Lives and works on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish.

2014-2016 Certificate in Family and Community Counseling, Native Education College, Vancouver, BC
2012 BFA University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

Grants and Awards                                                                                                                                                                                         

2018-2021 City of Vancouver Studio Award Recipient
2017 British Columbia Arts Council Grant for Professional Development (Advanced Mentorship with Interdisciplinary artist Laiwan)
2016 Canada Council for the Arts International Artist Residency Grant (NYC, Alma De Mujer Center for Social Change, Austin Tx)
2015 Canada Council for the Arts Inter-Arts Residency Grant (Melbourne, Australia, TPS: Nomad Residency)
2014 British Columbia Arts Council Grant for Professional Development (Mentorship with Interdisciplinary artist Laiwan)


2018 Dene Nahjo Moose Hide Tanning Residency, Banff Centre
2018 Facilitator, Slow Wave Projects Residency, old dogwood Society for Arts and Ecology, Mayne Island, BC
2017  Goddard College’s MFAIA-WA Residency Guest Artist with Cease Wyss, Port Townsend, WA, USA
2016  Residency with Brittney Bearhat, Stride Art Gallery, Calgary, AB
2015  Time_Place_Space: NOMAD, Arts House and Performance Space, Melbourne, Australia
2014-2017  Aboriginal Artist in Residence live/work space, Skwachàys Lodge, Vancouver, BC
2014  “In Kind” Negotiations, thematic residency, Banff Centre
2012  Vermont Studio Center, Artist Residency
2010  Ox-Bow Artist Residency, Michigan, IL


2019 Bodys of Water, Cambridge Art Gallery, ON                                              2019 this land is lonely for us, Banff Centre                                                      2018 If the river ran upwards, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, AB
2017 Pōuliuli, West Space, Melbourne, Australia
2015 Every Little Bit Hurts, Western Front, Vancouver, BC
2014 600 Campbell, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC

Published Texts
Anne Riley, líndline (Where Rivers Meet), “ALMANAC” edited by Maggie Groat published by Kitchner- Waterloo Art Gallery
Anne Riley, Įladzeeé: Pulse in the Wrist: Indigeneity and the Work of Emotional Labour, 2016, MICE Magazine
Anne Riley, Canada Council For the Arts Spotlight Post, Time_Place_Space : Nomad; Silence as Resilience, 2016

Public Art Works
2019-ongoing A Constellation of Remediation, commisioned by the City of Vancouver Artist Initiated Projects Public Art Program, in collaboration with Cease Wyss


The Banff Centre