7: Professional Native Indian Artists, INc.
Edited by Michelle LaVallee, this catalogue accompanied the exhibition featuring the Indian Group of Seven, of which Joseph M. Sánchez is a member. The exhibition began at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Saskatchewan in 2013 and has travelled across Canada, closing in 2016. Currently out of print, the MacKenzie is crowdfunding to reprint the book for purchase and for use in libraries and schools throughout Canada.
Canadian History Since World War I: History 10 Enhancements
This resources is designed to meet the specific needs of the applied classroom. Each topic in the student book is covered in a single two-page spread providing students everything they need to complete the lesson. Focus on pages connect back to the historical thinking concepts and inquiry skills of the unit. They also include a case study to practice working with the focus historical thinking concept or inquiry skill using evidence. The student book features: Student friendly language and introduces the inquiry process and historical thinking concepts. Each historical thinking concept features a list of questions and criteria to help students understand and apply the concept. Joseph’s work is represented with other members of the PNIAI on pages 50-52.
NATIVE AMERICAN ART AT DARMOUTH: HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE HOOD MUSEUM OF ART
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition at the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth, the fourth in a series highlighting their permanent collection: October 2011- March 2012. This book features Joseph M. Sánchez's essay The Continuity of Tradition: A Native Aesthetic.
Fritz Scholder: An Intimate Look
Edited by Joseph M. Sánchez, this catalogue accompanied the exhibition at the IAIA Museum in Santa Fe, NM: July 2008- February 2009.
Lucky Number Seven
Edited by Lance M. Fung, this catalogue accompanied the 2008 SITE Santa Fe International Biennial in Santa Fe, NM. This book features Joseph M. Sánchez's essay Global Cultural Transcendence.
RELATIONS: INDIGENOUS DIALOGUE
Edited by Joseph M. Sánchez, this book accompanied the 2007 Relations Biennial at the IAIA Museum in Santa Fe, NM, and contains his essay Relevant Work and Real Culture, a dialogue in truth.
Witness, Selected Proceeding of WITNESS, a symposium on the woodland school of PAINTERS
Edited by Bonnie Devine, Witness collects a selection of the proceedings from the Symposium on the Woodland School of Painters in Sudbury, Ontario in 2007, and contains Joseph M. Sánchez's essay The Formation of Native Indian Artists, Inc, the Indian Group of Seven.
BOB HAOZOUS: INDIGENOUS DIALOGUE
Edited by Joseph M. Sánchez, this catalogue accompanied the exhibition at the IAIA Museum in Santa Fe, NM: August 2005-July 2006.