Coalesce. Robert Langen Art Gallery, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario with essay by Armand Garnet Ruffo.
Àbadakone / Continuous Fire / Feu continuel. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.
Mnemonic (Re)Manifestations. Wanuskewin Heritage Centre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
(For Mnemonic (Re)Manifestations essay only by Alan Corbiere )
mazinigwaaso / to bead something – Barry Ace: Bandolier Bags as Cultural Conduit. FOFA Gallery, Montreal, Quebec (en français ici)
URL: IRL.Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan
Contemporary Indigenous Arts in the Classroom. Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
Unsettled. Queer Arts Festival. Vancouver, British Columbia.
Àdisòkàmagan / Nous connaître un peu nous-mêmes / We’ll all become stories. Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
QueerLandscapes / Queer Intersections, John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Insurgence / Resurgence. Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canadian Biennial 2017. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
Always Vessels, Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
Arc Poetry Magazine 84: “Oh Canada, We Have Issues.” Ottawa, Ontario
Every.Now.Then: Reframing Nationhood. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
Nayaano-nibiimaang Gichigamiin: The Five Great Lakes. Station Gallery, Whitby, Ontario
Nayaano-nibiimaang Gichigamiin: The Five Great Lakes. Ojibwe Cultural Foundation. M’Chigeeng, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
Mnemonic (Re)Manifestations. Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
(Exhibition Poster Version #1) (Exhibition Poster Version #2) (Exhibition Poster Version #3)
Mnemonic Manifestations. Latcham Gallery, Stouffville, Ontario.
Native Fashion Now: North American Indian Style. Peabody Essex Museum, Massachusetts
Memory Landscape. Museu Nogueira da Silva, Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal
Super Phat Nish. Art Gallery of Southern Manitoba, Brandon, Manitoba
Playing Tricks. American Indian Community House, New York, New York
Urban Myths. Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
Downloadable Poster – Red Runners: The new objectification of Native art and Identity
Downloadable Poster – A Reparative Act: Artist talk at History Department at Carleton University