Sierra Nelson

June 29, 2022

Sierra Nelson is a poet, lyric essayist, collaborative performance and installation artist, and teacher. Nelson’s books include The Lachrymose Report (PoetryNW Editions), collaborations with visual artist Loren Erdrich including I Take Back the Sponge Cake (Rose Metal Press), and Vis-à-Vis Society collaborations such as Who Are We? with 7-inch vinyl record. Winner of the Carolyn Kizer Prize, her poems have appeared in numerous […]

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Till the Teeth

June 9, 2022

Till the Teeth is Sandesh Nagaraj and Jonathan Rodriguez. Till the Teeth is a Seattle based duo. Till the Teeth is an amalgamation of musical and non-musical experiences. 2022-23 New Media Gallery (with Whitney Lynn and Barry Olusegun-Noble Despenza): Time Kills

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Hannah Simmons and Leah Crosby

March 17, 2022

Hannah Simmons and Leah Crosby are the team behind Field Guides, a series of place-based audio guides designed to help you reconsider the limitations of your own body. Their collaborative work has been supported by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, the Freeway Park Association, and the Corvallis Arts Center. Their shared practice is […]

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Berette S Macaulay

March 16, 2022

Berette S Macaulay is a photo-based interdisciplinary artist, curator, and writer born in Sierra Leone, and raised in Jamaica. Her work engages complex cultural negotiations of be/longing, coded identity-performance, memory, and mythmaking. Spaces of exhibition and sharing include, Melkweg Expo (Netherlands), Art Alive (India), SP-Arte (Brazil), Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Memorial ACTe Museum (Guadeloupe), and Annenberg […]

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Amelia Winger-Bearskin

March 15, 2022

Amelia Winger-Bearskin is an artist who innovates with artificial intelligence in ways that make a positive impact on our community and the environment. She is a Banks Family Preeminence Endowed Chair and Associate Professor of Artificial Intelligence and the Arts, at the Digital Worlds Institute at the University of Florida.  She is the inventor of Honor Native […]

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Sasha Petrenko

March 11, 2022

Sasha K Petrenko (she/her) is an earthling, artist and storyteller. Her interdisciplinary practice blends sculpture, theater, video and sound. Rooted in eco-feminism, rock n’ roll, and post-apocalypse studies, Sasha’s work functions as an invitation for audience members to collectively create sonic, somatic experiences. Recent performances include Northwest New Works Festival, On the Boards, Seattle, 2019; […]

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Jenny Lesser Holman

March 4, 2022

Jenny Lesser Holman is a multidisciplinary artist from Seattle, Washington. Her paintings use organic shapes and electric colors to represent multi-perspective narratives and dreamscapes. Jenny’s painted comics can be found in Narrative Magazine, Shenandoah, The Offing, The Daily Pennsylvanian, and other places. She makes functional art furniture in collaboration with interior designers, turning paintings into […]

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Barry Olusegun-Noble Despenza

March 2, 2022

Barry Olusegun-Noble Despenza is an interdisciplinary artist whose work builds with and combines archival footage, AI generated imagery, and electronic music composition. Using musical thinking, Despenza’s work illuminates the dynamic and unconscious rhythms of power structures that underlie the perception of time and space. Recent international exhibitions include the Audain Gallery in Vancouver, the CICA […]

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Whitney Lynn

March 2, 2022

​​Whitney Lynn is an artist who works with a wide array of forms, including sculpture, performance, video, photography, sound, and public projects. Mining history and visual culture, her work reframes familiar narratives, questioning issues of perception and the mutability of meaning. She has exhibited widely, including at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Yerba […]

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Wei Yang

March 2, 2022

Wei Yang is a composer/sound artist from China. He works with different mediums, through which he often contemplates the body’s role in sound production, sound in space, as well as the integration of various data from the performance environment (reverberation, light, etc.). Wei composes both instrumental and electronic music, and builds performative systems that allow […]

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