Eve-Lauryn Little Shell LaFountain is a Los Angeles based Turtle Mountain Chippewa and Jewish artist. She received her BA from Hampshire College and her MFA from the California Institute of the Arts in Photography/Media and Film/Video in May 2014.

Mobile app based on an artist book made by Eve-Lauryn LaFountain about her grandfather's experience at boarding school developed at Tribeca Hacks NDN Country 


A multi media project that will be installed in a solo show at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico this fall. Opening Thursday, August 20.

Artist portfolio

Wabanishimo

(She Dances Till Daylight)

Little Shell Studios: Photography, Film, Installation

Eve-Lauryn Little Shell LaFountain

Sundance New Frontier and Native Forum Panelist

I will be speaking as a panelist at the Sundance New Frontier and Native Forum at the Allied Media Conference in Detroit 

June 18-19

​2015​


A 16mm film documenting three generations of women in one family as they move the grandmother's collections.


Title translation: Spirit Dwelling (Hebrew)/Spirit Moon (Ojibwe)

A multi-media analog installation honoring the spirit moon. 

Ga ni Tha at the 2015 Venice Biennale

Bon Pour le Couer (2005) and Elderberry, Black Walnut, Oak (2012) will screen as part of Ga ni Tha on the occasion of the 2015 Venice Biennale at We Cocfri. Curated by Nancy Marie Mithlo and Marcella Ernest, my work will be presented with other Native American women artists. 

If you want to see more recent works, browse my Portfolio.

May

2015

CalArts Alumni Artist in Residency at Maker City LA in the REEF building in downtown Los Angeles