ILPC Artwork

The art we use on Turtle Talk is from a painting called “The Seeds Are Planted” by Zoey Wood-Salomon.  In 2007 we asked Zoey to do two paintings for us, one to use for the Center generally and another for our 4th annual conference.

by Zoey Wood-Salomon

Ever since then, we’ve tried to use original Native art for our programs and posters:

2007 Indigenous Law Conference:  “Harvest” by Zoey Wood-Salomon (Ottawa Nation, Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve)

2008 Indigenous Law Conference: “Them two, the first Americans” by Sam English (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians)

2009 Indigenous Law Conference: ILPC Logo by Tom Teuthorn (Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians)

2010 Indigenous Law Conference: “Traditional Dancer” by Jonathan Labillois (Listuguj Mi’gmaq First Nation Band)

2011 Indigenous Law Conference: Bead Work by Rose Nimkiins Petoskey (Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians)

2013 Indigenous Law Conference: “Bear Society” by Brian Corbiere (M’Cheeging First Nations)

2014 Indigenous Law Conference: ‘Gikinoo’amaagoowin (Education) by Dylan Miner (Wiisaakodewinini (Métis))

2015 Indigenous Law Conference: “Hummingbird Ascension” by Andrew Keedah Hobson (Navajo Nation)

2016 Indigenous Law Conference: Two Row Wampum/The Kaswentha, by Dawn Dark Mountain (Oneida Nation of Wisconsin)

2018 Indigenous Law Conference: Coast Salish Art by Peter Boome.

2019 Treaty Commemoration: Edweying Naabing Anishinaabewaki Apane (Looking at the Past and Present, Indigenous Land Always) by Dylan Miner.

2019 Indigenous Law Conference: The Welcoming by Daniel Ramirez.

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