Solo Exhibition, Emily Arthur, Endangered, Sheppard Contemporary and University Galleries,

University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, November 2015-January 2016

National Group Exhibition, Reflections: Artful Perspectives on the St. Johns River, The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, Jacksonville, Florida, February-October 2015

National Group Exhibition, New Times Three, Blue Spiral 1 Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina,

January-February 2015

National Group Exhibition, Riding History: from Fort Sill to the Matanzas Bay, Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

of Flagler College, St. Augustine, Florida, January-February 2015

National Group Exhibition, Catalyst: Leaving a Lasting Impression, Lore Degenstein Gallery, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, January 2015

National Group Exhibition, Riding History: from Fort Sill to the Matanzas Bay,

Wright Museum of Art, Beloit, Wisconsin, March 2015

 Permanent Collection, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Fall 2015

 Permanent Collection, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California, Fall 2015

 Permanent Collection, Museum of the American West, Autry Center, Los Angeles, CA, Spring 2015  

Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe,

New Mexico, Spring 2015

Catalog/Monograph, Emily Arthur, Endangered, Published by Sheppard Contemporary and University Galleries, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada http://www.unr.edu/Documents/liberal-arts/Art/Emily%20Arthur%20Endangered%20Catalogue%20University%20Galleries.pdf

Feature Article, Kris Vagner, “Birdbrain,” Reno News & Review (December, 31 2015) https://www.newsreview.com/reno/birdbrain/content?oid=19518667

 Exhibition Review, Sheila Regan, “Leger art and the act of re-claiming history at All My Relations.” City Pages Minneapolis, Minnesota (Friday, December 11, 2015)

Article, John Seelmeyer and Jane Tors, “Native Americans ‘today … and into the future’ Campus exhibits explore a series of perspectives, from historic context to contemporary art,” Nevada Today (November 23, 2015) http://www.unr.edu/nevada-today/news/2015/2015-native-american-heritage-month

Article, Jenny Kane, UNR: 2 Native American artists honor nature through art,” Reno Gazzette Journal (November 6, 2015) http://www.rgj.com/story/life/2015/11/06/unr-2-native-american-artists-honor-nature-through-art/75327224/

Exhibition Review, Heather Ahtone, “Riding History: from Fort Sill to the Matanzas Bay, Symposium & Review,” First American Art Magazine (Issue No. 7, Summer 2015).

Exhibition Review, Andrew Webster, “River of Life,” Fine Art Connoiseur, http://www.fineartconnoisseur.com/River-of-Life/21804684

Exhibition Review, “Reflections: Artful Perspectives on the St. Johns River,” On View Magazine, (pg:120, April/June, 2015) http://issuu.com/onview/docs/on_view_04-06.2015/120?e=1593647/12126019

 Exhibition Review, “Our Picks Art,” Folio Weekly, Northeast Florida’s News and Opinion Magazine,

(April 1, 2015) http://folioweekly.com/ART,12302

 Exhibition Review, Charles Patton, Cummer's new 'Reflections' exhibit has local artists contemplating both museum's art and St. Johns River,” The Florida Times Union (Feb 22, 2015) http://jacksonville.com/entertainment/arts/2015-02-22/story/cummers-new-reflections-exhibit-has-local-artists-contemplating

 Article, Kyle Sherard, “State of the Arts: The Etched Fable,” The Mountain Express, Asheville, NC, (February 11, 2015) https://mountainx.com/arts/the-etched-fable/

 Exhibition Review, Bobbie Stewart, “Crisp-Ellert Art Museum exhibit spotlights American Indian imprisonment at St. Augustine fort.” Flagler College (February 4, 2015) http://www.flagler.edu/news-events/news/exhibit-at-crisp-ellert-art-museum-reinvigorates-discussion-of-american-indian-imprisonment-at-historic-fort

Exhibition Review, "Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay" explores the heartbreaking history of assimilation and imprisonment of Native Americans as expressed through the eyes of contemporary artists.” Augustine.org (January 2015) http://augustine.com/event/re-riding-history-exhibit

 Exhibition Review, Sue Bjorkman,The Art of Remembering Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay Artists response to history. Compass The St Augustine Record (January 16, 2015) http://staugustine.com/compass/2015-01-16/art-remembering-re-riding-history-southern-plains-matanzas-bay#.VMB2rCffSTU

Exhibition Review, Kara Pound, “Re-riding history" Addresses the Imprisonment of Native Americans in 19th-Century St. Augustine.” Folio Weekly, Northeast Florida’s News and Opinion Magazine (January 14, 2015)