Artist’s CV

EDUCATION                                                                                                  
Bachelor of General Studies.
Simon Fraser University 1983
Professional Teaching Certificate.
BC Ministry of Education 1983-Undergraduate work.
University of Guelph, Ontario 1979
Silk Screening Certificate. Surrey Adult Education 1985

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE                                                                           
ARTS COUNCIL of New Westminster BC 2013

VESTA ABORIGINAL Educational Conference Vancouver BC

Clayzone Gallery, Vancouver B.C.
Lil’Wat Cultural Centre , Whistler BC
Early Retirement 2010!

for HEAD, HEART and Hands Focus PDD with the VSB-Making Connections
Art Intermediate Teacher Vancouver School Board. Vancouver Grade 4, 6 and 7
Teacher Vancouver School Board.
Vancouver Grade 1 Primary Teacher Nootka Elementary School.
Vancouver.Grade 2 Art Teacher Native Education Centre, Fall/Spring semester
Art Teacher Carnegie Centre, Summer Program
Teacher Vancouver School Board, Kindergarten to Grade 7 (T.O.C.)
Teacher Grandview Elementary, Native Transition class Grades 4 -7
Native Indian Cultural Enrichment Worker. Vancouver Indian Centre
(Duties:fund-raising, organizing art events/workshops)
Teacher. Gitswgukia Indian Reserve, Gitsgukla,Terrace, BC Grades 1 and 2

PUBLISHED BOOK
‘The ABC’s of Our Spiritual Connection Published by Theytus Books
Children’s Choice Award
Vancouver School Board Reading List Book tour. VSB, Saskatoon,
Regina School Board Standing Buffalo Reserve.
Broadcast. Hopscotch and Sesame Street,
CBC Storytelling/Children’s Exhibit. Surrey Art Gallery
Teacher’s Workshop, Langley Professional Development Day
Second printing : Theytus Books

EDUCATIONAL MEDIA
“Wakanheja” First Nations Children’s Puppet Show
created and written by Kim Soo Goodtrack directed by Dana Claxton
co-produced by Force Four Productions, 52-15min. episodes originally broadcasted on APTN

“Art Zone” created and written by Kim Soo Goodtrack (also host and art director)
co-produced by Force Four Productions, 39 episodes originally broadcasted on APTN broadcasted on APTN
Both shows are currently airing on FNX 

ART EXHIBITIONS
Ottawa Art Gallery – Canadian ABC book exhibition
Richmond Art Gallery – A Child’s View. Langley School District Storytelling.
Grunt Gallery – Abstract Indians Vancouver Storytelling Performances.
Vancouver Pitt Gallery, 50/50 Exhibit, Children’s Teepee, Illuminaries Festival – Public Dreams.
Visiting Artist. Vancouver Schoolboard.
Paradise in Wasteland.Tamahnous Theatre, Window Installation.
Mayworks, Censorship in the Arts. Vancouver
Watercolour and Indian Ink. First Ladies Exhibit.Pitt Gallery,Vancouver
Canvas and Watercolour with India Ink. A Space Toronto.
Spirit Song Native Theatre Company.
Painting displayed in Spirit Song’s Play Rubick’s Cube.
Richmond Art Gallery, Reaching for the Creator Richmond, BC.
The Grunt Gallery, Group Show/Photographic Essays,

The Pitt International Gallery, Vancouver, BC ”You’re not Indian Enough,
You’re too Indian…You’re the wrong kind of Indian.
There’s no category for You.

Watercolour/Indian Ink. Firehall Theatre.Lobby Exhibition
Gaaua Native Art Gallery, Chateau Whistler, BC.
Arts Network. Vancouver School Board. Mixed Media. Exhibit and Workshop. Integrating Native art with Social Studies.
Metro Theatre Art gallery, Vancouver, BC Abstract Series.
Watercolour/India Ink and Acrylic on Canvas. Simon Fraser Gallery, SFU, Burnaby, BC. Sepia Tone photographic Exhibit.
University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario.Intaglio prints.
Producer Wakanheja – The First Nations Children’s Show

Producer- Grant Her Restitution – Directed by Dana Claxton.
Nominated best experimental short – Yorkton Film Festival 1992.

AWARDS
Scholastic award for teaching practicum. SFU Open Bursary
Children’s Choice Award for the “ABC’s of our Spiritual Connection.”