Co-Working Sessions for Indigenous Artists
May 16, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
FREE & OPEN TO ALL INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY MEMBERS
yəhaw̓ (a regional celebration of Indigenous creatives) is hosting monthly co-working sessions in Tacoma on third Thursdays 6-10pm. All Indigenous people interested in being creative are welcome to come use the studio space for free for their own projects, and there will be new drop-in group activities led by guest artists each month. Art supplies will be provided.
Sessions are held in the 2nd floor studios at Alma Mater, 1322 Fawcett Ave, Tacoma, WA.
This opportunity is part of a series of events leading up to yəhaw̓, which is the inaugural exhibition at Seattle Office Of Arts & Culture’s ARTS at King Street Station. Learn more at yehawshow.com or follow us on facebook.
January 17, 6-10pm
Guest Artist: Kayla Goyette (Jicarilla Apache)
Activity: Coast Salish Cedar Bracelets
February 21, 6-10pm
Guest Artist: Ellyn Motas (Confederated Tribes of Colville)
Activity: Brick Stitch Beading
March – NO SESSION
We will be busy preparing for our big King Street Station opening on March 23!
April 18, 6-10pm
Guest Artist: Rebecca Cesspooch (Northern Ute, Assiniboine and Nakota)
Activity: collage and self love
May 16, 6-10pm
Guest Artist: Crystal Christopherson (Tlingit)
Activity: how to draw formline
June 20, 6-10pm
Guest Artist: Olivia Hart (Choctaw / Cheyenne)
Activity: ribbon skirts
July 18, 6-10pm
Guest Artist: Cecelia DeLeon (Indigenous Latinx)
Activity: collage and self portraits