Cultural Group: Tsimshian  
  Born: March 24, 1984

Prince Rupert, B.C.

  Currently Residing: Vancouver, B.C.
  Artist Statement

"I am Tsimshian from the Eagle Clan in Lax Kw’alaams. I love fishing,carving,drawing and goldsmithing. I experiment in many different mediums and work hard towards my artistic visions. Our hereditary system and long history of art and trade provide me with the motivation to truly learn the complex art/culture of the northern people. my goal is developing my own style while respecting the refinement of our historical master craftsmen. I am also deeply inspired by art nouveau and the european masters."

-Morgan Green


Morgan Green has become accomplished in a wide variety of mediums, including wood sculpture, clothing, regalia, painting and northwest coast formline design.

She loves researching cultural history, learning and sharing knowledge.

Morgan recently Travelled to The Children`s Cultural Center`s (KiKuZ) in Germany for North American Native Week, where she taught Tsimshian history and visual art to children.

She believes that through her art she can create change in her home community of northern British Columbia, instilling cultural pride through traditional and contemporary Tsimshian art.

Green has taught ages from 4-56 years old with projects such as the Spirits Rising Missing Women’s Memorial Totem pole, Wetsuweten band council youth regalia course, School District 52 Role Model Program, North Shore Womens Center,  and Prince Rupert Pregnancy outreach.

Currently enrolled in Vancouver Metal Arts School,  Morgan continues her artistic development with goldsmith Gerold Mueller.

-YVR Grant recipient in 2005 and 2009
-Documentary- “A look at the life of Morgan Green” by Kelvin Redvers
-Costume Designer for independent Tschilcotin film “The Cave” by Helen Haig-Brown