'linim himyúume kaa liláwtiwaama, my friends and relatives, it is my privilege to give greetings to all of you from our Weyúiletpuu (Cayuse), Imatalamtáma (Umatilla), and Walúulapam (Walla Walla) homelands.
- Phillip Cash Cash (Cayuse/Nez Perce), PhD Crow’s Shadow Board Member and Co-Founder
Our 2022 Impact Report is here! In the past 5 years we have accomplished a lot. We have pulled, editioned and signed 1,365 prints, 220 people have participated in Indigenous Arts workshops, and 28 Nixya’awii students have sold prints to the public.
We have generated $340,000+ of income for artists through print sales and have been part of 24 prominent exhibitions, including the Whitney Biennial (NY). 52 of our prints have been collected by the Library of Congress, 120 by the The Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation, and over 150 by other institutions and museums including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Smithsonian Museum of American Art, and the National Museum of the American Indian.
We are honored to share this report with you as we look back on our accomplishments over the past 5 years. We are also eager to plan Crow's Shadow's future with our community. Consider giving to Crow's Shadow to support the future of artistic programming, we cannot do this work without the generous support of our community.