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Artist CV

Halfmoon Woman has been practicing birch bark biting for over 30 years and teaching for the last 25. She teaches approximately 5000 children a year in schools facilitating workshops.  Her artwork can be found in museums, galleries and private collections around the world.

Recent Projects

Most recently Halfmoon has created a contemporary art exhibition titled, 'Biting Back Our Cultural Resilience.' It was created in partnership with the Canada Arts Council & the First Peoples Cultural Council and has been circulating since 2022.

Revelstoke Art Show

Sponsored by the West Kootenay Arts Council, Biting Back Our Cultural Resilience Art Show was held at the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre from June 8th- July 3rd, 2023. 

Indigenous Women's Art Conference

Halfmoon was invited to the 2022 Indigenous Women's Art Conference  in Ottawa from October 14-17th to share cultural knowledge and birch bark biting demonstrations.

Mini Tipi Collaboration

In 2022, Halfmoon joined forces with Mini Tipi, a Canadian women-owned company that creates small batch quality goods for home and family. She signed a contract with the company for them to use her art design on designer shawls & blankets.

Biting Back Inaugural Art Exhibition

The inaugural show for the 'Biting Back Our Cultural Resilience' art exhibition was held at the Wanuskewin Heritage Centre in Saskatoon, SK. Over 3600 people visited the show during the three month exhibition period from July- October 2022.

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