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News 2014

December 8, 2014 (Beatroute, Yasmine Shemesh)
Corey Bulpitt: Haida meets hip hop

“Corey Bulpitt has always been an artistic person.”

September 10, 2014 (Georgia Straight, Robin Lawrence)
Fall arts preview: Corey Bulpitt melds Haida forms with hip-hop

“If you've never encountered Corey Bulpitt's fusion practice, imagine classical Haida forms and designs mated with the street art of hip-hop culture.”

September 3, 2014 (Georgia Straight, Robin Lawrence)
Morgan Green combines indigenous and western approaches in Ts'msyen Transforming

“In a short introductory video playing in the gallery, Morgan Green talks about the different disciplines and materials she has explored in her young life.”

August 12, 2014 (
Art this week: Holger Kalberg, Rodney Graham and Corey Bulpitt

“A look at three of the most influential art events in Vancouver this week.”

July 23, 2014 (, Jean-Philippe Damiani)
Zoom : Trois jours à Vancouver

“2e jour: Premières Nations et Stanley Park...Dans le centre-ville, la passionnante Bill Reid Gallery expose cet artiste majeur (1920-1998) issu de la nation Haïda, dont certaines œuvres ornent désormais les billets de 20 $.”

July 9, 2014 (Alliance for Arts and Culture)
Bill Reid Gallery Welcomes New CEO

“The Bill Reid Foundation announced this week the appointment of Alexandra Montgomery as CEO of the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, effective October 1, 2014.”

July 3, 2014 (Urban Native Magazine)
Corey Bulpitt Expertly Blends Haida and Hip Hop Culture In His Art Exhibit AKOS

“The blending of cultures can be a beautiful thing and Native spraycan Artist Corey Bulpitt has done just that.”

June 11, 2014 (Miss 604, Rebecca Bollwitt)
Hip Hop and Haida Cultures Fuse at Bill Reid Gallery

“AKOS is Corey Bulpitt's graffiti tag and his Haida name, Taakeet Gaaya, translates to 'Gifted Carver'. Both names reveal two art forms that have successfully come together through this exhibition.”

June 10, 2014 (The Vancouver Project, Brian Horstead)
'Haida Banksy' fuses hip hop and indigenous tradition

“Corey Bulpitt began learning graffiti art in the suburbs of Vancouver when he was just 15.”

June 4, 2014 (Auberge Vancouver Blog, Ruth Chin)
Haida Masterpieces at Bill Reid Gallery

“Tucked away in the middle of downtown Vancouver is a modest gallery filled with Bill Reid's Haida masterpeices.”

Summer 2014 (Seven – Your Indigenous News Source, Latash – Maurice Nahanee)
Morgan Green: Ts'msyen Transforming

“The Bill Reid Gallery is showcasing Morgan Green's spectacular hollow-form jewelry in her solo exhibition: Ts'msyen Transforming.”

May 26, 2014 (The Peak, Megan Jones)
Ts'msyen Transforming shapes the past into high art

“Morgan Green is a First Nations artist with a strong connection to her culture.”

May 13, 2014 (SFU Vancouver Blog, Kamilah Charters-Gabanek)
Ancient art and contemporary elegance

“When different cultures interact, some of the best music, food, and art can be realized.”

May 9, 2014 (CTV News Vancouver, Andrea Menard, Fist Story)
Neo Native Artists

“Rez-Erect is a fresh, playful, provocative insight into sensuality and sexuality.”

April 1, 2014 (Radio-Canada TV, Yolaine Mottet)
Radio-Canada TV

Sky Blanket: Meghann O'Brien. Artiste exceptionnelle at Bill Reid Gallery Dernière semaine!

April 1, 2014 (Where Vancouver, Jill Von Sprecken)
Where Vancouver

“Artwork by First Nations artists is often thoughtful and provocative – but not like this.”

March 30, 2014 (CBC North by Northwest, Sheryl MacKay)
North by Northwest

Artist Meghann O'Brien talks about how she discovered weaving and how it changed her life.

March 16, 2014 (CBC North by Northwest, Sheryl MacKay)
North by Northwest

Kwi Jones (co-curator) takes Sheryl on a tour of the Rez Erect show at the Bill Reid Gallery.

February 4, 2014 (Explore150, Shannon Kraichy, Digital Media Blogger BC)
Explore150 Bill Reid Gallery

Shannon chats with Meredith Areskoug, the Marketing Associate at the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art.

January 30, 2014 (Galleries West, Maureen Latta)
RezErect Review

“When Kwiaahwah Jones and Gwaai Edenshaw started talking about co-curating an exhibition of contemporary indigenous erotic art, people asked, “Native erotic art? Does it even exist?” Jones is amused.”

By Jerry Grey, Visual Artist
BILL REID: "Mythic Messengers" 1984
Illustration by Jerry Grey

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