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yəhaw̓ Exhibition at King Street Station

  • King Street Station 303 South Jackson Street, Top Floor Seattle, WA 98104 (map)

Free and open to the public.

Gallery Hours

Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm
First Thursdays, 10am - 8pm

Opening Reception, March 23

Please join us on March 23rd to celebrate all of the artists in the show and the culmination of our year-long project series!

10 a.m. Indigenous Community Breakfast - Artists in the exhibition along with their guests, and Indigenous community members, are invited to join us for a special welcoming breakfast and get a first look at the show.

12 p.m.-7 p.m. Public Opening

Welcome on the Plaza
12:00 p.m. Remarks with Randy Engstrom, Ken Workman, and Mayor Jenny A. Durkan
Performance by Lummi Black Hawk Singers & Dancers
Procession into ARTS at King Street Station

ARTS at King Street Station, top floor
1:30 p.m. Curator Remarks, and storytelling from Jill & Sasha LaPointe
4 p.m. Curator Remarks, and storytelling from Jill & Sasha LaPointe
4:30 p.m. Performance from artist Tsēmā Igharas
5:30 p.m. Performance from Christine Babic

Installations and art activities throughout the day from Raven Juarez and Priscilla Dobler.

yәhaw̓ is a year-long Indigenous community-based project culminating in the inaugural exhibition at Seattle Office Of Arts & Culture’s ARTS at King Street Station from March 23 - August 3, 2019. The exhibition is accompanied by a mentorship training cohort, satellite shows, residencies, vendor opportunities and partner programs. yәhaw̓ will feature the work of 200+ Indigenous creatives at over 20 sites across Seattle and beyond. Curated by Tracy Rector (Choctaw/Seminole), Asia Tail (Cherokee), and Satpreet Kahlon, yәhaw̓ celebrates the depth and diversity of Indigenous art made in the Pacific Northwest. Learn more at

ARTS at King Street Station, which incorporates a new 7,500-square-foot gallery, plus meeting and presentation areas available to the general public, a studio for an artists-in-residence and offices for staff of the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, was conceived to create opportunities for people of color and; to reflect and foster the creativity and talents of people that continue to create the fabric of Seattle.