Eliot White-Hill, Kwulasultun, is the Coast Salish artist behind the new artwork for the Beban Park Pool grounds. Because the pool’s playful water features are shaped like frogs and fish, the project explores
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Tth’oxe?lets, otherwise known as the Basket Woman or Wild woman , is a frigtening being that has been told of in Coast Salish stories for many generations. She was known
Sing along in Hul’q’umi’num’ to this lively album of happy friends. Both albums are available online along with lessons and a resource guide. The CDs can also be signed out
In this unit jointly created by NLPS and Ocean Networks Canada, students will explore multiple ways of knowing the beach environment through exploration of Hul’qumin’um’ language, personal connections, and science.
This video tells the story behind the making of “Supernatural Eagle Bringing the Sun Back to the World” by Coast Salish artists William and Joel Good which was installed at
This book (and recordings) teaches the words and sentence structure of the Hul?q?umi?n?um? language. Hul?q?umi?n?um? is one of the twenty-three Salishan languages spoken in British Columbia and the United States.
This collection of resources provides access to a sxwiem, (story) of the time when Seagull stole the sun and Raven, always the thinker and schemer, came up with a plan