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Elizabeth Woody

Art in 2 Worlds: Regional Gallery II, Print, Sept-Oct 2003,
Museum of Art, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
Reflecting on Lewis and Clark: Contemporary American Indian Viewpoints,
Painting and exhibition essay, July-2003-2005, Maryhill Museum of Art, Goldendale, WA
The Return to the Swing: Gathering of Indigenous Artists,
Painting and print June 2001, 80 Indigenous participants: U.S., Canada, New Zealand, Australia and other countries in the Pacific Rim, TESC, Olympia, WA
Interview with Joe Fedderson where he discusses his collaborations
with Elizabeth Woody.
We are Many, We are One: An Exhibition of Contemporary Native American Art
a collaboration with Joe Feddersen, 1997, University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse, Stevens Pont, Madison, WI and Suomi College, Hancock, MI
Volume I, Book Arts by Native American Artists: Thirty-two Artists' Books from Across the U.S. and Canada
a collaboration with Joe Feddersen, 1995, A.I.C.H. and A.I.C.A., New York and San Francisco
Institute of American Indian Arts Biennial Faculty Exhibition
1994-1995, Winter, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe, NM
Archives, commissioned installation, a collaboration with Joe Feddersen
September 1994, Tula Foundation Gallery, Atlanta GA
Reflex Portfolio- Seven Native American Artists, edition of 30, produced with
Elizabeth Tapper Printmaking Studio. Collections include: Gordon Gilkey Print Collection at the Portland Art Museum, Cheney Cowles Museum. Reflex Magazine, Seattle, WA, March, Sacred Circle Gallery, Seattle, WA; December, Contemporary American Indian Arts Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Toi Te Ao-Aotearoa, World Celebration of Indigenous Art and History
November 1993, Te Taumata Gallery, Aukland, New Zealand
Two Women Show: Lillian Pitt and E.A. Woody Ceramic Masks and Mixed Media Installations,
Washington State University August 1993, Littman Gallery, Pullman, WA
North American Indian Contemporary Containers
Oregon School of Arts and Crafts March 1993, Hoffman Gallery, Portland, OR
Spirits Keep Whistling Us Home: Contemporary Plateau Women's Art
February 1993, Sacred Circle Gallery, Seattle, WA
For the Seventh Generation: Native American Artists Counter the Quincentenary, Columbus,
New York Collaboration with Joe Feddersen, August 1992, The Chenango Council for the Arts and Golden Artists, Inc.
Decolonizing The Mind: End of a 500 Year Era,
with catalogue October 1992, Center For The Contemporary Arts, Seattle, WA
By Our Hand: An Exhibition of Poetry by Native Americans
Ohio State University September 1992, Hopkins Hall Gallery, Columbus, OH
Oregon Folklife Master-Apprenticeship Exhibition
May 1992, Oregon Governor's Office, Salem, OR
Earth Fire Water: Native American Artists with Naoaki Sakamoto
February 1992, Clatsop Community College Gallery, Astoria, OR
Submuloc Show/Columbus Wohs, Native American Artists Reaction to the United States 500th Year Celebration of Columbus,
collaboration with Joe Feddersen, with catalogue, an international touring exhibition by ATLATL, 1991 to 1995, Phoenix, AZ
Spirit and Ancestor: Contemporary Native American Art
Group Show 1990, Maryhill Museum, Maryhill, WA
Native Proof: Contemporary Native American Prints
Group Show 1989/1990, American Indian Community House Gallery, NYC, American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Native American Artists
Group Show 988, Greystone Gallery, Portland, OR
Coyote Show
Group Show 1988, Frame Design Gallery, Bend OR
Contemporary Native American Art
Group Show 1988, Howard University, Washington DC
Governor's Oregon American Indian Art Show
Group Show 1986, State Capitol Building, Salem, OR

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