Lyn Risling

Lyn Risling is an artist whose work reflects the revival and continuation of cultural traditions and the natural world of her tribal peoples, the Karuk, Yurok, and Hupa. Involved in many aspects of her cultures, she was a recipient of the Community Spirit Award from First Peoples Fund for her artwork and commitment to her Native culture and community. Lyn has shown her work throughout California, and her art can be found in tribal cultural curriculum, language materials, brochures, T-shirts, and posters.

Past Events

Community Day at the California Historical Society

Saturday Nov 12 2016   11:00 AM
California Historical Society  678 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA  map

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

A is for Acorn in Klamath

Saturday Feb 27 2016  
Yurok Country Visitor Center  101 Klamath Blvd., Klamath, 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