Upcoming Art Exhibit Events

Monday, February 12

A Conversation with Bill Jennings

Day: February 12 Time: 4 p.m.–6 p.m.

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Black Panther Party Archivist and Historian Bill X Jennings is the curator of Louder than Words: A Portrait of the Black Panther Movement, focused on the Party’s social justice and community programs. The Collins Memorial Library exhibit features a broad range of artifacts, including original pamphlets, newspapers, memorabilia and copies of the books on the Panther reading list.

The Black Panther Party was founded in Oakland, California, by Bobby Seale and Huey…

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November 21 - December 31 Ongoing Events
Ongoing

Mare Made: An exhibit of the work of local artist Mare Blocker

Days: November 21-30   December 1-31   January 1-19 Time: 9 a.m.–9 p.m. Location: Collins Memorial Library, LINK

Seattle native Mare Blocker has been making limited edition and unique books since 1979 and established the M Kimberly Press in 1984 when she bought her first Vandercook 219. Her work can be found in over 85 public collections and museums including the Museum of Women in the Arts.

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Ongoing

Art Exhibits: "Latent Home" and "Guardians, Warriors, and Allies"

Days: November 21-30   December 1-9 Time: 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Location: Kittredge Hall, Kittredge Gallery

Latent Home and Guardians, Warriors, and Allies are two new art exhibits showing at Kittredge Gallery this semester.

In Latent Home, Christopher Paul Jordan's carved paintings and immersive virtual installations archive fragments of Tacoma's landscape. Reassembling neighborhood memories through rolls of unprocessed film from 2007, Jordan uses a series of collaborations with…

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Ongoing

Art Exhibit: "Louder Than Words: A Portrait of the Black Panther Movement"

Days: February 1-28   March 1-31   April 1-30   May 1-15 Time: 9 a.m.–9 p.m. Location: Collins Memorial Library

Curated by Black Panther Party Archivist and Historian Bill X Jennings, Louder than Words: A Portrait of the Black Panther Movement focuses on the Party’s social justice and community programs. The Collins Memorial Library exhibit features a broad range of artifacts, including original pamphlets, newspapers, memorabilia and copies of the books on the Panther reading list.

The Black Panther Party was founded in Oakland, California, by Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton while they attended college. Motivated…

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