Gregg Deal: Existence As Protest
May 13–June 7, 2019
Exhibition Curated by Jed Murr; Residency Organized by Anida Yoeu Ali & Naomi Macalalad
Bragin as part of the 2019 Critical Acts Visiting Artist Residency.
Monday, May 13, 3:30–6pm
Gregg Deal (Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe) is a provocative contemporary artist who challenges Western perceptions of Indigenous
people, touching on issues of race, history and stereotypes. Through his work—paintings,
murals, performance art, filmmaking and spoken word—Deal critically examines issues
and tells stories of decolonization and appropriation that affect Indian country.
Artwork by traditional and contemporary Lakota artist.
January 7–March 13, 2019
For more information contact William Hartmann at email@example.com.
An educational art exhibit that divides the traditional Lakota emergence narrative
into sixteen passages and pairs each passage with a contemporary Lakota artist. Learn
about the narrative and see the amazing original artworks.
Native Spirit: Art from Indigenous Cultures
Artwork by coastal Salish and Yakama Nation artists.
October 9 - November 15, 2018
Exhibiting artists: Alfred Charles, Jr., Hollyanna Cougar Tracks, Mike Gobin, Tillie Jones, Ty Juvinel,
James Madison, Michelle Myles, Jon Shellenberger
Installation by Sarah Jane
April 9 - May 10, 2018
As a member of the Grünewald Guild, in Leavenworth, Sarah Jane creates site-specific
and participatory works as the backbone of her creative practice. She is interested
in creating meaningful, thought-provoking experiences that are accessible to viewers
from many different backgrounds. This installation has an element of sound.
Joan Stuart Ross & John Clark Gleason:
October 9 - November 17, 2017
Seattle artists show their recent works.
The newest paintings of Joan Stuart Ross are from the "Oyster" series, inspired by
the luminous oyster shells near her studio in Nahcotta, Washington. This work focuses
on spatial depth, multi-layered grids, and the combinations of like and unlike media.
John Clark Gleason's landscape paintings explore the emotive significance of color
and gesture. The pure exuberance of the surfaces take them beyond landscape into
Resist! Art and Poetry
April 17 - May 1, 2017
The Written Image: Blending Poetry with the Visual Arts with Shin Yu Pai
Poetics of Resistance with Stephen Collis, Sarah Downing and Paul Nelson
Resist! Art and Poetry exhibition offers a group show of paintings, drawings and sculpture and two poetry
events curated under theme of resistance and protest.
Particles on the Wall:
An Exhibition of Art and Literature
April 14 - May 5, 2016
Exploring elements of the nuclear age and in particular the world wide implications
of the Hanford Washington nuclear site.
Integrated Learning Project:
Poems and Prints
March 15 - April 1, 2016
Artistic results from an integrated learning project between the ENGL 274 Poetry Writing
and ART 240 Printmaking classes. Chris Gildow's printmaking students created colorful
monotype evocations of poems written by Jessica Ketcham’s students.
Hot Off the Press:
Contemporary Prints at Cascadia
January 28 - February 1, 2016
The exhibition showcases works by four regional printmakers:
Works featured in the campus arts magazines
May 27 - June 5, 2014
Works created by students and staff that are featured in the arts journals, Yours Truly, Cascadia College and Clamor, UW Bothell.
Keys to the Studio:
Works from Regional High School and College Art Faculty
April 7-17, 2014
Outstanding two and three-dimensional artworks by high school and college art faculty
members from Cascadia’s service area. The show is a great learning resource for students
and the entire Cascadia community.
Prints by Mercedes López
March 3-20, 2014
Ms. López's work explores details in nature and her intimate relationship with them.
As a visiting artist from Oaxaca, Mexico in 2012, she taught a printmaking workshop
at Cascadia. She has a Bachelor of Visual Arts from Benito Juarez Autonomous University
of Oaxaca and has exhibited throughout Mexico.
Paintings by Eric Montoya
January 13-31, 2014
Memoir America explores our individual historical narratives and our place within
a collective historical narrative. Our perception of the past is shaped by the language
of our time, the landscape, the rhetoric of messages and images which are distilled
into a personal history and an understanding of identity.
Bring to Light:
Photographs by Don Tremain and the Cascadia Community
October 2-17, 2013
The exhibit centered on the 2013-14 campus learning theme of ‘roots’. The show featured
the photography of Don Tremain, as well as photographs from the campus community that
symbolized a connection to their roots, either literally or metaphorically.