SMASH - International Indigenous Weaving: Salish, Mi'kmaq, Alaskan, Southwest, and Hawaiian Artists is the exhibition catalogue to support a 2010 summer art show at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. The book showcases the works of Salish, Mi'kmaq, Alaskan, Southwestern, and Hawaiian artists through the medium of weaving in the forms of exquisite baskets, clothing, mats, rattles, spindle whorls, and conceptual pieces. Sixteen artists present over 60 individual pieces in the exhibition that features works from the Northwest Coast (Coast Salish, Haida, Lil'wat, Musqueam, Nuxalk, Okanagan, Sto:lo, and Tlingit). Other cultural regions represented in this book include the Navajo and Pueblo of the Southwest, the Mi'kmaq of the Eastern Woodlands, and Kalimaloa from Hawaii. Forty colour photographs highlight the exquisite pieces created by Debra Sparrow, Melvin Williams, Donna Thomas, Susan Point, Marie Sheppard, Teri Rofkar, Dionne Paul, Marques Hanalei Marzan, Angela Marston, Rena Point Bolton, Peter J. Clair, Melissa Cody, Barb P. Marchand, Marina Johnny, Lisa Hageman, and Bea Duran. Essays by exhibition curator Rose Spahan and Cathi Charles Wherry provide commentary about the artists and their expertise in the fibre arts.