Wounded Boys Courageous Men Over seventy pieces of work which includes environmental portraits, historical photographs, poetry and written statements by the men who attended two training schools in Ontario, Canada. This exhibition is a statement on Institutionalized Child Abuse.
Canadian Anishnabe Friendship Centre, Toronto, Ontario, May 1995
MacKenzie Hall, Windsor, Ontario, May 1995
Pembrooke Community Centre, Pembrooke, Ontario, August 1995
L.I.N.K.U.P. Conference, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., September 1995
O.I.S.E. Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, Toronto, October 1995
The Stone Angel, Ottawa, Ontario, January March 1996
L.I.N.K.U.P. Conference, San Antonio, Texas, November 1998
Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens, Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness, Oct. 1999
Elders of the Anishnabe Thirty-five black and white environmental portraits of the elders from several different reserves in Northern Ontario.
The Timber Village Museum, Blind River, Ontario, June 1999
Anishnabe Spiritual Centre, Espanola, Ontario, Spring 1993
Thunder Bay National Exhibition Centre for Indian Art, Ontario Summer 1989
Tom Thomson Memorial Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario, January 1989
Centre for the Study of Canada, Plattsburgh University, New York, October 1988
Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, April 1988
University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Summer 1987
Museum of Indian Archeology, London, Ontario, Winter 1987
Toronto Metropolitan Reference Library, Toronto, Ontario, October 1986
Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, West Bay, Ontario, Summer 1986
Children of Nicaragua Forty black and white environmental portraits of the children in a war torn country. A fund generated from the exhibition was donated to the orphans of Nicaragua.
London Regional Childrens Museum, London, Ontario, February 1988
St. Lawrence College, Kingston, Ontario, December 1988
S.J. Zacks Gallery, York University, North York, Ontario, April 1988
Toronto Metropolitan Reference Library, Toronto, Ontario, October 1987
Northern Visions A group exhibition of four Canadian Artists Shirley Cheechoo, Blake Debassige, Gordon Waindebence and E. Jane Mundy, Ontario House, New York City, New York.
Vision Without Borders U.N.E.S.C.O., Paris, France exhibition traveling throughout Europe, Japan, Africa, China, South America and Canada.
Vision Without Borders - Toronto Metropolitan Reference Library, January 1987
Plessisgraphe, Montreal, Quebec, Women Photographers of Canada, February 1996
Canadian Centre of Photography, Toronto, Ontario, June 1982
Deja Vue Photographic Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, April 1981