Indigiqueer Joy Exhibition

Every day, through Jun 30, 5 pm - 12 am
Vermillion Capitol Hill (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
This June we’re highlighting Indigiqueer Joy in the heart of Capitol Hill at Vermillion Art Gallery and Bar. The Indigiqueer Joy Exhibition shares a series of photos that were taken by Evan Benally Atwood (Diné/Navajo) and Nate Lemuel (Diné/Navajo), across what is now known as Washington, Oregon, Minnesota, New Mexico, and Oklahoma over the course of 15 days. The exhibition also features works by other local queer Indigenous artists including Hailey Tayathy (Quileute) and Dove Little Home (Blackfeet/Cree).
The Indigiqueer Joy Campaign is sponsored by the Paths (Re)Membered Project at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board. This event is free and open to the public. More info at
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