Danielle Hill, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Citizen, Hawk Clan. Mother of five children (Julian, 17, Anysa, 14, Maple, 5, Quill, 4, Tulsi, 2) and wife of David Greendeer, Ho-Chunk/Narragansett. We are an art family and enjoy spending our days, crafting, painting, building, making wampum jewelry and spending days and nights at the beach. As a writer, farmer, crafter, dancer and artist I always find inspiration from museum archives and collections. When the children go to bed, I spend time looking at old photographs and imagining what life our ancestors lived. Through the silence, I find motivation to create new imagery and stories. I am also a seed steward of the King Philip Corn, a historically Wampanoag heirloom corn variety stolen during the King Philip War but now rematriated back into Wampanoag soil. When I am not out in the corn field or in the gallery, you can find me teaching a Native Food Systems course for UMass Amherst Stockbridge School of Agriculture. The future for me is to continue to merge my love of art and corn.