Out of Easy Reach: on view through 8/5

Countering conventional accounts of art history, which have often overlooked the artistic contributions of women of color, Out of Easy Reach presents 24 artists from the Black and Latina diasporas through artworks created from 1980 to 2018. The exhibition features myriad ways that three generations of artists use abstraction as a tool to explore both personal and universal histories, with an emphasis on mapping, migration, archives, landscape, vernacular culture, language, and the body.

Curated by Allison M. Glenn, the exhibition at Gallery 400 includes artworks concerned with spatial politics, mapping, and migration from Lisa Alvarado, Torkwase Dyson, Leslie Hewitt, Juliana Huxtable, Yvette Mayorga, Howardena Pindell, Martine Syms, and Zipporah Camille Thompson. More»

Garden for a Changing Climate Street Fair: 7/21 at 12pm

The Garden for a Changing Climate Street Fair celebrates the American Indian Center’s Northwest Walking Museum. The street fair includes walking tours, seed bomb making, a PROtest banner workshop, and an introduction to the contemporary mound installation by native artist Santiago X. More»

Undocumented Community Resource Fair: 7/28 at 12pm

Undocumented Community Resource Fair is a community celebration bringing together organizations who support undocumented workers, activists, and dreamers and their families for a day of information and community building. The Fair includes workshops by artist Yvette Mayorga, a presentation of work by Undocumented Projects, and tabling by a growing list of organizations and vendors. More»