JAMES NEXW’KALUS-XWALACKTUN HARRY is an artist who works in various forms and media with a focus on encounters in public space. His work combines traditional Sḵwx̱wú7mesh stories, forms, and designs with a range of materials to produce murals, lightworks, sculptures, house posts, and cedar carvings. He earned a BFA in Visual Art from Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Recent projects include public art installations in Canada and the United States, graphic designs for Vale resorts in Whistler, and a 45ft reconciliation pole for the Vancouver School Board.
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