beyond BorderLands: a weekend of artist conversations at King Street Station

 

303 S. Jackson St., Top Floor, Seattle, WA 98104

Photo by Sunny Martini

BorderLands explores the concepts of belonging and resistance throughout the third floor of King Street Station with 2D- and 3D works from the City’s collection and immersive installations. The exhibition is free and open to the public, and is accompanied by a range of related programming including lectures, performances, and engagement activities on Saturdays through the run of the show, a schedule is available at seattle.gov/arts/borderlands

Saturday, October 7, 2017, 2 – 5 p.m.
BorderLands Community Response Center
Admission is free, RSVP here

The BorderLands Community Response Center will be an afternoon of workshops, discussions, art-making, and healing led by artist Pedro Lasch at King Street Station with representatives from regional artists and community organizations including:

  • 21 Progress
  • Black Prisoners Caucus
  • artist Marita Dingus – healing through doll-making
  • artist Henry Luke – protest sign-making
  • NW Immigrant Rights Project
  • Red Eagle Soaring

Sunday, October 8, 2017, 3 – 6 p.m.
Artist Talk, and performance
Admission is free, RSVP here

The afternoon will include an artist talk by Pedro Lasch, a 20X20 presentation by local artists and a performance of Abstract Nationalism curated by Evan Flory-Barnes. Artist presentations will be followed by a community celebration.

20X20 presentations by:

  • Humaira Abid
  • Anida Yoeu Ali
  • C. Davida Ingram
  • Deborah Lawrence
  • Ries Niemi
  • Carina del Rosario
  • Brenetta Ward
  • Inye Wokoma

beyond BorderLands: a weekend of artist conversations at King Street Station

 

303 S. Jackson St., Top Floor, Seattle, WA 98104

Photo by Sunny Martini

BorderLands explores the concepts of belonging and resistance throughout the third floor of King Street Station with 2D- and 3D works from the City’s collection and immersive installations. The exhibition is free and open to the public, and is accompanied by a range of related programming including lectures, performances, and engagement activities on Saturdays through the run of the show, a schedule is available at seattle.gov/arts/borderlands

Saturday, October 7, 2017, 2 – 5 p.m.
BorderLands Community Response Center
Admission is free, RSVP here

The BorderLands Community Response Center will be an afternoon of workshops, discussions, art-making, and healing led by artist Pedro Lasch at King Street Station with representatives from regional artists and community organizations including:

  • 21 Progress
  • Black Prisoners Caucus
  • artist Marita Dingus – healing through doll-making
  • artist Henry Luke – protest sign-making
  • NW Immigrant Rights Project
  • Red Eagle Soaring

Sunday, October 8, 2017, 3 – 6 p.m.
Artist Talk, and performance
Admission is free, RSVP here

The afternoon will include an artist talk by Pedro Lasch, a 20X20 presentation by local artists and a performance of Abstract Nationalism curated by Evan Flory-Barnes. Artist presentations will be followed by a community celebration.

20X20 presentations by:

  • Humaira Abid
  • Anida Yoeu Ali
  • C. Davida Ingram
  • Deborah Lawrence
  • Ries Niemi
  • Carina del Rosario
  • Brenetta Ward
  • Inye Wokoma