Yavapai Art Institute; Prescott, Arizona
Featured Artist-36th Annual Heard Museum Fair and Market; Phoenix, Arizona
JUDGING AND JURYING EXPERIENCE
- 2013 Red Earth Art Show, Oklahoma City, OK
- 2012 Future Voices NM Youth Program, National Geographic Student Video Competition
- 2011 Cherokee Art Market, Catoosa, Oklahoma
National Geographic All Roads Film Project, Santa Fe NM
- 2007 Northern Plains Indian Art Market, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
- 2005 Eiteljorg Indian Market, Indianapolis, IN
- 2004 Trail of Tears Art Show, Cherokee Heritage Center Tahlequah, Ok.
- 2003 SWAIA Indian Market, Santa Fe, NM
Eiteljorg Indian Market, Indianapolis, IN
- 2001 Painting and Sculpture at the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Arts and Craftsman Show, NM
- 1997 Eight Northern Indian Arts and Crafts Show; New Mexico
- 1996 Painting, Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Arts and Craftsman Show, NM
Northern Plaines Tribal Arts: Sioux Falls, South Dakota
- American Indian Historical Society, San Francisco, California
- Casino Arizona, At Salt River, Cultural Arts Collection, Phoenix, Arizona
- Center for the Arts of Indian America, Washington, D.C. City of Phoenix, Sharing Ancestral Creations, Native American Art Collection
- Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman
- Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
- Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Millicent Rogers Museum, Taos, New Mexico
- Native American Center for the Living Arts, Niagara Falls, New York
- United States Department of the Interior, Indian Arts and Crafts Board, Washington, D.C.
- University of Lethbridge, Native American Studies Department, Alberta, Canada
- Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Abbot, Lawrence. I Stand in the Center of the Good: Interviews with Contemporary Native American Artists. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1994. Pages 149-159
- Archuleta, Margaret, and Rennard Strickland. Shared Visions: Native American Painters and Sculptors in the Twentieth Century. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 1991. Pages 56–94
- Bates, Sarah. Indian Humor. San Francisco: American Indian Contemporary Arts, 1995. Pages 60-61.
- Breunig, Robert, and Erin Younger. “The Second Biennial Native American Fine Art Invitational.” American Indian Arts Magazine 11 (Spring 1986): p. 61.