Greg Stats Artist-in-Residence Project at the AGO in 2014.
Greg Staats Onenh dwa’ den’ dya - Now Let Us Proceed, 2019 at Gallery 44, Toronto, with text by Leila Timmins.
Longhouse Faithkeeper, Turtle Clan of the Mohawk Nation, Alfred Keye’s letter to Greg Staats regarding Hodinöhsö:ni’ Reciprocal teachings and principles of relationships.
Greg Staats: Condolence, Grenfell Campus Art Gallery, 2011, with texts by Richard W. Hill Sr. and Charlotte Jones.
Deborah Doxtator’s text “Inclusive and Exclusive Perceptions of Difference: Native and Euro-Based Concepts of Time, History and Change,” 2001.
The Two-Row Wampum-Covenant Chain Tradition as a Guide for Indigenous-University Research Partnerships by Richard W. Hill, Sr. and Daniel Coleman, 2018.
Otiyaner: The “Women’s Path” Through Colonialism by Kahente Horn-Miller, 2005.
Greg Stats: Reciprocity, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, 2007, with texts by Robert Houle and Sheila Staats.
Greg Staats discusses in constant return with AGOinsider.