Inspiring and thought-provoking art experiences for the Evergreen community and the Puget Sound region.
Evergreen Gallery will be closed until August 26. Opening then:
Tears of Duk'Wibahl International Gathering of Indigenous Visual Artists of the Pacific Rim
An exhibition featuring the work of Indigenous artists from North America, Hawaii, New Zealand and Australia.
The artists featured in this exhibition are participating in this international gathering, or hui, as it is called in New Zealand and Hawaii. This hui is part of a long history of such gatherings organized and hosted by Indigenous organizations in New Zealand, Hawaii and here in Olympia, Washington since 1995.
During the week of August 24 to August 31, 2017, the artists are coming together to create art at The Evergreen State College Longhouse. They work in carving, fiber arts, clay, printmaking, painting, 3-D fine metals, photography and glass. The exhibition will continue through most of fall quarter.
Tears of Duk’Wibahl is the Longhouse’s 2nd international artists gathering, the first was called “Return to the Swing” and was held in June 2001.