Seattle-based writer, speaker and self-described “internet yeller” Ijeoma Oluo will read her work at the opening reception of AFTERMASH: Local Artists on African American Experience, on Thursday, February 9, 6:45pm -7:30pm. Oluo was named of the most influential people in Seattle, by Seattle Magazine and serves as the Editor-At-Large at The Establishment, a media platform run and funded by women.
As part of Black History Month, AFTERMASH explores a wide range of African American experience, from portraiture to conceptual installation art, from photography to painting to video and sculpture. The exhibition is on view until 8:30 pm on February 9th , with regular gallery hours Monday – Friday from 9:00am – 5:00 pm until April 21, 2017.
ARTISTS: Yadesa Bojia, Vincent Keele, Christen Mattix, Fiona McCargo, Kemba Opio, Brandon Roach, Woron Ta Tele. READING and ART VERNISSAGE Thursday, February 9, 6:30-8:30 pm, 3rd Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave. North, 98133. Refreshments, appetizers, and plenty of parking. Free.