Born and raised in Northern New York, Margaret Jacobs is a member of the Akwesasne Mohawk Tribe. She shows her work nationally including recent exhibitions at Boise Art Museum in Idaho and Two Rivers Gallery in Minneapolis, MN. Recent awards include a NH State Council on the Arts Entrepreneurial Grant, a Fellowship through the First Peoples Fund and the Rebecca Blunk Fund Award through New England Foundation for the Arts. Her work has been featured in various print and online press including at mic.com in the article 11 Native American Artists Whose Work Redefines What It Means to be American and she was a recent guest contributor for Native Perspectives at the Met. Jacobs is known for her sculpture, jewelry, and drawings, and uses all three approaches to explore cultural adaptation and resilience. She utilizes technological processes generally seen in commercial applications and frequently intermingles unexpected and contradicting materials.