Puget Sound Native Art and
This CD has been developed
in conjunction with the exhibition Song,
Story, Speech: Oral Traditions of Puget Sound’s First People at the Seattle Art Museum. Song,
Story Speech was curated by Barbara Brotherton, Curator of Native American Art
at the Seattle Art Museum.
This CD was created by the Seattle Art Museum
for the School and Teacher Program. Funding
for this project was made possible by a generous donation from The Leona M. Geyer Charitable Trust. Additional funding for Native School
tours provided by the Jeffris Wood Foundation.
This exhibition is organized
by the Seattle Art Museum. The
Henry Luce Foundation provided the leadership grant for the exhibition. Additional support provided by the Leona M. Geyer
Charitable Trust, the OneFamily Foundation and
Contributors to the Annual Fund.
Deborah Carl, Manager of Teacher and School Programs
Contributors: Anna Strankman, Curatorial Assistant; Anne Pfeil, Associate Museum Educator for Tours;
Barbara Brotherton; Curator of Native American
Art; Deborah Carl, Manger of School
and Teacher Programs; Katie Jennings, Video Projects Coordinator at IslandWood
and producer of Teachings of the Tree
People; Laurel Sercombe, Ethnomusicology Archivist at the University of
Washington; Tonya Kusak, Wyckoff Teacher Resource Center Coordinator; Tracy
Rector, Native Educator and Co-Producer of the video Teachings of Tree People; Roger Fernandes, artist and educator.
Editor: Sheryl Ball
CD Authoring: Design & Programming, Perry Low
Music: “Sle Hal”
song featuring Martin Sampson, recorded by Leon Metcalf in 1952
Special Thanks to the Native
Vi taqwsheblu Hilbert, Bruce subiyay Miller, and
Marilyn kwiatali Wandrey.
Mabbott, Grants Manager, Seattle
Art Museum; Paul Macapia,
Teachings of the Tree People, a short documentary featuring Bruce subiyay
Miller, Skokomish artist, storyteller, and spiritual leader.
Produced by Katie Jennings, 2004
time: 20 minutes