Humaira Abid: Fight Like a Girl

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Every Tuesday–Saturday, through October 29, 10:30 am–5:30 pm
Greg Kucera Gallery Pioneer Square (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
Humaira Abid's carved pine protest signs, emblazoned with phrases like "BLAME RAPIST NOT VICTIM," "#MeToo," and "NO MEANS NO," are sadly as pertinent as ever in the wake of the recent Roe vs. Wade overturn. The artist stares contemporary political issues dead in the eye, using painting and sculpture to express her uncompromising belief in women's rights.
Opening reception:
Thursday, September 1, 6-8 and October 6, 6-8.

Artist talk: Saturday, October 8 at noon

Event Location

Greg Kucera Gallery

212 Third Ave S Seattle, Washington 98104 Venue website

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