Past, Present & Future

This show is dedicated to Veterans, past and present, and is curated by George Amiotte, Oglala Lakota and Veteran, U.S. Marine Corps -Vietnam. The Evergreen State College Gallery will be showcasing works by Indigenous artists sharing visual representation of their connections across space and time to their Indigenous roots.  The show will be open for …

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Peter Boome Art Gallery Closing Celebration

Throughout the summer, the Olympia library’s atrium has featured the work of Coast Salish artist Peter Boome.  Join us for a special gallery closing celebration with the artist.  Peter will speak about his life and work.  Snacks and refreshments will be provided.  Art prints will be available to purchase for those interested.

The Aunties – Women of the Salish Sea

The Aunties – Women of the Salish Sea features stories by Native American and First Nations Matriarchs, told live from stage to be immortalized in an online series of shorts. The term Aunties is an honorific that signifies a woman or non-binary person who holds a place of significance and respect in their communities. This …

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5th Annual Olympia Witches March

The 5th annual Olympia Witches March Social Justice Protestival has a day packed full of diverse presenters, ceremony, song, dance, workshops, and entertainment for you to enjoy including; Belladonna Laveau Archpriestess of the Aquarian Tabernacle Church, poetry from Robert Lashley, Tela Rose, The Never-ending Tea Bucket, Prism, South Sound Street Medics, and many more. Hosted …

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Kenneth Ruthardt

Celebrating Sovereignty at Harlequin Productions

This spring, Olympia’s Harlequin Productions is doing something that’s never been done in this area. It’s producing Sovereignty, a historical drama about Native Americans, written and directed by Native Americans, performed by an ensemble of Native and non-Native actors, with direction, set, costume and lighting design by Native artists brought to Olympia from all over the United States.