Integrating Indigenous Perspectives Across Curricula Using Coast Salish Art

The Salish Weave Collection is a private collection of contemporary Coast Salish art that weaves together the distinctive forms and designs of established and emerging artists. The collection stems from and resides mainly on traditional Coast Salish Territories. The purpose of the collection is to support and promote awareness of artists who are contributing to the revival of Coast Salish art.


Some works in the Salish Weave Collection come in carefully curated box sets, which have been gifted to local school districts operating within Coast Salish Territory, including Saanich, Victoria, Sooke, and Cowichan. These prints are available to educators for classroom investigation and inquiry through their InEd departments, District Learning Commons, or online.


We welcome you to attend this introduction to the prints from the Salish Weave Box Sets, and learn how one might integrate this resource into and across curricula at all grade levels. Participants will receive a resource list that include links to lesson plans and useful videos to use immediately with students.

Target Audience



10:00 AM - 11:15 AM

This session is full.


  • Becky Greenhow

    Becky Greenhow has over 20 years of teaching experience, and currently teaches a Grade 3/4 class at Crofton Elementary. Becky is also a coordinator for Salish Weave's  School Programs, and has been working with and sharing the collection since 2016.

  • Angella Campbell

    Angella Campbell has over 20 years teaching experience and currently teaches a Grade 3/4 class at Crofton Elementary. She has worked with the Salish Weave Box Set prints since 2017, being part of the original team of educators in Cowichan to pilot this project.