“Kidnapped Stó:lō Boys” film documentary.  I was the Researcher as well as the Local Production Coordinator for this film by Sandra Bonner-Pederson.

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2017

M.Teresa Carlson (curator), “Deo et Patriae – For God and Country: The University of Saskatchewan and the Great War,” Original Exhibit for Diefenbaker Canada Centre, Opened March 2017. (Keith Thor Carlson served as content specialist advisor).

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2016

2015

M.Teresa Carlson and, (co-curator) “Windows into the Past: The Adrian Paton Historical Photo Collection,” [A 20 foot long and 7 foot tall traveling exhibit produced for the Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society].

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ARTISTIC WORKS

2005

Chief historical consultant, researcher and ‘talking head’ for “The Lynching of Louie Sam” a documentary film produced by David MacIlwraith for Wild Zone Films, Vancouver BC.  Film received Honourable Mention aat the Toronto “Hot Docs” Film Festival. Has aired repeatedly on CBC TV, APTN, and The History Channel.

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1997

Keith Thor Carlson, The Fur Trade on the Aboriginal Pacific Northwest, (Vancouver: Thunderwater Group, a Division of Jan Perrier Design, 1997.)  A Poster Map (27 by 38 inches) depicting all fur trade posts, their years of operation and affiliation, and the major routes of overland and maritime exploration set against the Aboriginal language groups of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Includes an essay describing current interpretations of European-Aboriginal relations during the fur trade era.

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Other Works

Keith Thor Carlson “Community-Engaged Scholarship at the UofS – Faculty Perspectives.”

A promotional film discussing best practices in CES on the UofS campus. Worked as As PI, Producer and Participant.

Keith Thor Carlson “Community-Engaged Scholarship at the UofS – Student Experiences

A promotional film discussing best practices in CES on the UofS campus. Worked as As PI and Producer.

Keith Thor Carlson, M. Teresa Carlson, Brenda Macdougall, (co-curator) “West Side Stories: The Metis of Northwest Saskatchewan.”

Museum exhibit, Diefenbaker Canada Centre, May-September, 2007

Keith Thor Carlson (co-curator), Ron Denman, David Schaepe,  and M.Teresa Carlson, “Transformations,

An exhibit exploring the changing relationship between Aboriginal people and the landscape of the Fraser Valley British Columbia.  At the Chilliwack Museum, April 7 to September 30, 2001