SOLD OUTJoin us at the Olympic Sculpture Park for a dialogue featuring some of the Northwest’s most compelling native artists. They will discuss what it means to be an indigenous artist, their relationships to the land, and how identity informs their processes and purposes in creating art.
IntroductionWarren King George, Muckleshoot historian
ModeratorCharlotte Coté, Associate Professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Washington
Free but registration is required. Unclaimed reservations will be released 10 minutes before start time.