Matriarch Photography Exhibiton

Matriarch: Portraits of Indigenous women in the Pacific Northwest fighting for our collective future February 24- May 20, 2024 Washington State History Museum The exhibition is located at the gallery adjacent to the museum store on the main floor Free and for all ages Join Tacoma-based photographer Roxann Murray in commemorating Women’s History Month with …

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Arts Walk: Daniel G. Bernstein

Arts Walk Pick 2018 by Alec Clayton for OLY ARTS Daniel G. Bernstein’s photography covers the land, animals, people, and important events in and around Olympia and the greater Pacific Northwest. He documented the multiple marriages that took place in the Capitol Rotunda in 2012 when marriage equality first became law. You name it, and …

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photo by Dan Barron

REVIEW: Dan Barron at Salon Refu

VISUAL ARTS REVIEW by Alec Clayton for OLY ARTS I was warned ahead of time by Salon Refu owner Susan Christian that Dan Barron’s pop-up exhibition of “extraordinary” photos was going to be “exceedingly unnerving” and “incomprehensible.” With words like that, how could I not be intrigued? So I took myself down to Salon Refu, …

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Robert and Fannie Mitchell. Tribal affiliation: Dine. Photo by Matika Wilbur

Project 562 at South Puget Sound Community College

by Alec Clayton for OLY ARTS Matika Wilbur’s Project 562 is a photographic document of every native tribe in the United States. She’s traveled more than 250,000 miles to photograph Native Americans from the 566 tribes in our country. A selection of her photographs will be displayed in the South Puget Sound Community College art …

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