2009 Lifetime Achievement Award

Earl Muldon
Hazelton, BC

Earl  MuldonEarl Muldon, 73 years old, is from the Beaver-Eagle Clan. His many widely exhibited works include: large totem poles, masks, bentboxes, spoons, rattles, bowls, house fronts, limited edition prints, original paintings, gold and silver jewellery including repousse. Earl is a master carver in the Northwest Coast tradition and has undertaken both jointly and individually some of the largest commissions for Aboriginal art in North America, including a major totem pole restoration/replication project for the Gitanyow (Kitwancool) Hereditary Chiefs. He instructed at 'Ksan (Kitanmaax) School from 1969-84. The carved entry doors for the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia are just one example of his many important works. Earl is Hereditary Chief of the House of Delgamuukw.

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Many thanks to Cathi Charles Wherry, Arts Program Coordinator, of the First Peoples' Heritage, Language and Culture Council who provided tremendous assistance in the establishment of the award.

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