Wachiay Studio is a screenprinting studio operated by Master Printmaker Andy MacDougall and the Wachiay Friendship Centre in Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada within the traditional lands of the K’omoks First Nation. Learn about the studio and their community projects here.
Squeegeeville is a site created by Master Printmaker Andy MacDougall, with information about the screen printing process. Visit the site here.
The Burke Museum in Seattle, WA has an extensive collection of Coast Salish prints. For information about the collection, and about historical and contemporary Coast Salish art, visit their website here.
COAST SALISH ART IN CORNETT
A permanent exhibition of Coast Salish art, including many prints is on display at the Cornett Building on the University of Victoria campus. Find out more here.
PERPETUAL SALISH: COAST SALISH ART IN THE CLASSROOM
Perpetual Salish: Coast Salish Art in the Classroom is an online resource centre for teachers, offering cross-curricular lesson plans to engage students and facilitate their understanding of Coast Salish culture and art. Visit the site here.
Perpetual Salish: Contemporary Coast Salish Art from the Salish Weave Collection was presented at the Legacy Art Gallery Downtown from August 15, 2014 to January 10, 2015, curated by lessLIE. See the exhibition catalogue here.
SALISH WEAVE COLLECTION
A private collection of Coast Salish Art that supports educational programming, including the Visiting Artist Program at the University of Victoria. To find out more about the collection and programming, and browse a resource library regarding Coast Salish art and culture, visit their website here.