Sitke Center Resident Talk

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Thursday, November 30, 2023, 4–5:30 pm
This is an online event Β· Sitka Center for Art and Ecology

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Sitka Resident Talks are an opportunity for the community to learn about the artists and scientists working in residence at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology through brief 10-minute-long presentations. This event is free and open virtually to the public via Zoom. RSVP at to receive an event link. November 30th speakers include: 

·      Rasha Abdulhadi is a queer Palestinian Southerner disabled by Long Covid. A poet, and speculative fiction writer and editor, Rasha is a member of Muslims for Just Futures, the Radius of Arab American Writers, and Alternate ROOTS. Their recent chapbook is who is owed springtime and they were recently the featured guest on Death Panel’s October 16th episode, Refusing Genocide. 

·      Henrik Nordahl is a multidisciplinary artist from Oslo, Norway working with abstract sculptures and installations made of materials sourced from the street and hardware stores. His work is a result of a deep research into a material’s behavior and attributes through a process-led experimentation that he considers as a “collaboration”. 

·      Sascha Rose, a Haitian-American femme, connects ancestry, and sense of place with heavily reverberated guitar into heartfelt melodies. She bridges the ambient, indie, and soul into genre-bending songs and while creating music for her own enjoyment also honors its power to build community.

·      Catherine Margaret Webb is a visual artist and a recent graduate of Yale University, where she double majored in Art and Environmental Justice. Catherine plans to pursue her oil painting practice on the East Coast full-time for the next few years. Catherine grew up in Southern California and is a member of the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma. 

·      Adam Swanson daylights as a suicide prevention policy advocate and lives as a writer, editor, and artist. He has served on the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline’s Lived Experience Advisory Committee, and currently works as a coach for The College of Behavioral Health Leadership’s Equity-Grounded Leadership Fellow Program and is a Master of Fine Arts candidate in creative writing at Emerson College.

About Sitka’s Residency Program: From October to April over 50 talented artists and scientists will be residing amongst the trees and wildlife to deeply explore their work as Artists and Scientists-in-Residence at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. 
Located on Cascade Head on the Oregon Coast just north of Lincoln City, the Sitka Center is an ideal location for artists and scientists to withdraw from the distraction of daily life, find the solitude needed to push through their creative boundaries, chase their artistic pursuits and immerse themselves in natural study and reflection. Sitka Center is proud to host residents from around the world in various stages of their careers. 

About the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology 

Through workshops, residencies and events the Sitka Center provides time and space for place-based reflection, inquiry and creation at the intersection of art and ecology. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit located on Cascade Head in the Salmon River estuary north of Lincoln City, Sitka offers a place where visual artists, writers, natural scientists, musicians and interdisciplinary creatives of all abilities and backgrounds come to nourish their curiosity and creativity. 2023 marks Sitka’s 53nd year of offering art-and nature-inspired workshops, residencies and public events on the Oregon Coast.  


For more details visit 541-994-5485 Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, 56605 Sitka Drive, Otis, OR 97368.

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