Where the Waters Come Together

Wed - Sat, through Jun 30
Center for Native Arts and Cultures Central Eastside (Portland)
This is an in-person event

The Center for Native Arts and Cultures, housed in the former Yale Union Laundry building, celebrates Indigenous artistry and culture with ceremonies, workshops, exhibitions, and more. Their inaugural exhibition, Where the Waters Come Together, looks closely at Indigenous perspectives on biodiversity, necessity, and food sources in rivers and oceans, considering colonial reshaping of waterways and shorelines. Greg Archuleta, Brenda Mallory, Sara Siestreem, and several other Indigenous artists respond to the themes through traditional and contemporary practices, sculpture, installation, and other mediums.

Where the Waters Come Together opens on Fri, Apr 22, with an opening reception from 4-9 pm.

Center for Native Arts and Cultures

800 SE 10th Ave Portland, OR 97214 Venue website

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