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Leonor R. Fuller Gallery
Olympia, WA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening reception: Friday, November 11th 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Artist Talk: Saturday, November 19th 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Artist and Curator Selena Kearney, in collaboration with the Paimārire Studio on the Native Art Campus of The Evergreen State College, presents Coast Salish wool weavers and their processes. Ceremonial Coast Salish weavings offer protection for the wearer and exist in both the spirit and human worlds. Weavers bring thoughts of care and devotion to the loom as they produce their works. This exhibition of Coast Salish weavings highlights the stories and kinship embedded in the art form focused on strengthening bonds and helping others.

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Leonor R. Fuller Gallery
Olympia, WA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening reception: Friday, November 11th 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Artist Talk: Saturday, November 19th 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Artist and Curator Selena Kearney, in collaboration with the Paimārire Studio on the Native Art Campus of The Evergreen State College, presents Coast Salish wool weavers and their processes. Ceremonial Coast Salish weavings offer protection for the wearer and exist in both the spirit and human worlds. Weavers bring thoughts of care and devotion to the loom as they produce their works. This exhibition of Coast Salish weavings highlights the stories and kinship embedded in the art form focused on strengthening bonds and helping others.

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“Winter was the Elder’s time” says Darren Parry. A time for stories & wisdom, passed down from one generation to another. In our inaugural series “Curious Conversations”, we are pleased to welcome one such Elder as he shares a Winter story of Shoshone culture, tragedy, and hope. Weather dependent we will be having a poolside conversation in our gathering pool or a fireside chat in our Forest Yurt for what promises to be a healing, curious, conversation.

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Leonor R. Fuller Gallery
Olympia, WA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening reception: Friday, November 11th 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Artist Talk: Saturday, November 19th 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Artist and Curator Selena Kearney, in collaboration with the Paimārire Studio on the Native Art Campus of The Evergreen State College, presents Coast Salish wool weavers and their processes. Ceremonial Coast Salish weavings offer protection for the wearer and exist in both the spirit and human worlds. Weavers bring thoughts of care and devotion to the loom as they produce their works. This exhibition of Coast Salish weavings highlights the stories and kinship embedded in the art form focused on strengthening bonds and helping others.

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Portland Japanese Garden
Portland, OR

Enjoy a free koto harp performance by Oregon Koto-Kai at 1:15pm at the Cathy Rudd Cultural Corner in the Jordan Schnitzer Japanese Arts Learning Center. This family-friendly performance will also feature storytelling. Members will tell the story Mochi Mochi No Ki (The Tree of Courage). The moving story is about a young boy, raised by his grandfather, confronting and overcoming his fears.

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Leonor R. Fuller Gallery
Olympia, WA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening reception: Friday, November 11th 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Artist Talk: Saturday, November 19th 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Artist and Curator Selena Kearney, in collaboration with the Paimārire Studio on the Native Art Campus of The Evergreen State College, presents Coast Salish wool weavers and their processes. Ceremonial Coast Salish weavings offer protection for the wearer and exist in both the spirit and human worlds. Weavers bring thoughts of care and devotion to the loom as they produce their works. This exhibition of Coast Salish weavings highlights the stories and kinship embedded in the art form focused on strengthening bonds and helping others.

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Leonor R. Fuller Gallery
Olympia, WA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening reception: Friday, November 11th 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Artist Talk: Saturday, November 19th 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Artist and Curator Selena Kearney, in collaboration with the Paimārire Studio on the Native Art Campus of The Evergreen State College, presents Coast Salish wool weavers and their processes. Ceremonial Coast Salish weavings offer protection for the wearer and exist in both the spirit and human worlds. Weavers bring thoughts of care and devotion to the loom as they produce their works. This exhibition of Coast Salish weavings highlights the stories and kinship embedded in the art form focused on strengthening bonds and helping others.

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Leonor R. Fuller Gallery
Olympia, WA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening reception: Friday, November 11th 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Artist Talk: Saturday, November 19th 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Artist and Curator Selena Kearney, in collaboration with the Paimārire Studio on the Native Art Campus of The Evergreen State College, presents Coast Salish wool weavers and their processes. Ceremonial Coast Salish weavings offer protection for the wearer and exist in both the spirit and human worlds. Weavers bring thoughts of care and devotion to the loom as they produce their works. This exhibition of Coast Salish weavings highlights the stories and kinship embedded in the art form focused on strengthening bonds and helping others.

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Leonor R. Fuller Gallery
Olympia, WA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening reception: Friday, November 11th 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Artist Talk: Saturday, November 19th 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Artist and Curator Selena Kearney, in collaboration with the Paimārire Studio on the Native Art Campus of The Evergreen State College, presents Coast Salish wool weavers and their processes. Ceremonial Coast Salish weavings offer protection for the wearer and exist in both the spirit and human worlds. Weavers bring thoughts of care and devotion to the loom as they produce their works. This exhibition of Coast Salish weavings highlights the stories and kinship embedded in the art form focused on strengthening bonds and helping others.

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Leonor R. Fuller Gallery
Olympia, WA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening reception: Friday, November 11th 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Artist Talk: Saturday, November 19th 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Artist and Curator Selena Kearney, in collaboration with the Paimārire Studio on the Native Art Campus of The Evergreen State College, presents Coast Salish wool weavers and their processes. Ceremonial Coast Salish weavings offer protection for the wearer and exist in both the spirit and human worlds. Weavers bring thoughts of care and devotion to the loom as they produce their works. This exhibition of Coast Salish weavings highlights the stories and kinship embedded in the art form focused on strengthening bonds and helping others.

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Leonor R. Fuller Gallery
Olympia, WA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Opening reception: Friday, November 11th 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Artist Talk: Saturday, November 19th 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Artist and Curator Selena Kearney, in collaboration with the Paimārire Studio on the Native Art Campus of The Evergreen State College, presents Coast Salish wool weavers and their processes. Ceremonial Coast Salish weavings offer protection for the wearer and exist in both the spirit and human worlds. Weavers bring thoughts of care and devotion to the loom as they produce their works. This exhibition of Coast Salish weavings highlights the stories and kinship embedded in the art form focused on strengthening bonds and helping others.

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Stroum Jewish Community Center
Mercer Island, WA

Join us for an interactive Hanukkah storytime with two Sephardic children’s authors (one local, one world-renowned) as they share their Jewish Cuban family stories. Julie Anna Blank (“Hanukkah in Little Havana”) and Ruth Behar (“Tía Fortuna’s New Home: A Jewish Cuban Journey”) read their beautifully illustrated books for us. Then we’ll sing Hanukkah songs together, including Ladino/Sephardic favorite “Ocho Kandelikas.” You can also make a Hanukkah menorah out of snacks to enjoy during the event! Books make great Hanukkah presents, and the event is free with purchase.

In partnership with Jewish Book Council.
Sponsored by Samis Foundation.

Tickets
$5 (under age 2 FREE)
FREE with book purchase:

$15 Book: “Tía Fortuna’s New Home”
$20 Book: “Hanukkah in Little Havana”

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Northwest African American Museum (NAAM)

In celebration of Kwanzaa, enjoy a reading of My First Kwanzaa by Britney House. The book is a warm and lively introduction to a very special holiday that will help even the youngest children join in! This program is sponsored by City of Seattle Cultural Educatiand premieres on NAAM’s Youtube Channel every second Sunday of the month.

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Queer The Land

Queer the Land is partnering with The Pride Foundation and local queer CHamoru artist Lourdez Velasco, known on social media as @TenderVirgo, to bring you a collaging practice that will guide you in reclaiming home and honoring your and our collective ancestors.

During this free event, participants will practice analog collaging skills and use creative materials to bring to life interpretations, memories, and reconfigurations of “home.” Some images will be provided in a buffet -style. Still, participants are encouraged to bring magazines, fabrics, items found in nature, paints, and other elements to tell a story through their collages.

This is a free event, but donations are encouraged. You can donate at https://alliedmedia.org/post/donate-to-queer-the-land. Donations go to support the liberatory work and capacity building of our Queer the Land team, the efforts and labor of our facilitator, and toward materials and food for our event. Donations also help sponsor the participation of QTBIPOC- identified folx in other events and program offerings. This event will have some sweet treats, so come with a sweet tooth and a desire to create with community.

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