CAMAS LOGUE (Klamath Modoc)

Born 1984, Portland, Oregon

camas.logue@protonmail.com

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2017 THRIVE Portland State University Native Student Center, cedar weaving workshop

2016 Native American cedar & sweetgrass basketry workshop, Native American Youth & Family Center

2014–2015 Research Assistant to Sara Siestreem, Hanis Coos Traditional weaving Practice Research & Education Project 

2014 Promotion Assistant to Sara Siestreem, Tribal Museum Studies Program, Northwest Indian College

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017 The Friendliest Group Show, True Measure Gallery, Portland, Oregon

2017 Summer Showcase, North West Marine Ironworks, Portland, Oregon

2017 View From Here, Erickson Gallery, Portland, Oregon

2017 Optic Gallery, Ahab’s Mother, Corvallis, Oregon

2016 Triad Exhibition, True Measure Gallery, Portland, Oregon

2015 North Coast Seed Building Studios Open House, Portland, Oregon

2014 North Coast Seed Building Studios Open House, Portland, Oregon

2013 North Coast Seed Building Studios Open House, Portland, Oregon

COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITIONS

2015 Thlatwa Thlatwa: Indigenous Currents, Center for Contemporary Native American Art, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon ( In collaboration with Sara Siestreem, Greg A. Robinson, and Greg Archuleta ) 

2015 IN//APPROPRIATE, Littman White Gallery, Portland, Oregon ( In collaboration with Sara Siestreem and Roger Peet )

2015 State of Oregon Craft, Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, Oregon ( In collaboration with Sara Siestreem )

2013 Illustrations for Anakena: The Easter Island Project, Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, Portland, Oregon ( In collaboration with Tiffany Lee Brown )

ARTISTS TALKS/LECTURES

2017 Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board ( THRIVE conference ) Cedar Weaving And Indigenous Craft, Portland State University, Native American Student and Community Center, Portland, Oregon

2015 Panel Participant, State Of Oregon Craft, Museum Of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR

BIBLIOGRAPHY

May 29, 2019 Concert communities and Black Belt Eagle Scout Record Store Dropouts. Interview with BBES drummer Camas Logue about his art and album cover.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.tonemadison.com/record-store-dropouts/concert-communities-and-black-belt-eagle-scout-season-1-episode-4%3fformat=amp

Optic gallery presents Ahab’s Mother. Corvallis advocate http://www.corvallisadvocate.com/2017/optic-gallery-presents-ahabs-mother/

In // Appropiate

https://www.google.com/amp/s/littmanwhite.tumblr.com/post/125205675422/in-appropriate-july-8-28-2015-wednesday/amp 

 https://www.littmanandwhite.com/past-1/2017/12/13/in-appropiate-roger-peet-others

“Artist’s ‘Whiteness Goggles’” Blot out Significance of Cultural Appropriation,” in Indian Country Today (July 23, 2015): http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/07/23/artists-whiteness-goggles-blot-out-significance-cultural-appropriation-161169

“‘Whiteness Goggles’ Set Out To Change How You See Cultural Appropriation,” in Huffington Post (July 20, 2015): http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/whiteness-goggles-cultural-appropriation-roger-peet_us_55a7f7d3e4b04740a3df470c

“Sold Out: State of Oregon Craft,” in Portland Mercury (June 10, 2015): http://www.portlandmercury.com/portland/sold-out/Content?oid=15818755

COLLECTIONS

Works held in private collections in United States, Canada, Denmark and Germany