FIRST NATIONS NOW: BETWEEN WORLDS
In conjunction with Origins Festival of First Nations, London, UK
June 9 – 25, 2017
Indigenous Canadian artists, from the Northwest Pacific Coast to the Cree heartland, explore hybridity and autobiography. Traditional art practices and iconography meet remix culture, performance art and corporeal narrative, reconstructing personal and shared identities betwixt realities.
Lithographs by Robert Davidson, Haida; sculptural photography by Meryl McMaster, Plains Cree; digital interventions by Kwakwaka’wakw Sonny Assu; and panel and hide paintings by Kwakwaka’wakw Steve Smith; as well as Inuit block prints and the Prow Table by Sabina Hill.
October 10 – 6 November 25, 2013
A showcase of 5 BC furniture designers and artisans, exploring where sustainability intersects with story, to reinforce the concept of heirloom.
DOUGLAS REYNOLDS GALLERY
Fifteen, Group Show, September 2010
Celebrating the Douglas Reynolds Gallery’s fifteenth anniversary.
ARTS UMBRELLA 2010
Splash Charity Auction
Sabina Hill donated the Pod Table (Formlines Collection), & Serving Tray and Candle Surrounds (Accessories Collection).
BEAVER TALES CANADIAN ART AND DESIGN
16 September – 6 December, 2008
This exhibition showcases both emerging and established designers and craft makers, alongside seminal artists who spearheaded the tradition of interpreting and celebrating Canadian countryside and wildlife in their artwork.
Dwell Collection, March 2008
New Spirit Collection, May 2007
Through the Eyes of the Northwest Coast Woman, November 3 – 28, 2005
OBJECTS OF BRIGHT PRIDE, 2005
A First Nations Art Auction Featuring Northwest Coast Art. A benefit for Bill Reid Foundation projects and the newly established Bill Reid Centre for Northwest Coast Art Studies at Simon Fraser University.
Sabina Hill New Work, July 16 – August 5, 2005