Anida Yoeu Ali , "RedChador." Studio Revolt, Washington, D.C., Photograph. Photo courtesy of the artist
Anida Yoeu Ali , "RedChador." Studio Revolt, Washington, D.C., Photograph. Photo courtesy of the artist

BorderLands

King Street Station Gallery

BorderLands

August 3 - October 29, 2017

This summer the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture will activate the third floor of King Street Station with 2D- and 3D works from the City's collection and site-specific installations. The exhibition will explore belonging and resistance. Artist and educator Pedro Lasch will investigate ideas of nationalism and belonging, alongside regional artists Anida Youe Ali, Ryan Feddersen, Satpreet Kahlon, Henry Luke, Ries Neimi, Crystal Schenk, Carina del Rosario and Inye Wokoma. The exhibition will be accompanied by a range of related programming including lectures, performances and engagement activities on Saturdays through the run of the show. Admission is free. Programming will occur throughout the exhibition.

Location

King Street Station
303 S. Jackson St., Top Floor
Seattle, WA 98104
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Gallery Hours

Opening reception: Thursday, August 3, 6:30 - 10 pm
Friday, August 4; Saturday, Aug 5, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sunday, August 6, 12 - 6 p.m.

August 11- October 29
Fridays: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Saturdays: 12 - 6 p.m.
Sundays: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
1st Thursdays, Sept 7; Oct 5, 5 - 8 p.m. 
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Deborah Paine
Curator & Collections Manager
Deborah Paine

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Seattle is transforming King Street Station into a hub for arts and culture. In a unique collaboration between the Office of Arts & Culture, the Seattle Department of Transportation, and the Office of Economic Development, the City will create a dynamic space for arts and culture in the heart of the city.

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Permanently Sited
The collection includes more than 400 permanently sited and integrated works. Artworks are commissioned through a public process. Panels comprised of professional visual artists along with community and city representatives evaluate the artist applicants. The city stewards and maintains its artworks through an ongoing program of coordinated conservation activities, which include inspections, major restorative work and routine maintenance.
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The city's Portable Works Collection is a rotating collection of nearly 3,000 artworks in all media, representing hundreds of artists collected by the city since 1973. The collection includes sculpture, painting, mixed media, prints, photography and textiles.
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BorderLands
August 3 – October 29, 2017
This summer the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture will enliven the third floor of King Street Station with 2D- and 3D works from the City’s collection and site-specific installations.

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