ʔálʔal Summer Exhibition
Chief Seattle Club is excited to announce our inaugural exhibition at ʔálʔal Café featuring artwork by Paige Pettibon!
Paige Pettibon is a Tacoma-based artist who incorporates her Indigenous and Black culture in her work. She has identified as a painter from an early age, but has added sewing, creative writing, digital art, and jewelry making into her repertoire. Pettibon’s studio practice centers around building community within culture and identity in various art forms. She believes we can create social change through creative expression by sharing our narratives. Inspired by the summer season, the artworks in her show at ʔálʔal celebrate Indigenous joy.
See her work in our gallery June 13-September 8 during the café’s regular hours, Tuesday-Friday from 7am-3pm. Original artworks and prints are available for purchase, with proceeds benefiting the artist and Chief Seattle Club programs that support our unhoused Native relatives.