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Gail Tremblay

County: Thurston County



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Gail Tremblay is descended from Onondaga and Micmac ancestors. She resides in Olympia, WA and has been an artist, writer, and cultural critic for over forty years. She shares her vision through her multi-media visual works, art installations, and her writing on Native American Art. As a professor emerita at The Evergreen State College, she has mentored students in the fields of visual arts and Native American and cultural studies. She has served the artistic community as a member from 1989-2001 and in 1999-2000 as the president of the National Board of the Women’s Caucus for Art. She received a national “Mid-Career Art Award” from that organization in 1993. She has also received a Governor’s Art Award in the state of Washington for her Contemporary Art in 2001. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally in over 100 group and solo exhibits and has work in important museum collections.

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