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Virtual ceremony officially welcomes Judith Sayers as Vancouver Island University chancellor
Nanaimo clothing design company Ay Lelum wins Excellence in Culture Award
Breakfast Television, "Holiday Harmony Project". Spotlight. December 10, 20.
CBCListen, "Reclaimed with Jarrett Martineau: Around the World". Debut of Supernatural Eagle. Dec. 9, 2020.
Tribal Business News, "12 days of Indigenous holiday gifts: Sleek Salish jacket". December 14, 20.
Huffington Post, "Gifts From BIPOC-Owned Businesses For That Special Someone". Feature. December 3, 20.
CBC, "Wearable art, metallic fringe, tie-die sweatsuits: The looks from the 2020 edition of Indigenous Fashion Week". December 2, 2020.
VOGUE, "Five Takeaways From Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto". November 30, 20.
NUVO Magazine, "10 Canadian BIPOC-owned Business to Support This Holiday Season", Feature. November 30, 20.
Nanaimo News Bulletin, "Nanaimo's Ay Lelum makes Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto debut". November 25, 20.
Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada , "Destination Indigenous Gift Guide". Feature. November 24, 20.
SCOUT Magazine, "MOV Details New Exhibition on Chinese Immigration, Readies Webinar on Indigenous Art Clothing". November 24, 20.
BAHM Magazine, "Water Carriers and Weavers of Life". Feature Editorial, pgs. 4-23. November 20.
Dress the Part: Jandrew Speaks.com, “Ay Lelum F/W 2020 Celebrates Women's Strength and Power”. October 29, 2020.
CBCListen, "Reclaimed with Jarrett Martineau: Neon Drift". CBC World Debut of Spindle Whorl. Oct. 21, 2020.
Nanaimo African Heritage Society Magazine, Feature, Autumn 2020 Issue. Table of Contents, pgs. 22-33.
Native News Online, "The Age of Online Art Markets: Native Artists and Organizers Are Adapting Their Craft and Marketing for Virtual Success". Oct. 4th, 2020.
CBC, "Indigenous Designers in B.C. outraged over claims of authenticity by non-Indigenous competitor". Sept. 30, 2020.
IndigiNews, "Coast Salish Fashion house centres intergenerational knowledge in new collection". Sept. 17, 2020.
IntELEGANCE Magazine , Fashion Feature, Issue 78 "Culture", Sept. 12, 2020. Pgs. 26-41.
Windspeaker, "Coast Salish clothing designers emerge from pandemic with a fresh new approach". Sept. 14, 2020.
Santa Fe Indian Market, Coffee with Kim - Ay Lelum Interview, September 2020.
Native News Online, Here's a Taste of What's Available at the Virtual Santa Fe Indian Market. July 31, 2020.
Native Hoop Magazine, Collection Launch Feature, Issue #93, Sept. 2020. Pgs. 44-62.
Nanaimo News Bulletin, "Nanaimo clothing design company launches fall 2020 collection with online show". Aug. 26, 2020.
Small Business BC, "Meet Aunalee and Sophia Good, Ay Lelum". Feature. June 30, 2020.
Dress the Part: JandrewSpeaks.com, MASKS; FUN and FASHIONABLE MASKS FROM 3 B.C. DESIGNERS". Feature. June 18. 20.
Salish Sea Sentinel Magazine, Snuneymuxw artists design COVID-19 masks". June/July, 20.
Native Hoop Magazine, Feature. Issue #89, May 2020. Pgs. 62-67.
Nanaimo News Bulletin, "Nanaimo clothing design company holds first online fashion show". April 28, 20.
Dress the Part: Jandrew Speaks.com, “Ay Lelum-A great Year at Vancouver Fashion Week, Indigenous Fashion Week and more to come in 2020”. Dec. 2019.
Nanaimo African Heritage Society Magazine, Cover and Designer Feature, December 2019. Cover, Table of Contents, pgs. 15-18.
Salish Sea Sentinel Magazine, “Snuneymuxw Fashion House Debuts New Collection, Music”, Dec. 1, 2019.
IntElegance Magazine, Top 16 Looks of Vancouver Fashion Week, Issue 67, November 15, 19.
Salish Sea Sentinel Magazine, “Creating a Coast Salish Symphony with Rob the Viking”, October, 2019.
Micromacro Mag, “Q & A with Fashion Brand Ay Lelum”, Designer Spotlight, Oct. 4, 19.
VIU Magazine, Fall Edition feature. Sept. 2019.
BAHM Magazine, Feature Editorial “Spirit of the Land” Pgs. 24-39. Fall 2019.
Refinery29, “All the Most Incredible Looks From Vancouver Fashion Week”. April 201
Refinery29, “Diversity Is Vancouver Fashion Week’s Greatest Strength--& Its Greatest Struggle. April 2019.
Salish Sea Sentinel Magazine, “Snuneymuxw Grizzly Story Inspires Latest Ay Lelum Collection”, April 2019.
Dress the Part: Jandrew Speaks.com, “Ay Lelum-The Good House of Design at Vancouver Fashion Week”. April 2019.
Olio by Marilyn, “Vancouver Fashion Week FW19 Interview With Designers Aunalee Boyd-Good and Sophia Seward Good of Ay Lelum”. April 2019.
Global News at Noon BC, Interview and mini fashion show with Ay Lelum, opening day of Vancouver Fashion Week. March 2019.
Nanaimo News Bulletin, "Snuneymuxw Design Team Caps Busy Year With Business Award", feature on Ay Lelum. Oct. 2018.
The Good Family, TimberWest First Nations Cultural Art Showcase video (including Ay Lelum Music), Oct. 2018.
2018 Culture and Heritage Awards, William Good, City of Nanaimo feature video
on William Good (including Ay Lelum Music), April 9, 2018.
Salish Sea Sentinel Magazine, “Ay Lelum brings Coast Salish culture to Vancouver Fashion Week”. Feature on Ay Lelum. April 2018.
The Show. Interview on Shaw Cable, at 11:33 mark. TV show (Youtube). April 4, 18.
CBC, “At a Vancouver fashion show, design, family and Indigenous Culture meet”, article and radio interview (including Ay Lelum Music). March 22, 2018.
Nanaimo News Bulletin, “Nanaimo designers featured in Vancouver Fashion Week”, feature on Ay Lelum. March 2018.
Curious Magazine, Royal BC Museum. “Restoring Balance: Reuniting Coast Salish art and oral history”, feature on William Good by Aunalee Boyd-Good. Published online July, 2017.
Peninsula News Review, “Keeping the art form alive for the Good’s”. August 24, 2016.
Salish Sea Sentinel Magazine, “Ay Lelum: A new era for the Good House”. Feature on Ay Lelum and the Good Family of Artists. June 2016.