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Indigenous Latinx Exhibit at Vermillion Gallery


  • Vermillion Gallery 1508 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 (map)

Free and open to the public.

This exhibition and event series will feature three months of Indigenous identified Latinx creatives showcasing arts, culture, identity, and community at Vermillion Gallery.

EXHIBITS:

  • 3/14 through 4/6 - Regeneración | Rebirth

    • Opening Night, March 14th 6-9pm

  • 4/11 through 5/4 - Femme/Female Artist Exhibit

    • Opening Night, April 11th, 6-9pm

  • 5/5 through 6/8 - Unidos Levantamos el Cielo

    • Opening Night, May 9th, 6-9pm

COMMUNITY EVENTS:

March 14th, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.: Capitol Hill Art Walk @ Vermillion; All Ages; No Cost

Meet the artists featured in Regeneración | Rebirth. This showcase is an ode to spring and the opportunity  for regeneration, rebirth, and renewal.

March 15th, 10 p.m.: Bloom - Indigenous People's Dance Party @ Vermillion; 21+ up; Donation based

Celebration of Black, Indigenous, and people of color bodies with DJ J-Na$ty spinning cumbia, Latin pop, and reggaeton. Collaboration with La Roxay Productions. Tickets, sold at the door: sliding scale: $10 - $15 . No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Ticket sales from the Bloom will support the community's Bidi Bidi Bom Bash and benefit Colectiva Legal del Pueblo, Para los Ninos, Southwest Youth and Family Services

April 10th, 7 p.m.: Poetry in Translation @ Northwest Film Forum; All Ages; Cost TBD

An ongoing series of quarterly bilingual poetry readings co-curated with Washington State Poet Laureate Claudia Castro Luna, featuring writers sharing poetry in their native languages with English translations. The first episode will be an Indigenous Showcase featuring fabian romero, Tracy Rector, Duane Niatum, and Sasha LaPointe. Indigenous Latinx artists will be selling crafts.

April 11th, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m: Capitol Hill Art Walk @ Vermillion; All Ages; No Cost

Meet the artists featured in Soy Yo. Make political art with artist Priscilla Dobler at a tortilla press station. This group show features femme/female identified Indigenous Latinx artists.

April 25th, 7 p.m.: Indigenous Film Showcase @ Northwest FIlm Forum; All Ages; Free

Join us for a screening of Mosquita y Mari, set in a predominately Mexican, immigrant neighborhood in Los Angeles, Mosquita y Mari tells the story of two 15-year-old Chicanas growing up in H.P. — Huntington Park.

May 9th, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.: Capitol Hill Art Walk @ Vermillion; All Ages; No Cost

Meet the artists featured in Unidos Levantamos el Cielo. This group show features artists whose work closely resonates with the Coast Salish story of lifting the sky together.

May 17th, 10 p.m.: Bloom - Indigenous People's Dance Party @ Vermillion; 21+ up; Donation based

Celebration of Black, Indigenous, and people of color bodies with DJ J-Na$ty spinning cumbia, Latin pop, and reggaeton. Collaboration with La Roxay Productions. Tickets, sold at the door: sliding scale: $10 - $15 . No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Ticket sales from the Bloom will support the community's Bidi Bidi Bom Bash and benefit Colectiva Legal del Pueblo, Para los Ninos, Southwest Youth and Family Services.

May 30th, 7 p.m.: Indigenous Film Showcase @ Northwest FIlm Forum; All Ages; Free

Join us for a screening of Embrace of the Serpent, celebrating Indigenous Latinx people and ways of living.  Community discussion after screening.

Earlier Event: February 28
yəhaw̓ at SAM Community Gallery