On Sunday, May 13, 2018, Peter will take part in a rededication ceremony of Signal, an installation developed in collaboration with artist Mel Chin. The rededication ceremony is a part of Mel Chin’s exhibition, “All Over The Place”, and will be hosted by members of the Six Nations who will share remarks on current climate justice conflicts in the region. As part of the ceremony, the artists will present a new plaque commemorating the contribution of Chin and Jemison in the production of the work – a public action that joins the current debate surrounding the role and meaning of public monuments in reckoning with a more complete understanding of U.S. history.
Peter's work is currently on exhibit at Monroe Community College's (MCC) Mercer Gallery. The show, Indigenous Environmental Activism in Art, runs from November 14 through December 14, 2017, and is free and open to the public. A recent article in City Newspaper speaks about the exhibit and the motivation behind it.
Ash-Milby and features a painting by Peter as well as a discussion of his role in the Native American Art Movement.
A new publication No Reservation: New York Contemporary Native American Art Movement, written by David Martine, the publication features an extensive interview with G. Peter Jemison, and is edited by Jennifer Tromski with a forward by Dore Ashton. A book party will be held at Artists Space on December 7th.
Peter Jemison's paper bags are part of an upcoming exhibit at Artists Space, 55 Walker Street, New York, NY. "Unholding" takes a look back at a ground breaking exhibit, "We the People," mounted in 1986 and curated by the late Jean Fisher and Jimmie Durham. The exhibition opens on November 17, 2017, and runs until January 21, 2018.