Brighter Future: To be heard. To be seen. To be free.

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Nov 7, 2019–Jan 11, 2020
King Street Station SoDo (Seattle)
Free
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Continuing in the tradition of yehaw by accepting every submission, this massive group show done in collaboration with the Ethnic Heritage Art Gallery at King Street Station features more than 100 objects by more than 50 local artists of color. Riffing on the idea of “freedom” and what it means to be free, artists present their thoughts on the current political climate in the city via a wide variety of mediums: painting, sculpture, video, etc. Of particular note is the intimate and contemplative Dani, Mexico City by local photographer Marilyn Montufar, used on the flyer for the show. by Jas Keimig

King Street Station

303 S Jackson St Seattle, WA 98104

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