Upcoming exhibitions on the Seattle Workplace of Arts & Tradition’s ARTS at King Avenue Station will discover popular culture, transmedia, and Indigenous tradition. Exhibitions function native artists Saira Barbaric, Hexe Fey, and collective IMMINENT MODE. ARTS at King Avenue Station is a dynamic house for arts and tradition within the coronary heart of the town, devoted to rising alternatives for communities of shade to generate and current their work.
July 28 – September 23, 2022
Pantheon Anew is a set of greater than 30 collages, video artwork, and an set up created by modern Black artists and impressed by the previous of Black American spirituality. Organized by artist Saira Barbaric, the exhibition juxtaposes youth and grownup popular culture to create a brand new religious pantheon that includes fantastical creatures. Barbaric invitations viewers to take a journey by way of the exhibition and forge their very own path in any path.
IMMINENT MODE: US
November 3, 2022 – January 5, 2023
IMMINENT MODE: Us is a deeper examination of the place we’ve come from, why our ancestors immigrated to this land, and the way our cultural variations can discover concord. Every staff will discover and have a good time their distinctive cultural heritages and specific that by way of their work. A gaggle of groups comprised of a Garment Designer and High-quality Artist, are paired to collaborate and create work for an exhibition that includes a chunk of wearable artwork and a large-scale set up primarily based on a theme. Moreover, a complementary secondary and tertiary garment will probably be walked in a style present on the Opening Gala. IMMINENT MODE is curated by Jordan Christianson, Adé A Cônnére, and Anouk Rawkson.
digital indigiqueer: a showcase of trans transmedia
February 2 – April 6, 2023
A showcase of trans Indigenous artists working in digital media curated by Hexe Fey and that includes artwork by Raven TwoFeathers, Ty Defore, Raven Kameʻenui-Becker, Catrileo Communidad, and Elijah Forbes.
Keep tuned for extra details about these upcoming exhibitions. ARTS at King Avenue Station is free and open Wednesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.