Her artwork has been featured at the University Women’s Club of Vancouver, Stanley Arts Club Theatre, the Longhouse Gallery, the Federation Gallery in Granville Island.
In 2010 the Vancouver Outlook Armstrong Gallery and Pete 2010.
A Welcome to Country can only be given by a representative - often an Elder - of the local Indigenous custodians of that land, whereas an Acknowledgement of Country can be given by anyone.
These Indigenous officers help teaching staff in the preparation of teaching materials and with general classroom duties, and are important in promoting communication between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, their parents or guardians, the community and the school.
'Indigenous Education Worker' is a term now used in order to be inclusive of all such officers across different states.
It is not generally considered appropriate to use 'ATSI' as a way of referring to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people when speaking or writing.
Many Indigenous-specific programs in Australian universities are run in 'Block Mode'.
Since 1994 all states and territories celebrate Australia Day together on the actual day.
On this day ceremonies welcome new citizens or honour people who did a great service.
She has studied under the guidance of Joseph Wong, AFCA, Recently with Chris Charlebois and attended other workshops in oil painting.
Teresa is an Active Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, a member and a Special Projects Coordinator with the Richmond Artists Guild; and a member with the South Delta Artists Guild.
To many Aboriginal Australians there is little to celebrate and it is a commemoration of a deep loss.