Fulmer Award in First Nations Art
Nominations Open: June 1 – July 7 

Photo: Evelyn Vanderhoop – Raven’s Tail Robe 2

Are you an artist, or do you know an artist who demonstrates excellence in traditional, contemporary or media art? Nominate them now for a 2021 Fulmer Award in First Nations Art! Read more!

Be a part of celebrating art and culture, while honouring traditions in carving, beading, weaving, painting, and more! Help recognize First Nations artists throughout our province by nominating them for the Fulmer Award in First Nations Art. 

The Fulmer Award honours excellence and inspires achievement in First Nations Art throughout the province. It celebrates the intersection of art and culture, while honouring First Nations artistic traditions, creating a platform for community engagement, mentorship and storytelling.     

“I have been weaving, teaching, and researching the Northwest Coast textiles for more than 30 years. This is the first award acknowledging my many years in the art of weaving. The Fulmer Award is, at this point in my career, encouraging and validates my efforts in bringing the traditional arts of the textiles forward to future weavers as well as making the textiles more known in the milieu of Indigenous arts.”

Evelyn Vanderhoop, 2020 Award of Distinction

Visit bcachievement.com and #nominatenowBC! Nominations open now until July 7th. 

BC Achievement is grateful to The Fulmer Foundation for its generous support of the First Nations Art program.  

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