Arts at Wa Na Wari

This event is in the past
Fri - Sun, through Sep 27
Wa Na Wari Central District (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
Should you find yourself in the Central District, Wa Na Wari boasts a welcoming space jam-packed with art. For SDAF, they have extended their show which has been up since March, but that few in the community have been able to see due to the pandemic. The exhibition which spans the whole house features the video work of Elise Peterson, Jamaal Hasef's prints, and multimedia work by Lisa Jarrett. In particular, keep an eye out for Lavett Ballard's "4 Little Girls" (pictured above), a piece that references the four little girls who were murdered by white supremacists in the 1963 bombing of 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. Hair is one of the best mediums—both on and off the head—that artists have to work with. I'm excited to see it in person.  JASMYNE KEIMIG

Friday: 2 pm-8 pm
Saturday-Sunday: 11 am-5 pm and by appointment

Wa Na Wari

911 24th Ave Seattle, WA 98122 Venue website