Analisa Tripp

Analisa Tripp is an artist, a writer, and an auntie to fourteen nieces and nephews. She is a graduate of the Native American Studies Program at UC Berkeley. Over the years she has had the privilege of working with youth of all ages as a nanny, preschool teacher, elementary and high school tutor, and university recruiter. A member of the Karuk Tribe, she currently lives with her family in their ancestral territory located in beautiful northwestern California.

Past Events

A is for Acorn: California Indian Museum & Cultural Center

Saturday May 14 2016   2:00 PM
California Indian Museum & Cultural Center  5250 Aero Dr., Santa Rosa, CA  map

Art Talk & Reception

Saturday Feb 20 2016   6:30 PM
Maidu Museum & Historic Site  1970 Johnson Ranch Dr., Roseville, CA  map

A is for Acorn: Karuk People’s Center

Saturday Nov 14 2015   3:00 PM
Karuk People's Center  64236 Second Avenue, Happy Camp, CA  map

A is for Acorn: Panamnik Library

Friday Nov 13 2015   4:00 PM
Panamnik Library  59 Asip Rd., Orleans, CA  map

A is for Acorn: Karuk Education Center

Thursday Nov 12 2015   4:00 PM
Karuk Education Center  1306 Yellowhammer St., Yreka, CA  map

Book Signing with Analisa Tripp and Lyn Risling

Friday Nov 06 2015   7:00 PM
Northtown Books  957 H St., Arcata, CA  map