This section includes highlights of some of my media coverage, as well as information about exhibitions and shows.
RESISTERS: A LEGACY OF MOVEMENT FROM THE JAPANESE AMERICAN INCARCERATION
October 14, 2022 - September 18, 2023
Through art, first-person accounts, historical material, and artifacts, this exhibit connects Japanese American resistance movements during the WWII era to modern BIPOC justice movements and activism today.
LOAM: CLIMATE JUSTICE: BLACK & NATIVE ATTENTIOIN AS MIRICLE
"Climate Justice: Black and Native Attention as Miracle" is now available! Created in collaboration with a constellation of Black, Native, and Afro-Indigenous contributors, this immersive and in-depth magazine looks to the movements for Black Liberation and Indigenous Sovereignty for guidance on how to organize, reimagine, and transform in the midst of disaster and revolution.
STONINGTON GALLERY: ARTIST TALK WITH PAIGE PETTIBON
January 14, 2022
Artist Paige Pettibon speaks about her art process and inspiration behind her latest paintings at Stonington Gallery, how her multiracial identity influences her art, and tips for aspiring Native artists.
SPARK ARTIST TALK FEAT. PAIGE PETTIBON
May 20, 2021
Paige Pettibon (Black, Salish, White) is a Tacoma, Washington-based multidisciplinary artist. Her studio practice is to represent her diverse culture and to amplify the voices of people in her community.
June 7, 2021
North Seattle College Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Lecture by artist Paige Pettibon. Paige Pettibon is an artist whose work reflects her community. She is painter, illustrator, jeweler, and has a broad practice.
SOMETHING [RATHER THAN NOTHING] PODCAST EPISODE 84 - PAIGE PETTIBON
April 12, 2021
Paige Pettibon is an artist based in Tacoma, Washington. Her medium focus is acrylic painting, but has extended to fiber art, beadwork, and other media.
Paige is black, white, and Salish (from the Confederated Salish and Kootenei Tribes). Paige is influenced by her native northwest community by learning the Lushootseed language, tribal songs, dances and traditions.
ART & ACTIVISM: HOW ARE BIPOC ARTISTS SHAKING THINGS UP?
January 19, 2021
One of Eighth Generation's core values is representation. As an arts-centric company, we have a mission to bring authentic, cultural art to the global economy. We want to see a market that reflects the diversity of its consumers. Likewise, we want ourselves and our communities to be able to identify with artists and businesses.
Our team is inspired by the success of artists and entrepreneurs engaged in activism, so Eighth Generation staff came together to use our platform to share a handful of Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) artists based all over! From industries like tattoo and body modification, fashion, jewelry, visual art and social justice, these are artists you want on your radar.
ART & CULTURE
TOGETHER WE LIFT THE SKY: YƏHAW̓ AND BLACK-INDIGENOUS ARTISTS ADVANCE SOCIAL JUSTICE. VOL.21 NO.4
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ARTISTS AMONG US: TACOMA ARTIST WAS NURTURED EARLY ON, AND SHE WANTS TO PAY IT FORWARD
October 27, 2020
Pettibon (Salish and Black) is a multidisciplinary artist, working in mixed media, jewelry design, graphic arts, Lushootseed language and creative writing – and that’s just the beginning. She has an insatiable desire to explore all the facets of her creativity by boldly diving into wildly varied mediums. And she intends to never stop learning more.
May 14, 2020
Seeing Rhoda at 950 Gallery was my last normal day before all the closures and gathering restrictions. Organized by Paige Pettibon, the exhibition features her work alongside pieces by her grandmother, Rhoda Hayward, and many members of their extended family. Until her passing in 2017, Rhoda was constantly creating and gifting in community, but this is the first time her artwork has been shown publicly. This is Paige’s first time curating and showing a large body of her own work too.
RHODA SHOW EXHIBITION
March 5 - April 16, 2020
Spaceworks Tacoma announces Rhoda, an exhibit by the Hayward Family at the 950 Gallery.
The Haywards are a Tacoma based family that have inherited many talents and beautifully crafted pieces of work from their beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and great great grandmother. They have come together to share a collection of artwork in honor of their family, ancestors, and culture. In an array of mediums, the Hayward family displays their history through a visual memoir. This collection of work reflects on their identity and interrelationships.
ARTIST TRUST SPRING CAMPAIGN SPOTLIGHT: PAIGE PETTIBON
We spoke with Paige as part of our 2021 Spring Fundraising Campaign on the resilience of artists and what has inspired her throughout this time. We are working to raise $55,000 by June 30 in support of artists, with $40,000 left to go!
CITY OF TACOMA: ARTTOWN- ARTIST2ARTIST: PHILIP RED EAGLE & PAIGE PETTIBON.
October 11, 2019
Philip Red Eagle (Dakota and Salish) and Paige Pettibon (Salish) discuss how they use art, language, and ceremony to express and reclaim their Indigenous culture and identity.
KING 5's NEW DAY NORTHWEST INTERVIEW — TACOMA READS GIVES A PLATFORM TO URBAN NATIVE ARTISTS.
October 10, 2019
Artists Kimberly Deriana and Paige Pettibon talk about the upcoming Indigenous Womxn event in collaboration with Tacoma Reads