Sponsored by Sno-Isle Libraries
Matika Wilbur was raised in the Swinomish Tribal community and is an enrolled member of the Tulalip Tribes, where she currently lives with her husband and baby. She integrates fine art and social justice as a long-form photo documentarian, writer, filmmaker, podcaster and public speaker. She is the founder and photographer of Project 562, a documentary project dedicated to photographing representatives from all 562 tribes as a way of “changing the way we see Native America.” Project 562 is Matika’s fourth major creative project elevating Native American identity and culture. While pursuing this project, she was entrusted by the Native women that she met with messages meant to be shared with us all through the telling of their stories. Sno-Isle Libraries is honored to support the sharing of these stories, presented by this extraordinary artist, documentarian and speaker.
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