Haida Art

Channel Title : Sealaska Heritage Institute Views : 3972 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2019-02-16T21:30:00Z
In this lecture, master Haida artist Robert Davidson describes his upbringing, his journey to becoming a Northwest Coast artist, and the art he produces today. This lecture was given in celebration of Native American Heritage Month in 2015. Sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute and the University of Alaska Southeast....!
Channel Title : Sealaska Heritage Institute Views : 2405 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2019-08-16T23:00:01Z
Watch part 1 of a two-day workshop on the ancient formline designs created by Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian artists of Southeast Alaska. Class taught by formline expert Steve Brown. Sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute. Learn more about Sealaska Heritage here: https://www.sealaskaheritage.org/ https://www.facebook.com/SHInstitute/ https://www.instagram.com/shinstitute/ https://twitter.com/SHInstitute...!
Channel Title : Jeff Bear Views : 7820 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2010-06-01T08:58:38Z
Season 1 -- Episode 1: What is Haida Art? This introduction to the world of Haida art from the Haida perspective presents five central themes—form-line, ceremony, function, preservation, songs and language. The deep cultural connection Haida have to their art is a reminder that there is more than beauty to be found in the execution of artistic excellence. This opening episode demonstrates that the art has a place in modern Haida society, and that the entire history of the Nation is brought ...!
Channel Title : Jon Harris Views : 12544 DisLikes : 6 Published Date :2015-09-08T22:15:41Z
How I draw a tribal whale in a Haida tattoo design style. Total Time: 54 minutes Materials used: 110lb cardstock, HB pencil, Fineline pen, a sharpie, kneaded erasers Thank you for watching and Subscribe! You can follow me on facebook, instagram and society6 (links below) FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Jonathan.Stephen.Harris FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JSHStudioGallery INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/jonathanstephenharris SOCIETY6: http://society6.com/JSHarts MUSIC: EDM Det...!
Channel Title : Canada C3 Views : 28352 DisLikes : 11 Published Date :2017-10-13T00:30:19Z
In the Haida culture, the cedar tree is known as the tree of life. Traditionally, when babies were born, they were placed in cedar boxes. When people died, their bodies were also placed in cedar boxes. The bark of the trees has many other uses as well. It can be woven into ropes, baskets and hats. These trees are also used for one of the well-known symbols of Haida culture - totem poles. Haida totem poles tell a story through the representation of human, animal and supernatural figures. We spoke...!
Channel Title : Destination British Columbia Views : 8891 DisLikes : 4 Published Date :2017-02-24T17:27:41Z
Haida artist Reg Davidson (skil kaatlass hlkiann kusdann sgaanuwaa kiidlajuwee) creates sculptures, silk-screen prints, gold and silver jewelry, weaving, carved masks, and painted drums. He talks about his passion for his work, and the importance of celebrating ones culture. Follow Destination BC at @HelloBC To learn more about Reg Davidson: http://regdavidson.com For more information about travelling in Haida Gwaii, follow: http://instagram.com/gohaidagwaii http://twitter.com/hgtourism htt...!
Channel Title : UW Video Views : 7011 DisLikes : 2 Published Date :2014-01-07T19:22:41Z
Part of a series of lectures sponsored by the University of Washingtons School of Art, Division of Art History and held at the Henry Art Gallery, this lecture examines the artwork of the Haida, an indigenous nation from the archipelago Haida Gwaii, off the coast of British Columbia. Discover the meaning behind raven, beaver and other symbols integrated into Haida sculptures, paintings and costumes to share the history and culture of the Haida people. Learn the likely identity of the mysterious c...!
Channel Title : Sealaska Heritage Institute Views : 459 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2019-10-28T23:00:02Z
Master Haida artist from Haida Gwaii Robert Davidson designed the outside formline of Sealaska Heritages Walter Soboleff Building. In this interview, he talks about the original design, how it was adapted to fit the outside of the building, about the origins of Northwest Coast art, and Haida culture. Learn more about Sealaska Heritage here: https://www.sealaskaheritage.org/ https://www.facebook.com/SHInstitute/ https://www.instagram.com/shinstitute/ https://twitter.com/SHInstitute...!
Channel Title : True Calling Views : 1716 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2018-06-21T16:00:48Z
Jaalen Edenshaw is a Haida carver whose work can be seen all over Canada. A member of the Ts’aahl – Eagle Clan of the Haida Nation, Jaalen grew up surrounded by Haida art and began his training at a young age working with renowned carvers like his father, Guujaaw and James Hart. Inspired by the Old Haida Stories and the work of the Old Masters before him, Jaalen looks to the past as a guide that influences his contemporary work. Haida art can be described as a dance between flow and form wh...!
Channel Title : Coast Mountain College Views : 2609 DisLikes : 2 Published Date :2019-02-12T18:32:50Z
Coast Mountain College created the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art to honour, recognize and continue the legacy of Haida artist Freda Diesing. She was a master carver, painter, tireless educator and champion of Indigenous art and culture. Our Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art brings all nations together in the pursuit of higher education and sets new standards for aspiring artists. It is the only School of its kind in Canada, focusing on traditional First Nations Pacific N...!
Channel Title : Haida Jewellery Views : 20036 DisLikes : 6 Published Date :2014-02-03T21:57:13Z
The basic design elements of a Northwest Coast Native style wedding band...!
Channel Title : Emily Carr University Views : 13340 DisLikes : Published Date :2017-05-19T17:47:45Z
Luke Parnell is an artist of Haida and Nisga’a heritage who, through the use of traditional techniques from the Northwest Coast, investigates contemporary social issues. Parnell also simultaneously acknowledges the historical implications of his method of working within his practice. Traditional Northwest Coast art was centred on the convergence of intangible and material wealth: an individual’s rights and privileges and the objects that represented them. Parnell’s work continues to addre...!
Channel Title : Vancouver Sun Views : 643 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2018-02-28T20:45:51Z
Haida artist James Hart has been working on his latest piece,The Dancing Screen, since 2010. The massive 4,000 lbs, 11x16 foot cedar carving is currently being finished at the Vancouver Art Gallery.Visitors can watch Hart and his crew work on the project. Dana Gee caught up with Hart on the 4th floor of the VAGs Robson Street location....!
Channel Title : Vancouver Art Gallery Views : 5272 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2014-01-30T18:13:34Z
Charles Edenshaw (1839-1920) was recognized in his time as an exceptional Haida artist and remains an iconic figure in Northwest Coast art. His work serves as a testament to a tremendous individual spirit and a singular talent. With over 200 pieces assembled from public and private collections from around the world, this first major survey of Edenshaws work features the full range of objects that he produced and is organized around five central themes. The exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery...!
Channel Title : Art Around the World with Morah Brooke Views : 131 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2020-03-20T04:19:14Z
This week we are learning about Haida Art, a style of art where we see black and red lines, geometric shapes, and hidden figures. This style dates back 2,000 years and comes from the Haida People, who are indigenous to Alaska and Canada. K-3rd Grade: Trace your hand using a pencil and paper. Then take a black and red marker (or whatever materials you have available) and fill that hand shape with wavy rectangles, ovals, and lines. Maybe even try to draw an animal with another animal drawn insid...!
Channel Title : The Bill Reid Centre at SFU Views : 2363 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2011-04-15T18:41:19Z
In November of 2008, Dr. George MacDonald, Director of the Bill Reid Centre for Northwest Coast Art Studies at SFU and author of Haida Monumental Art, gave a 3-part lecture series on Haida Villages. 

Dr. MacDonald is a renowned expert on Northwest Coast art and has written a series of books on the subject. The presentations are illustrated with historical photographs from the 1870s and onward and explore the distinctive art of twenty-five Haida villages. 

The second installment of th...!
Channel Title : UW Video Views : 18711 DisLikes : 5 Published Date :2013-11-27T03:39:07Z
The 27th Annual Faculty Lecture coincides with the series, Contemporary Issues in Northwest Coast Native American Art, sponsored by the Burke Museum at the University of Washington. Using over 100 photographs of artworks, Professor Emeritus Bill Holm examines how Northwest Coast Native American Art has been perceived over the generations and what is going on today to understand it. Bill Holm, professor emeritus, Burke Museum, University of Washington http://www.washington.edu/burkemuseum 01/1...!
Channel Title : The Bill Reid Centre at SFU Views : 20670 DisLikes : 8 Published Date :2011-04-19T19:39:54Z
In November of 2008, Dr. George MacDonald, Director of the Bill Reid Centre for Northwest Coast Art Studies at SFU and author of Haida Monumental Art, gave a 3-part lecture series on Haida Villages. 

Dr. MacDonald is a renowned expert on Northwest Coast art and has written a series of books on the subject. The presentations are illustrated with historical photographs from the 1870s and onward and explore the distinctive art of twenty-five Haida villages. 

The final instalment of thes...!
Channel Title : X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell Views : 35724 DisLikes : 5 Published Date :2013-01-24T19:00:52Z
Northwest Coast Formline Design is the traditional artwork of the people of Southeast Alaska and the Northwest Coast. This video is meant to showcase northern styles, particularly of the Haida and Tlingit people. This style of artwork has followed a set of evolving design rules over countless generations, and should be well understood by everyone who spends time on the coast. This video shows the creation of an ovoid, and the many design options that can build off of this primary shape. It is m...!
Channel Title : The Globe and Mail Views : 715 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-06-21T20:15:32Z
The new totem pole to be raised near the northeastern tip of Haida Gwaii has carvings inspired by an old pole that stood in the same place nearly a century ago, but artist Christian White says he is adding modern touches to the totem pole....!
Channel Title : CBC Vancouver Views : 200 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2020-05-31T15:00:04Z
Robert Davidsons work emphasizes our need to be in harmony with nature....!
Channel Title : The Bill Reid Centre at SFU Views : 1125 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2011-04-14T23:33:20Z
In November of 2008, Dr. George MacDonald, Director of the Bill Reid Centre for Northwest Coast Art Studies at SFU and author of Haida Monumental Art, gave a 3-part lecture series on Haida Villages. 

Dr. MacDonald is a renowned expert on Northwest Coast art and has written a series of books on the subject. The presentations are illustrated with historical photographs from the 1870s and onward and explore the distinctive art of twenty-five Haida villages. 

The first installment of the...!
Channel Title : Shaylene Reynolds Views : 1499 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2015-09-26T07:13:03Z
http://www.shaylenereynolds.com Charcoal and colored pencil time-lapse video. This is drawing 3 of 5 in a series. Visit my website for the story behind this series. DRAWING MATERIALS: 20x30 illustration board, charcoal pencils (Hard, Medium and Soft), Carbon Pencils (B, 2B, 4B, 6B), Pastel Pencils (Fabre Castelle), and Colored Pencils (Polychromos) DRAWING TOOLS: Kneaded eraser, Blending Stump, Q-tip, Chamois, Pastel Blending tools EXTRA: Gloves (to keep the oils from my hand off the board) ...!
Channel Title : morevisually Views : 16131 DisLikes : 4 Published Date :2012-08-05T02:48:37Z
2009 a Haida totem pole was installed in the McMichael Art Gallery in Kleinburg Ontario, Canada. Follow the artist Don Yeomans and his son Kyran on their zany, wild, engrossing, enlivening, riveting, educating journey through time. Witness wood being sculpted from a once larger piece of wood, with origins in a forest somewhere in northern British Columbia in the form of a cedar tree. Allow yourself to be serenaded by the sweet sounds of Kyrans voice as he weaves a wonderful winding walkway for...!
Channel Title : Canada C3 Views : 24895 DisLikes : 9 Published Date :2017-10-14T04:11:28Z
With whales breaching from the water, eagles and ravens soaring overhead and magnificent cedar trees rising from the ground, the beauty of Haida Gwaii defies description. The Haida Nation has lived on these islands since time immemorial. On Leg 13, we were honoured to meet renowned activist Guujaaw, Haida Gwaii Watchman Vince Collison and carver Gwaliga Hart. They told us the story of the Haida Nation and we would like to share it with you. Music by Patrick Watson Avec ses baleines qui jaillis...!
Channel Title : Canadian Coin & Currency Views : 111 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2016-04-21T20:54:58Z
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Channel Title : ShawTVSouthVI Views : 1865 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2016-04-27T00:32:44Z
Shaw TVs Lorraine Scollan explores the ancient art of the Haida who use argillite to carve totems, pipes, boxes, etc. as an expression of their culture. Haida sculptor, Lionel Samuels has been carrying on this tradition and has some amazing pieces of sculpture. Ethnology curator, Martha Black tells us about the history of this art form thru the collection at the Royal BC Museum. go! airs daily on ShawTV Channel 4. Connect with Us! Twitter: www.twitter.com/ShawTV_SVI Facebook: www.facebook.c...!
Channel Title : Tony Wade Views : 6495 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2011-02-04T13:38:33Z
In 1989 the legendary (Haida) artist Bill Reid was finishing up his largest bronze sculpture to date. Variously called The Spirit of Haida Gwaii or the Black or Jade Canoe, this wonderful piece is displayed in front of the Canadian Embassy in Washington and a jade copy is at the Vancouver International Airport (YVR). It is also on the Canadian $20 bill. When we did the film, Bill was suffering from Parkinsons Disease and was shakily putting final touches to his sculpture while knowing this...!
Channel Title : Jeff Bear Views : 2695 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2010-06-04T22:36:01Z
The final episode in this documentary series explores the ways in which the foundation of Haida art was compromised after the period of historical contact with Europeans. An impressive assemblage of Haida artists discuss how important it is for the Haida to recover from the dictates of Church and State. They underline and exemplify the importance of the land as a source of inspiration and indeed the very substance that embodies their art. The art, language, spirituality, and the land are what ...!
Channel Title : The Province Views : 3898 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2012-12-05T22:37:19Z
Haida artist James Hart has been working on his latest piece,The Dancing Screen, since 2010. The massive 4,000 lbs, 11x16 foot cedar carving is currently being finished at the Vancouver Art Gallery.Visitors can watch Hart and his crew work on the project. Dana Gee caught up with Hart on the 4th floor of the VAGs Robson Street location....!
Channel Title : Next Luxury Views : 7737 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2016-06-08T20:48:18Z
Want to See the World’s Best Haida Tattoo designs? Click here to visit our Gallery: https://nextluxury.com/mens-style-and-fashion/haida-tattoo-designs-for-men/ For an unequaled dose of aboriginal grandeur, today’s elite style lords are overwhelmingly opting for the exquisitely cosmopolitan universe of Haida tattoos. These intelligently oriented designs add a fashionable punch straight from the Pacific coast. Haida tattoos originated from Native American cultures that reside in both British...!
Channel Title : Art for Kids Hub Views : 90213 DisLikes : 63 Published Date :2017-09-22T11:00:04Z
Todays art lesson is inspired by Native American art! Were learning how to draw a bird using the same elements and style from their culture. Heres a link to the image I used for inspiration https://i.pinimg.com/736x/ba/46/9e/ba469e473e393b380756d9fcd0a32c0c--owl-paintings-painting-art.jpg I also want to challenge you to draw a different animal but use the same style and technique. 🎨 ART SUPPLIES we love https://www.artforkidshub.com/art-supplies/ 📺 SUBSCRIBE to our channel here http:/...!
Channel Title : Shaylene Reynolds Views : 1934 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2015-09-16T22:46:46Z
http://www.shaylenereynolds.com Charcoal and colored pencil time-lapse video. This is drawing 2 of 5 in a series. Visit my website for the story behind this series. DRAWING MATERIALS: 20x30 illustration board, charcoal pencils (Hard, Medium and Soft), Carbon Pencils (B, 2B, 4B, 6B), Pastel Pencils (Fabre Castelle), and Colored Pencils (Polychromos) DRAWING TOOLS: Kneaded eraser, Blending Stump, Q-tip, Chamois, Pastel Blending tools EXTRA: Gloves (to keep the oils from my hand off the board) ...!
Channel Title : CANADA Explore | Explorez Views : 26587 DisLikes : 12 Published Date :2010-07-05T06:23:53Z
Learn about the history behind the totem poles of Haida Gwaii, British Columbia. Want to plan your trip to Canada? Visit http://uscw.canada.travel/canadaheritage Join us on Facebook and Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/ExploreCanada http://www.twitter.com/ExploreCanada...!
Channel Title : MY ARTS Views : 367 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2016-05-17T02:25:57Z
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Channel Title : Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Views : 284 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2017-06-28T16:28:48Z
Renowned Haida artist Christian White takes Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic guests inside of his studio and shares some of his work. Video by Dexter Sear....!
Channel Title : American Museum of Natural History Views : 61187 DisLikes : 24 Published Date :2013-05-09T17:09:13Z
While highlights from the Museums collection of artifacts from the Pacific Northwest Coast are on display in the Hall of Northwest Coast Indians, more than 13,000 objects are kept in storage in the Division of Anthropology. Join Curator of North American Ethnology Peter Whitely as he leads a tour of the collections, which includes a giant Kwakwkawakw whale mask, a Chilkat blanket with three different interpretations of its abstract symbolism, and a Haida/Tsimshian raven rattle. Many of the ar...!
Channel Title : jordon seward Views : 109 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2020-04-23T18:49:52Z
Rough carving a mini moon mask artist walks you through preliminary carving process. If you like carving and artwork please Subscribe comment tell me what you like to see for future videos hit the like button or dislike if you didn’t like it. It all helps me to do more of what you do like. Again leave me a comment below maybe share your past carving experiences. If you lean a see more of my art follow me on Instagram: Instagram.com/Jordo Seward Facebook: Facebook.com/haida_art-Jordo Sewar...!
Channel Title : X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell Views : 10702 DisLikes : 3 Published Date :2013-01-25T08:59:20Z
Northwest Coast Formline Design is the traditional artwork of the people of Southeast Alaska and the Northwest Coast. This video is meant to showcase northern styles, particularly of the Haida and Tlingit people. This style of artwork has followed a set of evolving design rules over countless generations, and should be well understood by everyone who spends time on the coast. This video shows the creation of two variations of inner ovoids: the salmon-trout head and spirit face. It is meant to h...!
Channel Title : Vancouver Art Gallery Views : 5477 DisLikes : 2 Published Date :2013-08-31T00:05:38Z
An inside look at the craftsmanship of James Hart:The Dance Screen (The Scream Too). In late 2009, artist James Hart began designing a large-scale sculpture titled The Dance Screen (The Scream Too) and began carving the work in 2010. This ambitious project brings together many of the principal animal figures from traditional Haida stories, especially creatures that depend on salmon for their survival....!
Channel Title : CBC Vancouver Views : 938 DisLikes : 3 Published Date :2020-05-31T14:00:14Z
Robert Davidsons work reinforces our need to be in harmony with the natural world, and Kelownas Abigail Langford pens Chef Junior with a group of friends. This is Our Vancouver with Gloria Macarenko....!
Channel Title : Clint Cora Views : 2347 DisLikes : 0 Published Date :2007-03-08T23:05:23Z
Collection of Northwest Indian art on wonderful old Haida bowls from the late 1700s to early 1800s from the McCord Museum. Motivational speaker Clint Cora http://www.clintcora.com is a huge fan of native culture....!
Channel Title : Ashley Nichols Art Views : 298136 DisLikes : 46 Published Date :2019-08-18T01:58:32Z
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Channel Title : Royal Canadian Mint Views : 2274 DisLikes : 4 Published Date :2020-07-28T12:59:28Z
Order today: https://www.mint.ca/store/coins/coin-prod3640022?lang=en_CA One of Canadas finest contemporary artists, Bill Reid brought Haida art and Canadian culture to a global audience. His extraordinary body of work includes 1,500 pieces ranging from jewellery art to monumental carvings. His artwork has appeared on several Canadian coins, including this 1 oz. pure silver tribute to the artist on the 100th anniversary of his birth. And on this coin, we combined engraving and colour technolog...!
Channel Title : INVANCITY Official Views : 1304 DisLikes : 1 Published Date :2015-06-29T11:25:51Z
Rika is an artist from British Columbia, Canada working in brushed inks, watercolors and metallic leafing. His subject matter is the ocean surrounding the land he most loves; the Pacific Northwest Coast. See Rikas work here: http://www.rika-art.com See it. Share it. Love it. INVANCITY http://www.INVAN.CITY Find us on social media: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/INVANCITY/1434623653514361?fref=ts Twitter: http://twitter.com/_INVANCITY Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/INVANCITY...!
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