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Smoky-Top, the art and times of Willie Seaweed

Holm, Bill

Smoky-Top, the art and times of Willie Seaweed

by Holm, Bill

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Published by University of Washington Press in Seattle .
Written in English

    Places:
  • British Columbia
    • Subjects:
    • Seaweed, Willie, b. ca. 1873 -- Exhibitions.,
    • Kwakiutl art -- Exhibitions.,
    • Indian art -- British Columbia -- Exhibitions.,
    • Kwakiutl Indians -- Rites and ceremonies -- Exhibitions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Bill Holm.
      SeriesThomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum monograph ;, 3, Monograph (Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum) ;, 3.
      ContributionsSeaweed, Willie, b. ca. 1873., Pacific Science Center.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.K9 S374 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination183 p., [16] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages183
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3186869M
      ISBN 100295960388
      LC Control Number83047973
      OCLC/WorldCa9853846

      Check out Mask of Man Spirit from Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Skip to main content Willie Seaweed, Kwakiutl, Native American, - Title: Mask of Man Spirit; Date: early 20th century Smoky-Top, the Art and Times of Willie Seaweed. Exh. cat., . Americana, September-October, , review of Smoky-Top: The Art and Times of Willie Seaweed, p. American Indian Quarterly, spring, , Aldona Jonaitis, review of Spirit and Ancestor: A Century of Northwest Coast Indian Art at the Burke Museum, p. ; winter, , Robert Coutts, review of Soft Gold: The Fur Trade and Cultural Exchange.

      Rupert. Bill Holm, author of Smoky Top: The Art and Times of Willie Seaweed, is among the recognized Northwest Coast experts who use our term for ourselves. If Kirk readily accepts Nuu-chah-nulth and Nuxalk as our neighbours' terms for themselves, why persist in using an anthropo­ logical term for us, who are the Kwakwaka'wakw? Looking for books by Bill Holm? See all books authored by Bill Holm, including Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form, and Spirit and Ancestor: Century of North-west Coast Indian Art in the Burke Museum, and more on

      Willie Seaweed (–) was a Kwakwaka'wakw chief and wood carver from was considered a master Northwest Coast Indian artist who is remembered for his technical artistic style and protection of traditional native ceremonies during the Canadian potlatch ceremony ban. Today, Seaweed's work can be found in cultural centers and corporations, art museums, natural history . Bill Holm, in his book "Smoky Top: The Art and Times of Willie Seaweed”, notes that the ‘Nakwaxda’xw and Gwa’sala remained more "culturally conservative” - meaning that aboriginal religious beliefs, art, ritual and social organization persisted for a longer period of time than their neighbours.


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Bill Holm, Willie Seaweed (Photographs) avg rating — 0 ratings. with reasonable certainty to Willie Seaweed's hand. These works, along with carvings by Joe Seaweed, Willie's son, were exhibited in the fall of at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle, and became the subject of this marvelous book.

Smoky-Top: The Life and Times of Willie Seaweed, presents its subject in a clear and interesting fashion.Willie Seaweed, or Hiamas, a formal address meaning "right maker," or more commonly Kwaxitola, meaning "smoky-top," Northwest Coast artist, singer, dancer (b at Nugent Sound, BC c ; d at Blunden Harbour, BC ).Check out Mask of Man Spirit from Detroit Institute of Arts Museum.

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